Three neighbors who connected through “Commons Archive” reflect on the public art project and the neighborhood they call home.
“Of Here From There | De Aquí Desde Allá” engaged developmentally disabled artists to explore ideas of movement and migration.
We are exploring how to deepen our support of artists and our commitment to the field of temporary public art.
“Lakbai Diwa: Diasporic Spirit” centered indigeneity to bring visibility and collective healing to the Pilipinx community.
Open Spaces Program grants funded ten public art projects in either the early development or production phase.
“We So Bay” featured youth poets, dancers and musicians telling stories about their Bay Area neighborhoods and cities.
“TENDER (n) a person who takes charge” was a site-specific dance that elevated underrepresented histories.
The Power Of Heroes. “Heroes of Unity” empowered the public to co-create a portrait of the Bay Area immigrant community.