July 21, 2010
Wednesday July 21, 2010
25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 70
1. Consent Calendar
1. Motion to increase Magnolia Editions' Contract DPAR10000212, to design and prepare nineteen artist finalists' proposal boards for the Central Subway Public Art Program, by an amount not to exceed $5,000, for a total new contract amount not to exceed $15,000, for additional design work required by the artists to prepare their images and text for their proposal boards.
2. Motion to grant approval to the Port of San Francisco to modify the Art Ribbon where adjacent to Pier 30-32 on The Embarcadero Promenade, to allow raised sections to be reconstructed flush with the adjacent pavement. Reconstructed sections would continue the light concrete paving and glass block as per established Art Ribbon specifications.
3. Motion to allow the Port of San Francisco to make modifications to the Art Ribbon where previously authorized by the Arts Commission without including electrical lighting components.
2. Cayuga Playground
Presentation of final design by Eric Powell for artwork gates for Cayuga Playground.
Motion: Motion to approve the final design by Eric Powell for artwork gates for Cayuga Playground.
3. Community Arts and Education (“CAE”) Market Street Kiosk Poster Series
Presentation of the designs developed by designer Adrienne Aquino for the CAE Market Street Kiosk Poster Series.
Motion: Motion to approve designs developed by designer Adrienne Aquino for the CAE Market Street Kiosk Poster Series based on the youth mural artwork from the San Francisco Arts Commission's Where Art Lives program. Exhibition will be displayed in 24 kiosks on Market Street from Monday August 2 to Friday, October 29, 2010.
4. San Francisco International Airport (“SFO”) Boarding Area E Artist Selection
Presentation of selected artist Amy Ellingson and alternate Eric Hongisto for terrazzo floor design for SFO Boarding Area E.
Motion: Motion to approve the artist Amy Ellingson as recommended by the SFO Boarding Area E Selection Panel with Eric Hongisto as an alternate.
Motion: Motion to authorize the Director of Cultural Affairs to enter into a contract with Amy Ellingson as recommended by the SFO Boarding Are E Selection Panel, for design of artwork for the terrazzo floor in SFO Boarding Area E, in an amount not to exceed $50.000.
5. Recommendation for the De-Accessioning of Paul Selinger’s Untitled, 1971, located at Broderick and Bush Mini Park, 1971.44
Motion: Motion to recommend to the Full Commission the de-accession from the Civic Art Collection of Paul Selinger’s Untitled, 1971 located at Broderick and Bush Mini Park (Accession #1971.44).
Motion: Motion to approve the destruction of what remains of Paul Selinger’s sculpture, Untitled, 1971 (Accession #1971.44) due to the sculpture’s deterioration and resulting threat to public safety.
6. Recommendation for the De-Accessioning of Armand Trahan’s Worldscape III, 1968, previously located at City College of San Francisco, Ocean Campus, 1969.61
Motion: Motion to recommend to the Full Commission the de-accession from the Civic Art Collection of Armand Trahan’s Worldscape III, 1968 (Accession #1969.61).
Motion: Motion to approve the destruction of what remains of Armand Trahan’s sculpture, Worldscape III, 1968 (Accession #1969.61) due to the sculpture’s deteriorated state requiring restoration and that is unjustifiable.
7. San Francisco General Hospital
Presentation of Rupert Garcia’s modifications to his design proposal for the lobby of San Francisco General Hospital.
Motion: Motion to approve the modification of Rupert Garcia's design proposal for the lobby of San Francisco General Hospital, which consists of changing the field color of the terrazzo and eliminating the colored glass for the pedestrian bridge.
8. Public Utilities Commission Building, 525 Golden Gate Avenue
Presentation of the concept for a video wall and film project for the Public Utilities Commission Building, 525 Golden Gate Avenue.
Motion: Motion to approve the concept for video wall and film project for the Public Utilities Commission Building, 525 Golden Gate Avenue.
9. Randall Museum
Presentation of two mock-ups and design development materials by artist Charles Sowers for the Randall Museum for the Commissioners to choose between.
Motion: Motion to approve artist Charles Sowers’ mock-up and design development materials for the Randall Museum (with a preference for option one: panels extending beyond building to conceal duct work.)
Motion: Motion to approve Charles Sowers’ mock-up and design development materials for the Randall Museum (with a preference for option two: panels flush with building façade.)
10. SFO Terminal Two
Review of Janet Echelman’s mock-up and color palette for nets and armature rings for her project at SFO Terminal Two.
11. New Business
12. Old Business
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