February 16, 2011
Wednesday February 16, 2011
25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 70
1. Chinese Recreation Center
Presentation of final design for Shan Shan Sheng's artwork at the Chinese Recreation Center.
Motion: Motion to approve Design Development Phase deliverables for the artwork by Shan Shan Sheng for the interior of the Chinese Recreation Center and authorization to proceed with fabrication of the artwork.
2. San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery
Gallery Director, Meg Shiffler, will present a short PowerPoint presentation on the 2011 Sister City Biennial. Ms Shiffler will also present three artworks by artist Jasmin Lim to be purchased for the Civic Art Collection.
Motion: Motion for the Director of Cultural Affairs to enter in to contractual relationship with artists Amy Balkin, Sergio De La Torre and Rebar, who will each receive a $1,000 honorarium for their contributions to the 2011 Sister City Biennial exhibition at the SFAC Gallery.
Motion: Motion for the Director of Cultural Affairs to enter into a contractual relationship with artist Travis Somerville, who will receive an honorarium of $2,000, and with artist David Huffman, who will receive an honorarium of $5,000 for their contributions to an upcoming exhibition at the SFAC Gallery.
Motion: Motion to approve the purchase of Water and Plastic, 2010, digital c-print, $1,000; Water, Plastic and Sky, 2010, digital c-print, $1,000 and Water, Plastic and Vapor, 2010, digital c-print, $1,000 by artist Jasmin Lim for the Civic Art Collection.
3. Fulton Playground
Presentation of Design Development Phase deliverables by Moto Ohtake for artwork for Fulton Playground.
Motion: Motion to approve Design Development Phase deliverables (refined design of sculpture, project budget, surface treatment sample, mock up of kinetic component and structural engineering of pier and post connection) by Moto Ohtake for Fulton Playground.
4. San Francisco International Airport Terminal Two- Walter Kitundu
Presentation of final design for Walter Kitundu’s artwork for the Children’s Area at San Francisco International Airport Terminal Two.
Motion: Motion to approve final design for Walter Kitundu’s artwork for the Children’s Area at San Francisco International Airport Terminal Two.
5. Art on Market Street Program
Presentation of kiosk poster proposal by Ian Huebert.
Motion: Motion to approve the Art on Market Street kiosk poster proposal by artist Ian Huebert and to authorize the Director of Cultural Affairs to enter into contract with Ian Huebert to develop and complete six posters designs for an amount not to exceed $8,000.
6. Tutubi Plaza
Presentation of completed artwork by Jovi Schnell’s artwork for Tutubi Plaza.
7. SFO Boarding Area E
Project update and approval of revised color palette by Amy Ellingson for terrazzo floor.
Motion: Motion to approve revised color palette for Amy Ellingson’s design for the terrazzo floor at San Francisco Airport, Boarding Area E.
8. Visitacion Valley Branch Library
Presentation of completed sculpture at the Visitacion Valley Branch Library.
Motion: Motion to approve and accept the steel sculpture Full Circles, 2011 by Mark Grieve and Ilana Spector commissioned for the Visitacion Valley Branch Library into the Civic Art Collection.
9. New Business
10. Old Business
Proposed modification of Maya Lin’s sculpture interior.
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10. Old Business