[The artist's rep] notes that public response and interest from building owners has widened the scope of BiP’s “mega murals” project. Originally imagined as five pieces (of which this would be the fourth), they now hope to create as many as “10 or 15” on Bay Area building sides.
There is no lack of talent and potential, too often hidden, in the Tenderloin. On July 6th, the museum held the opening celebration for Peter Fortuna, a Tenderloin Story, which features photographs and ephemera of Mr. Fortuna, who came to the Tenderloin after a storied career in photography and fashion
Monsters, creatures, zentangles, or anything else. Pick the next knit phase of this public art project dotting the civic center public spaces. You have until June 30th to help them decide. Meet the artists any Tuesday in June.