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Clandestine Meeting Place from the Future Comes to the Civic Center

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Kate Patterson, Director of CommunicationsKate.Patterson@sfgov.org or 415-252-2229 Meg Shiffler, SFAC Galleries DirectorMeg.Shiffler@sfgov.org or 415-252-2234 CLANDESTINE MEETING PLACE FROM THE FUTURE COMES TO THE CIVIC CENTER Local artist Carrie Hott transforms the SFAC Galleries Window Installation Site at 155 Grove Street into a secret solar-powered meeting spot Sidewalk Artist Talk Friday, May 13, ... Read more

Call for Mosaic Artists: “Textiles and Tesserae” Group Show

The Institute of Mosaic Art in Berkeley is planning a juried group show this summer, combining works in both mosaic and textile that bear some resemblance with the other art. We welcome a diversity of wall-hung mosaics that may have some reference to quilts, kimonos, embroidery, molas, Ikat, paisley shawls, kimonos, ... Read more

2016 YBCA Artist Residency

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) and Art Practical request proposals for a three-month artist residency that will take place from April 1 to June 30, 2016. The YBCA Artist Residency will award an emerging/mid-career artist whose work foregrounds social and public practice a $10,000 monetary award and opportunities to ... Read more

FY2015-2016 Grants Cycle Panel Recommendations

Panel season is over and all panel recommendations will go before the Full Commission for approval in March. Click on the documents below to download the recommendation packets, which include applicant rankings, project summaries for the recommended applicants, panelist bios, and the guidelines/applications. Any questions about the categories may be ... Read more

Call for artists! Public Art Opportunity at 1028 Market St.

Tidewater and War Horse, the development team leading the project at 1028 Market Street, are excited to commission large-scale public art that will be part of the mixed-use development project. This art piece, part of the City's Fine Arts Requirement, will enhance both the building and the public realm by ... Read more

Chinese Culture Center RFP: St. Mary’s Square Public Art Project

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St. Mary's Square Public Art Project Request for Proposals www.c-c-c.org/stmary RFP Issue Date: January 29, 2016 Application Deadline: Monday, March 14, 2016 Project Summary: Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco (CCC) is requesting proposals for a permanent public art piece that will be installed on a rooftop park connected to the St. Mary's Square, ... Read more

Calling All Artists for Night Light: Multimedia Garden Party 2016

SomArts is calling all artists for night Light: multimedia garden Party 2016 WHAT: Calling artists for proposals that include self illuminated artworks, such a light or shadow-based installations, video or multimedia works, or artworks or performances that are otherwise appropriate for dimly lit spaces for the one-night-only exhibition Night Light: Multimedia ... Read more

A Remove, A Plan, A Plot by Carrie Hott

Exhibition Dates: February 26 - May 13, 2016 Location: SFAC Galleries Window Installation Site 155 Grove Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 Hours: Viewable from the sidewalk 24/7 The SFAC Galleries Window Installation Site at 155 Grove Street will be transformed into a vision of the future imagined by Oakland-based artist Carrie Hott. In ... Read more

San Francisco Arts Commission Announces Opening Date Of Its New Main Gallery Space in the War Memorial Veterans Building

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMedia Contacts:Kate Patterson Tel: 415-252-4638 Email: Kate.Patterson@sfgov.org Meg Shiffler, SFAC Galleries Director Tel: 415-252-2568 Email: Meg.Shiffler@sfgov.org SAN FRANCISCO ARTS COMMISSION ANNOUNCES OPENING DATE OF ITS NEW MAIN GALLERY SPACE IN THE WAR MEMORIAL VETERANS BUILDING Inaugural show: B R I N G I T H O M E (Re)Locating ... Read more

StreetSmARTS Application Workshop

The San Francisco Arts Commission is currently accepting applications for its StreetSmARTS program. StreetSmARTS is a joint program with San Francisco Public Works that connects artists with private property owners to create vibrant murals on their buildings, enhancing the character of their property and surrounding neighborhood, while deterring ongoing vandalism. ... Read more