May 18, 2011
Wednesday May 18, 2011
25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 70
1. Consent Calendar
1. Motion for the Director of Cultural Affairs to approve the mural design for FAMILIA, a 150' x 15' painted mural by artist Victor Reyes. The mural is to be placed on the wall of San Francisco General Hospital's Community Health Network Building located at 2789 - 25th Street which faces Potrero del Sol Skate Park. This project is a collaboration between San Francisco General Hospital, the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and Buena Vista Elementary School Parent-Teacher Association.
2. Motion to approve the Construction Documents Phase deliverables (finalized lighting plan, site plan and refined sculpture designs for integration into architectural construction documents) by Cliff Garten for artwork for the General Hospital Acute Care Unit: Entry Drive Median.
2. Redesign of San Francisco Arts Commission Logo
Luis R. Cancel
Discussion and possible motion to redesign the San Francisco Arts Commission Logo.
Motion: Motion to authorize the Director of Cultural Affairs, Luis R. Cancel and Commissioner Gregory Chew to work with Studio 1500 to redesign the San Francisco Arts Commission logo for the 80th anniversary. The Full Arts Commission will devolve to the Visual Arts Committee the final decision on the logo design.
3. Public Safety Building
Presentation of selected artists for three project sites as recommended by the Public Safety Building Artist Selection Panel and request for design contract authorization.
Motion: Motion to approve the selection of the following artists as recommended by the Public Safety Building Artist Selection Panel for the public art projects associated with the Public Safety: Police Memorial – Shimon Attie, Larry Kirkland, Paul Kos, Catherine Wagner (one artist chosen to be announced at meeting); Fire Station – Donald Lipski, Merge, Rebar Group (one artist chosen to be announced at meeting); and South Plaza –Lawrence Argent, Douglas Hollis, Paul Kos, Rebar Group (one artist chosen to be announced at meeting).
Motion: Motion to authorize the Director of Cultural Affairs to enter into a contract with one of the following artists (to be announced at meeting): Shimon Attie, Larry Kirkland, Paul Kos, Catherine Wagner, selected by the Public Safety Building Artist Selection Panel for design and engineering of an artwork for the Public Safety Building: Police Memorial in an amount not to exceed $74,000.
Motion: Motion to authorize the Director of Cultural Affairs to enter into a contract with one of the following artists (to be announced at meeting): Donald Lipski, Merge, Rebar Group, selected by the Public Safety Building Artist Selection Panel for design and engineering of an artwork for the Public Safety Building: Fire Station in an amount not to exceed $50,000.
Motion: Motion to authorize the Director of Cultural Affairs to enter into a contract with one of the following artists (to be announced at meeting): Lawrence Argent, Douglas Hollis, Paul Kos, Rebar, selected by the Public Safety Building Artist Selection Panel for design and engineering of an artwork for the Public Safety Building: South Plaza in an amount not to exceed $95,000.
4. Hayes Valley Playground
Presentation of documentation of installed artwork by Laurel True at Hayes Valley Playground.
Motion: Motion to approve the installation of an artwork, titled Lily Pod, by Laurel True, at Hayes Valley Playground.
Motion: Motion to accept into the Civic Art Collection an artwork, titled Lily Pod, 2011 by Laurel True, commissioned for Hayes Valley Playground. Sphere shaped sculpture is approximately 36” high x 44” diameter and is covered with glass, tile and mixed media mosaic.
5. 2011-2012 Prequalified Artist Pool
Report on Artist Selection Panel’s recommendations for the 2011-2012 Prequalified Artist Pool.
