Take a look at how creative expression has been an integral part of the Golden Gate National Parks since 2006.
Dee Hibbert Jones, Brush Pile Sculpture >>
Artist Dee Hibbert-Jobes, with the help of UCSC students, created a 172 ft. sculpture made of brush. The pile curves through the landscape, providing habitat for native birds, preventing trailblazing and enhancing the coastal trail.
Jeannene Przyblyski, A Lover’s Line >>
Artist and art historian Jeannene Przyblyski self-guided audio tour A Lover’s Line takes its listeners into a journey down Lover’s Lane. Przblyski responds by asking the visitors to consider their own stories in the romantic and historic site.
Jeannene Przyblyski, Comings & Goings >>
Przyblyski interactive piece takes its visitors on a journey through time and space. Through sixteen podcasts listeners explore Lands End, a site at the most western edge of San Francisco where the foggy waves meet the coast.
Mark di Suvero at Crissy Field >>
Dancing across Crissy Field are eight massive steel sculptures by Mark di Suvero, shown together for the first time in the Bay Area. These sculptures are presented near the historical inspiration, the Golden Gate Bridge.
Various Artists, Presidio Habitats >>
Presidio Habitats brought together a group of eleven international artists, designers, and architects to create the first exhibit within a national park. The works reimagined the natural habitats for the wildlife of the Presidio.
Various Artists, International Orange >>
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge in 2012, International Orange brought together 15 contemporary artists. Each artist provided an insight to the landmark’s history in a dynamic show at Fort Point.
We Players >>
We Players is a Bay Area group of actors, musicians, and artists devoted to transforming public spaces into stages fit for kings, sonnets, comedies, and tragedies.
Art in the Parks is a cooperative effort of the National Park Service, the Presidio Trust, the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, and the Headlands Center for the Arts to work with a variety of community partners to bring the arts to park settings to provide new ways of experiencing and learning about place. Some of our current and past partners include the FOR-SITE Foundation, We Players, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.