Stop by the corner of Fulton and Larkin streets on the first Sunday of each month to join our Village Artist in a free, collaborative, hands-on activity. Every three months, a different artist or group takes over the LIZ to engage the community with interactive creative projects. This season, students from the Academy of Art College and #StickyQuestions artists Jason Wyman, Celi Tamayo-Lee and Claire Amable, together with the museum’s Art Speak interns, are in charge: Expect to be surprised!
#StickyQuestions at the LIZ is a project of 14 Black Poppies, which is fiscally sponsored by Independent Arts & Media.
As part of a city initiative to revive underutilized public spaces with art, performance and community activities, San Francisco has created several Living Innovation Zones (LIZ). We are honored to share a LIZ with the San Francisco Public Library: the Art/Lit LIZ, on the corner of Fulton and Larkin streets. The Art/Lit LIZ is a platform for installations, performances, art-making and other events and includes a 30-foot-long mural wall that presents a rotating display of site-specific artworks.