BART Open House Events at Civic Center & Powell Stations – April 21 & April 23

Elected officials, local leaders and community partners: BART invites you to attend in-station open house events on April 21 and 23 at the Civic Center and Powell Street BART stations.  See the attached invitation below for event hours. They would be interested in your input about entrance canopy concepts being considered, and station modernization features being proposed at both Civic Center and Powell stations. Stop by and take our survey, or see the online link below!  Please share this invitation with your constituents, members, and friends. [su_button url="http://www.surveymonke...
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Acclaimed Taiwanese Artist Hung Yi Presents Free Public Art “Fancy Animal Carnival"

19 Large Scale Whimsical Sculptures at San Francisco Civic Center for Three Weeks - April 19 – May 7 Reprinted from SF Arts Commission website One of Taiwan’s most acclaimed contemporary artists, Hung Yi (洪易), brings his large scale whimsical sculptures to San Francisco in a temporary art installation entitled “Fancy Animal Carnival” at San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza from April 19 to May 7, 2015. Curator and project manager for the San Francisco installation is Cathy Hsu (許芳瑜). The exhibit of 19 large-scale, vividly colored animals, is free and open to the public, spread across the Jos...
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Market Street Prototyping Festival. Shaping the future of Market Street

Market Street runs through the heart of our beautiful city, yet it can feel uninviting and disconnected. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the San Francisco Planning Department, and the James L. Knight Foundation believe that Market Street should bring together people from different neighborhoods and backgrounds. That’s why they’ve joined forces to help us make it a more engaging and vibrant destination. An open call for creative ways to improve Market Street yielded hundreds of submissions from citizens and organizations. Fifty of these submissions were chosen to create rough models, or “prot...
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