Treasure Island Arts Master Plan

Learn about the island's public art program and how to get involved as an artist.

Overview

The Treasure Island Arts Master Plan is a long-term project focused on increasing the island’s public art program and collection. The Arts Master Plan will be funded by 1% of the island’s redevelopment costs. These funds will be used exclusively for the enhancement and activation of the public realm with art programming on both Treasure and Yerba Buena Island.

This public art program will provide various opportunities for artists, such as an Artist-in-Residency program and both permanent and temporary artwork installations.

All inquiries and proposals are handled by the San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC), the lead agency in charge of developing the Public Art Program and the Arts Master Plan.

Learn more in the Treasure Island Arts Master Plan document.
 

Get involved as an artist

There are four methods the San Francisco Arts Commission uses to select artists:

  1. Open Call
  2. Invitational
  3. Unsolicited Proposals 
  4. Direct Selection 

Find out about the selection processes, the island's public art programming, and the Artist-In-Residence program in the Arts Master Plan.

Sign up for the newsletter

Stay up-to-date on the Arts Master Plan and artist opportunities.

Sign-up for the Arts Commission's newsletter for news, events, calls for artists and more, including all information about the Arts Master Plan.

Follow SFAC on social media

Instagram: sf_arts_commission

Twitter: SFAC

Youtube: ArtsCommission

Facebook: sfartscommission

 

Page content developed by Jules Clopton-Foster, 2021 TIDA intern, San Francisco Opportunities For All

Last updated May 19, 2022