Meet the Artists: New Public Art for N-Judah Line | Duboce Triangle
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Submitted by the Event Organizer
Join the San Francisco Arts Commission and artist Primitivo Suarez-Wolfe to learn more about the new public artwork that will be installed at the intersection of Church and Duboce and plans for a new sculpture at the corner of Church and Market.
WHEN: Thursday, April 15, 2010, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. WHERE: Harvey Milk Recreation Center, 50 Scott Street (at Duboce Avenue),
Downstairs Exhibit Room
The Arts Commission recently approved artist Primitivo Suarez-Wolfe’s conceptual proposal for a series of new public artworks that will be implemented in conjunction with the Church and Duboce Streetscape Improvement Project. Inspired by the surrounding architecture and the history of the neighborhood, Primitivo proposed to create a series of steel chairs that, in addition to creating a distinct identity for the intersection, will provide much needed seating for the area. The artist will also design a vertical sculpture for the corner of Church and Market that will serve as a gateway feature for the neighborhood.
This is your chance to meet with the artist and engage in a dialogue about his artwork concepts before he develops the designs for presentation to the Arts Commission.
Tags: duboce triangle, Free, Local Artists
Categories: Art & Museums, San Francisco