Dr. Maya Angelou Statue Coming to San Francisco Main Library
In 2018 the San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved the Women’s Recognition Public Art Fund - an ordinance requiring 30% of all public art in the City to represent women - with the goal of 50%. At the time of passing the ordinance, of the 87 statues in San Francisco…
The Exploratorium’s new outdoor installation on the western steps of the San Francisco Main Library – Middle Ground: Reconsidering Ourselves and Others features 14 interactive, multimedia exhibits. Middle Ground hopes to inspire bystanders to examine our biases and stereotypes, how we work as a team, the stories we tell ourselves about other people and how we all interact with each…
The Civic Center Initiative is a collaborative effort to breathe new life into Civic Center Plaza, UN Plaza, and Fulton Street between the Asian Art Museum and the San Francisco Main Public Library, changing how people engage with the place and with each other.
Led by the City of San Francisco in partnership with neighbors, community organizations, and cultural institutions, the initiative is transforming the Commons so that everyone can feel welcome and experience the best of San Francisco every day. Read More