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2017 Architecture and the City Festival | SF

The 14th annual month-long celebration features behind the scenes and walking tours, films, exhibitions, lectures and more that address varying aspects of the design and planning process.

Over 40 programs throughout the month provide an excellent opportunity for participants to engage with the local architecture community and experience design in a myriad of ways throughout the city.

Celebrating San Francisco’s unique built environment and design community, Architecture and the City is the first festival of its kind in the Bay Area.

2017 Architecture and the City Festival
September 1-30, 2017
– Venues all over San Francisco
– Some events are free

This year, the Architecture and the City festival theme, “Secret City” explores and reveals the many layers of historic San Francisco and how architecture and design play a key role in the ever-changing urban landscape.

San Francisco is filled with many people on a daily basis—locals, residents, tourists, commuters, and homeless—each having their own perspective on San Francisco’s current state. Each group of people intimately understand certain parts of the city, while other parts of the city remain hidden or tucked away from the casual observer—the Secret City.

Programs will create opportunities to help impart and understand the city’s past and how we can seamlessly connect the present urban community to empower a more deliberate, livable future.

Tuesday, September 26

Sketchy Tuesday: 2017 Architecture & the City Festival | SF
Tuesday, September 26 – 12:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Free but an RSVP is encouraged.
| 150 California Roof Terrace
Sketchy Tuesday: 2017 Architecture & the City Festival | SF

Sketchy Tuesday is an urban sketching adventure. Gather with a group of architects, sketchers, designers and enthusiasts one Tuesday each month at noon to sketch the city and chat with a great community.
Grab your own lunch, sketchbook and drawing utensil of choice and meet them at …


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