May 10, 2013
We are seeking artists, arts organizations, and nonprofit social service agencies with existing arts programs in the Bayview Hunters Point community. Grants may be requested for up to $10,000 to grow an existing arts program, help build the organization’s capacity with skill-building workshops throughout the year, and create a network of peers amongst the awardees. Applications are due June 17.
The San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) and San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) announce a partnership to bring a robust suite of art enrichment activities to the Bayview. With a two-year funding commitment from the SFPUC, the SFAC will provide expanded access for Bayview residents to create and participate in vibrant cultural activities throughout the community.
In partnership with KALW 91.7 FM, the San Francisco Arts Commission seeks proposals for creative audio portraits of people from Bayview. The deadline for proposals is Friday, April 5, 2013.
Have you ever thought about a career in the arts? Or maybe you’re just looking for a fun way to earn some money over the summer while doing something that matters. Through these internships at Out of Site, you’ll develop real art skills, learn how you can use the arts to have a positive impact in the community, gain job experience and walk away with some cash in your pocket.
A great paid opportunity for teenagers to have a voice in the services and programs provided by the San Francisco Public Library
Artist Kenji Liu created a Decolonized Area Rapid Transit (DART) map that renames BART stops after local activists, revolutionary heroes, and Ohlone villages. Find out how you can get your hands on this silkscreen t-shirt to support and show solidarity.
UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay invites qualified artists, organizations, and institutions located in the Bay Area, preference given to San Francisco residents, to submit their qualifications for the commissioning of temporary community art projects for the construction fences along 16th Street, 3rd Street, and Mariposa. Art Program at UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay
Last Thursday, Independent Arts & Media launched the San Francisco Arts Market in UN Plaza.
Just past the white tents of the Civic Center Gift Market, the Arts Market’s open-air marketplace for local arts attracted a wide array of visitors exploring the culture of downtown San Francisco. Small publishing and news groups handed out free press and independent newspapers, while ceramic and visual artists displayed their vibrant hand-crafted pieces.
On Saturday, September 25, hundreds of people will gather at SOMArts Cultural Center to support Precita Eyes Muralists at ¡VIVA Muralismo!, their gala benefit and art auction. For over 30 years, Precita Eyes has brought art into the daily lives with their mural painting and tours.
The San Francisco Arts Commission is happy to participate in the 11th Annual Expo for Independent Artists organized by Independent Arts and Media. On Saturday, September 25, SFAC staff will be available to meet one-on-one with individuals to talk about a range of opportunities like our StreetSmARTS mural art program, Art in Storefronts, and gallery and public art opportunities.