*SF Beautiful Presents: Critical Condition

Protecting San Francisco's Creative Culture
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Please join us for a lively discussion of what challenges the San Francisco arts community is facing. We will talk about what is being done to protect the artistic soul of the city and what needs to be done by both the arts community and our political and organizational leaders. This will be an interactive discussion with the audience so please bring your questions and ideas!


Moderated by:

Darcy Brown - Executive Director, San Francisco Beautiful

Rebeka Rodriguez - Civic Engagement Manager, YBCA


Panelists:

Sunny Angulo - Legislative Aide to Supervisor Aaron Peskin

JD Beltran - President, San Francisco Arts Commission

Katherin Canton - Executive Director, Arts for a Better Bay Area

Richard Collins - School & Community Outreach Coordinator, Museum of the African Diaspora

Christian Frock - Scholar in Residence, California College of the Arts

Phillip Hua - Artist, Muni Art 2016

Suneetha Venigalla - Director of Real Estate Development & Partnerships, Community Arts Stabilization Trust

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*Funded by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

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