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Civic Art and Urban Change in San Francisco

Image courtesy Flickr user Paul Robert Lloyd

Established in 1932, the San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) has been a groundbreaking champion of the arts since its inception and is responsible for such iconic works as the Coit Tower murals and North Beach’s site-specific installation Language of the Birds. Join the author of San Francisco: Arts for the City as she conveys the impact the SFAC has had on the city’s cultural environment over the past 80 years.

+ Susan Wels, author
+ John King, San Francisco Chronicle
+ Tom DeCaigny, San Francisco Arts Commission

Admission

Free to members
$10 for non-members
Okay to bring lunch

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