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SF’s “Pink Triangle” Says Goodbye After Tonight

June 10th is your last chance to see the 2,700 LED nodes of pink light atop Twin Peaks.
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San Francisco’s ”Pink Triangle” has only one night left to be illumnated – Your final chance to see it is tonight, July 10, 2020. After tonight, Illuminate turn off the lights.

The beloved beacon of hope and inclusion has long been at the center of the city’s annual SF Pride celebration. Patrick Carney’s iconic public art installation celebrated its 25th anniversary atop Twin Peaks, with 2,700 LED nodes of pink light instead of the usual 175 canvases.

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The project received so much love with 500+ donors, 150+ volunteers who found a way to brighten our lives during a pandemic. A pandemic may have canceled the parade, but no one can cancel PRIDE!

 

 

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