05 August 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Public Art Program Announces Winners

Congratulations to the six artists! The San Francisco full Arts Commission  approved the six selected artists for the Central Subway Public Art Program. Two of the winning artists/artist teams will be commissioned to create two original works at each of the stations: a landmark and a wayfinding artwork. The landmark project will serve as the […]

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14 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Public Art Proposals: CTS

Which are your favorite proposals? We want to hear from you! This is the last preview of the San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) artist proposals for the “landmark” and “wayfinding” designs for Chinatown (CTS) Station. The public comment period will end on Friday, July 16, 2010, so we hope you will take the time to […]

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13 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Public Art Proposals: MOS

Here are perfect bite size samples from the San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) of the “landmark” and “wayfinding” artist proposals for Moscone (MOS) Station. The public comment period will end on Friday, July 16, 2010, so we hope you will take the time to pay a visit and give the SFAC’s Public Art Program your […]

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12 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Public Art Proposals: UMS

The San Francisco Arts Commission(SFAC) in conjunction with the SFMTA’s Central Subway Project has opened the station artwork exhibits in the future station areas of Chinatown, Union Square/Market Street (UMS) and Moscone. These displays contain the conceptual drawings and ideas of the nineteen finalists for the “landmark” and “wayfinding” station art designs. We want you […]

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02 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Public Art Proposal Display from July 9-16

Congratulations to the 19 prominent national and local artists and artists teams competing for the Central Subway Public Art Program. Proposals for two permanent public artwork opportunities each at the Chinatown, Union Square/Market Street and Moscone Stations will be on view at the Chinese Culture Center, Contemporary Jewish Museum and Weinstein Gallery from July 9 […]

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