2019 Parks Cities and People’s Breakfast
Why Public Art Matters, or Does it?
“Public art should serve as a welcome sign to public space.” – Enrique Landa, Panelist
On Tuesday, April 9, 2019, SF Parks Alliance welcomed 120 guests to the City Club for breakfast and a panel discussion on the state of public art in San Francisco during our second annual Parks, Cities & People Breakfast: Why Public Art Matters – Or Does It? Our event panel featured Dorka Keehn (principal of Keehn on Art), Tyra Fennell (Founding Director of Imprint City), fnnch (San Francisco artist) and Enrique Landa (Partner at Associate Capital), and moderator Peter Hirshberg (founder of Maker City Project).
Thank you to this year’s event sponsors:
- Carla Crane
- MJM Management Group
- Hollins Consulting
- Brookfield Properties
- Meagan Levitan, Sotheby’s Real Estate
- Reuben, Junius and Rose LLP
- Turner Construction
Panel Discussion video recording will be uploaded on this page by April 22nd.