us for a behind-the-scenes exclusive tour of three major San Francisco
real estate developments with fascinating public art projects that help
accomplish leasing, branding, and way-finding
objectives while also contributing to the City’s arts scene.
Developer/owners, an art consultant, an architect, and a sculptor/artist will share
best practices of meeting percent-for-art obligations while also
achieving project goals.
We’ll end with a relaxed wine reception
to discuss what’s transpired, various art solutions from digital media
walls to sculpture and dichroic glass, and back stories from grand
successes to near failures.
Registration is limited so be sure to sign up soon!
, Principal, YA Studio Architects and Member, San Francisco Arts Commission
, Vice President - Development, Boston Properties
3:45-4:00 pm Registration
4:00-4:10 pm Welcome: Why Public Art?
4:10-4:30 pm Kilroy Realty's 350 Mission Office Building
4:30-5:00 pm Boston Properties and Salesforce's Joint Endeavored Art Program at Salesforce Tower and Transbay Center
5:00-5:25 pm Boston Properties' 535 Mission Office Building
5:25-6:00 pm Wine Reception at535 Mission Street's Outdoor Plaza
Thank you to Ron Heckmann for organizing this event!
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