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  • Art/Lit LIZ Activation

    Workshops & Activities, For Families, and part of Art/Lit Living Innovation Zone: Program Activations

    Jul 02

    Free

    12—4 PM

    Corner of Fulton and Larkin Streets

    Do Touch the HeART! A multi-sensory experience featuring interactive huggable pillows and companion art experiences led by Rebecca Saylor. Members of the Bay Area crafting community will be on-site each month to share their skills and help with the projects.  

    Weaving + Healing of the Heart
    July 2  
    Dumped by a crush, dropped an ice cream cone, lost a pet—we’ve all experienced heartbreak. Share your story of heartbreak and healing, then weave your tale into a community heart installation that grows over the course of the day.  

    Pom-poms + People I Love
    August 3  
    Learn how to make pom-poms in honor of the people you love. Add your pom-poms to the heart installation and watch it grow from all the affection.  

    Graffiti Wall + Fave SF Memories
    Sept 3  
    Wish you had better handwriting? Learn basic lettering techniques from local lettering artists and use your new skills to write messages about your favorite San Francisco moments on a large graffiti wall on the growing heart.

    The Living Innovation Zone Program  

    The LIZ program makes public spaces available to experiment with temporary, creative installations that encourage people to connect with each other and the city while testing out ideas for long-range urban design transformations. This program is a part of an interagency team called Groundplay that is managed by San Francisco Planning. The Art/Lit LIZ is a collaboration between the Asian Art Museum, Main Public Library, Civic Center Community Benefit District, San Francisco Planning and the Civic Center Commons Initiative, designed and constructed by Youth Art Exchange. 

Sponsors

The Art/Lit LIZ is generously supported by funding from Housing-Related Park Program from the State of California, facilitated by San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department; California Arts Council; The Hearst Foundations, Inc.; San Francisco Grants for the Arts; and The NFL Foundation and 50 Fund, the legacy fund of the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee.


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