Who is eligible
School of Art Seniors, 90 units and over
How to submit
Your PDF must include a clear image of the work, up to 2 works per student, and be titled with the artist’s first and last name. Include the title, medium, dimensions (height by width by depth), year of completion, and any special instructions for installation or presentation of the work. Include your email address and phone number for questions.
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Accepted works will be announced on
Friday, April 8th 2016
Work to be selected Rebeka Rodriguez from Yerba Buena Center for the Arts who is an artist, curator, and a cultural producer collaborating with San Francisco communities since 1998. As the Civic Engagement Manger at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, she designs and implements creative programming that is responsive to the social, historical and geographic contexts in which she works. For over ten years as the Education and Community Engagement Program Director of Intersection for the Arts, Rebeka developed hundreds of public forums to exchange ideas and inspire action; she also produced BYOQ, a daytime music, art & performance festival showcasing Bay Area music, art, fashion and performance. She is the founder and director for AIR-SF, a nonprofit project committed to producing relevant public art projects and expanding civic participation.