Designed as a collaboration between the community, innovators and the city to enhance the public good, foster learning and showcase innovation, the Living Innovation Zone (LIZ) program creates a flexible framework that harnesses creativity using city-owned assets. There is one LIZ already established on Market Street, and more on the way. Come learn about what lies ahead for these inventive installations.
+ Shannon Spanhake / Mayor's Office of Civic Innovation
+ Neil Hrushowy / City Design Group, Citywide Planning
+ Paul Chasan / City Design Group, Citywide Planning
+ Shawn Lani / Senior Artist, Exploratorium Outdoor Exhibits
+ Andrew Robinson / Yerba Buena Commmunity Benefit District
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