Arts Commission Meetings
Image of five Native Americans situated on top of the Early Days plinth
The $3 million Monuments Project grant will fund and support “Pulse Check: Accountability and Activation of Future SF Monuments” a San Francisco Arts Commission project that will evaluate the City’s Civic Art Collection over the next three years.
Drawing of a tiger and eagle
The San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) Art in City Hall program, in partnership with Art With Elders (AWE), are proud to present The Power of Creativity and Community, an exhibition that showcases over 90 original paintings and drawings made by seniors participating in the Art With Elders program from forty programming sites and community partners located throughout San Francisco and the Bay Area.
A woman, smiling, facing forward
Today the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) and San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) brought another piece of public art to the city’s Bayview neighborhood, unveiling a new mural along Evans Avenue at the Southeast Treatment Plant. Jamari’s Journey, by San Francisco artist Nancy Cato, serves as the third in a series of artworks that use temporary construction fencing around the wastewater treatment plant to exhibit new work by local artists.