Day of Public Programs, New Industries Building on Alcatraz Island, Feb 16 2019Matt Noreika / Parks Conservancy
Explore Art in the Parks today with any of these creative works now open for visitors. Come back soon to see more current exhibitions and programs—new opportunities and creative works are always making their way to to the national parks!
We're doing something that we've never done before: In partnership with our friends at PianFrancisco , Art in the Parks will be hosting a free piano concert in one of San Francisco's oldest and most iconic buildings, Fort Point!
Future IDs at Alcatraz is a yearlong exhibition on Alcatraz Island featuring ID-inspired artworks created by and with individuals with conviction histories as they conceive and develop a vision for a future self. Led by artist Gregory Sale, this project is presented by in partnership with the Golden Gate National...
British artist Andy Goldsworthy brings his ethereal interactions of human creation and nature to the San Francisco with Spire. The piece towers 90 feet high in the Presidio, both a part of its surrounding elements and an entity of its own.
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