Artist Opportunities

Opportunities from SFAC Galleries, CIP Announcements, CIP Opportunities and Public Art (Workshops & Events and Calls for Artists).

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and Arts Commission Award $100K in Grants to Bayview Hunters Point Arts and Neighborhood Organizations


SAN FRANCISCO, September 23, 2013 –The San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) and San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) announce their grantees for the Community Arts in the Bayview Grant Program, which prioritizes the expansion of existing arts programs in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood. The grant program is one component ... Read more

San Francisco Arts Commission Hosts a Discussion with Two Revolutionary Cultural Workers at Upcoming 3rd on Third Event


“Luis de Las Flores” by Juan Fuentes
3rd on Third Thursday, August 15 Program at Auntie April's at 4618 3rd St. at McKinnon 5:30-6:30 Food for purchase 6:30-8 Discussion with Juan Fuentes and Emory Douglas followed by audience Q& A As part of the monthly 3rd on Third neighborhood arts celebration, the San Francisco Arts Commission hosts a discussion with ... Read more

Submit Your Best Application! Attend the Artist Application Workshop


Submit Your Best Application! Attend the Artist Application Workshop Thursday, August 8, 2013, 6 p.m. at the Bayview Branch Library 5075 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94124 The Arts Commission recently issued two calls for artists, see below. Find out how to submit a competitive application at this workshop. We will provide ... Read more

Meet the Artists for the Arelious Walker Stairway Project


Meet the Artists for the Arelious Walker Stairway Project Wednesday, August 7, 6:00 – 7:30 PM at Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club at Hunters Point, 195 Kiska Road The venue is wheelchair accessible and accessible along the 19, 44 and 54 MUNI Lines. The Arelious Walker Artist Selection Panel has selected artists Colette ... Read more

New Artwork by Johanna Poethig


Join the San Francisco Arts Commission, Recreation & Park Department and artist Johanna Poethig to celebrate a new public art installation at Hamilton Recreation Center. Celebrate Ability is a series of mosaic medallions that play with words and images of California native species to highlight the shared activities that take place ... Read more