Motion: Motion to approve the following artists for the 2011-2012 Prequalified Artist Pool: Jose Antonio Aguirre, Ryan Alexiev, Kathy Aoki, Michael Arcega, John Bankston, Suzy Barnard, Brian Barneclo, Eliza Barrios, Jerry Barrish, Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Linda Beaumont, Chris Bell, Laura Boles Faw, Val Britton, Elaine Buckholtz, Mona Caron, Susan Cervantes, Freddy Chandra, Colab Studio, Adriane Colburn, Randy Colosky, Ilana Crispi, Maria Cristalli, Colette Crutcher, Paz de la Cazalda, Roberto Delgado, Alicia Escott, Flaming Lotus Girls, Bill Fontana, Chris Fraser, Stephen Galloway, Bencia Gantner, Karen Ganz, Ann Gardner, Mariana Garibay, Cliff Garten, Carmen Lomas Garza, Nataly Gattegno, Tracy Ginsberg, Stephen Glassman, Brian Goggin, Doug Hall, Michael Hayden, Gerald Heffernon, Jenny Heishman, Oliver Hess, Cameron Hockenson, Robert Horner, Yumei Hou, Joyce Hsu, Suzanne Husky, Ed Inks, Cynthia Innis, Packard Jennings, Henrik Kam, Sheila Klein, Ching Ko, Paul Kos, Philip Krohn, Adam Kuby, Yoon Lee, Carrie Leeb, Hugh Leeman, Mary Lucking, Whitney Lynn, David Maisel, Sue Mark, Jet Martinez, John Melvin, Merge, Julio Cesar Morales, Anna Murch, Masayuki Nagase, Susan Narduli, Ali Naschke-Messing, Tony Natsoulas, Kelly Ording, Erik Otto, Erin Palmer, Jackson Patterson, Lisa Levine and Peter Tonningsen, Eric Powell, Ann Preston, Konstantin Prishep, Christopher Puzio, Rebar Group, Peter Richards, Ricardo Richey, Riza A+D, Lordy Rodriguez, Leah Rosenberg, Sterling Ruby, Ruben Rude, Norie Sato, Ron Moultrie Saunders, Donna Schumacher, Shan Shan Sheng, Bonnie Ora Sherk, Leslie Shows, Buster Simpson, Emanuela Sintamarian, Savanna Snow, Chris Sollars, Charles Sowers, Miriam Stahl, Eric Staller, Jennifer Starkweather, Roger Stoller, Stephanie Syjuco, Kana Tanaka, Joe Thurston, Cynthia Tom, T.W Five, Paul Tzanetopoulos, Camille Utterback, Kerry Vander Meer, Catherine Wagner, Megan Wilson and Jody Zellen.
6. Palega Recreation Center
Presentation of refined mosaic mural design and budget by Kelly Ording for Palega Recreation Center.
Motion: Motion to approve the Design Development Phase deliverables (mosaic mural design modified to fit within the building design and revised budget) by Kelly Ording for an interior artwork for the Palega Recreation Center.
7. SOMA West Skateboard Park
Presentation of three artist finalists and one alternate recommended by the Artist Selection Panel for the art opportunity at SOMA West Skateboard Park.
Motion: Motion to approve the artist selection panel’s recommendation of the following artists as finalists for the SOMA West Skateboard Park art opportunity: Michael Arcega, Yoon Lee and Jovi Schnell with Ricardo Richey as an alternate and to authorize the payment of an honorarium not to exceed $500 to each finalist to develop preliminary artwork proposals.
8. Chinese Recreation Center
Presentation of final text and English translation for Shan Shan Sheng’s artwork for the Chinese Recreation Center.
Motion: Motion to approve final text for Shan Shan Sheng’s artwork for the interior of the Chinese Recreation Center.
9. Bayview Branch Library History Panels
The San Francisco Public Library Branch Library Improvement Program seeks design proposal approval for large-scale glass History Panels to be installed on the exterior façade of the Bayview Branch Library. Kacey Jurgens, Principal of THA Architecture Inc. will make a presentation to the Visual Arts Committee detailing the proposal.
Motion: Motion to approve the design proposal for the glass History Panels to be installed on the exterior façade of the Bayview Branch Library.
10. Cabrillo Clubhouse
Appointment of Commissioner for the Artist Selection Panel for Cabrillo Clubhouse.
11. Public Utilities Commission
Update on new Memorandum of Understanding with the Public Utilities Commission.
A. Report on the dispensation of artwork, Flying Dragon-Snake-Monkey-Bird, by Johanna Poethig at Boeddekker Park.
B. Report on conservation of Peter Voulkos sculpture, Untitled.
C. Discussion of next steps with de-accessioning of Masquerade in Black by Jay De Feo.
D. Return of stolen Mark Adams tapestry, Pond in Golden Gate Park, by the San Francisco Police Department.
13. New Business
14. Old Business
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