Visual Arts Committee - June 30, 2014 - Meeting Agenda
SAN FRANCISCO ARTS COMMISSION
VISUAL ARTS COMMITTEE
Monday, June 30, 2014
25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 70
San Francisco, CA 94102
1. Roll Call
2. Consent Calendar
Explanatory Documents: Biographies of Proposed Panelists
Presentation Time: Approximately 3 minutes
- Motion to approve the following arts professionals as panelists for public art selection panels for the 2014/15 Fiscal Year:
Regina Almaguer, arts administrator;
Michael Arcega, artist;
Jaime Austin, Curator and Director of Programs, ZERO1;
Lucinda Barnes, Chief Curator and Director of Programs and Collections, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive;
Joseph Becker, Assistant Curator of Architecture and Design, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art;
Dena Beard, Assistant Curator, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive;
Elisheva Biernoff, artist;
Janet C. Bishop, Curator of Painting and Sculpture, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art;
Cath Brunner, Public Art Program Director, 4Culture;
Timothy Burgard, Curator-in-Charge of American Art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco;
Abby Chen, Program Director, Chinese Culture Center;
Kevin Chen, artist;
René de Guzman, Chief Curator, Oakland Museum of California;
Joseph del Pesco, Director, Kadist Art Foundation, San Francisco;
Lewis deSoto, artist; Professor of Art, San Francisco State University;
Apsara DiQuinzio, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art and Phyllis C. Wattis MATRIX Curator, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive;
Jennifer Dunlop Fletcher, Acting Head of Architecture and Design, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art;
Jennifer Easton, Senior Project Manager, Public Art, City of San Jose;
Amy Ellingson, artist;
Jennie Emiré Rodríguez, Executive Director of Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts;
Maya Emsden, Deputy Executive Officer, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro);
Courtney Fink, Executive Director, Southern Exposure;
Rupert Garcia, artist;
Gary Garrels, Elise S. Haas Senior Curator of Painting and Sculpture, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art;
Jeanne Gerrity, independent curator;
Jenny Gheith, Assistant Curator of Painting and Sculpture, SFMOMA;
Barbara Goldstein, Principal at Barbara Goldstein & Associates, Creative Placemaking and Public Art Planning;
Donna Graves, Consultant, Arts & Cultural Planning;
Susan Gray, Creative Services Manager, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transport Authority;
Melorra Green, independent curator; Curator, African American Art and Culture Complex;
Maude Haak-Frendscho, Program Manager, Headlands Center for the Arts;
Stephanie Hanor, Director, Mills College Art Museum;
Glen Helfand, independent writer, critic, curator, and educator;
Dana Hemenway, artist;
Kendal Henry, artist; Public Art Consultant in Residence at Maribyrnong City Council;
Betti-Sue Hertz, Director of Visual Arts, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts;
Katie Hood Morgan, Interim Exhibitions Coordinator, Walter and McBean Galleries;
Justin Hoover, artist; Curator or Exhibitions at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History at the McPherson Center;
Anthony Huberman, Director, CCA Wattis institute for Contemporary Arts;
Steve Huss, Cultural Arts Manager, Public Art Program, City of Oakland;
Valerie Imus, Exhibitions and Programs Manager, Southern Exposure;
Chris Johnson, artist; Professor of Photography and Fine Art, California College of the Arts;
Mark Johnson, Director, San Francisco State University Fine Arts Gallery;
Stephanie Johnson, Instructor of Sculpture, Installation, Performance Art and Public Art
California State University, Monterey Bay - Visual and Public Arts Institute
Ned Kahn, artist;
Brooke Kellaway, independent curator;
Walter Kitundu, artist;
Carrie Lederer, artist; Curator of Exhibitions and Programs, Bedford Gallery;
Aimee Le Duc, Executive Director, Berkeley Art Center;
Lizzetta LeFalle-Collins, Manager, Visual Arts Program, Museum of African Diaspora;
Lex Leifheit, Executive Director, SOMArts Cultural Center;
Constance Lewallen, Adjunct Curator, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive;
Christina Linden, independent curator;
Hung Liu, artist;
Linda Lucero, Executive/Artistic Director, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival
Juan Luna-Avin, artist;
Sharon Maidenberg, Executive Director, Headlands Center for the Arts;
Patricia Maloney, Director, Art Practical;
Leigh Markopoulos, Chair, California College of the Arts Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice;
Marina McDougall, Director, Center for Art & Inquiry, Exploratorium;
Hesse McGraw, Vice President for Exhibitions and Public Programs, San Francisco Art Institute;
Katya Min, Curator of Public Programs, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts;
Judy Moran, art consultant;
Ceci Moss, Assistant Curator, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts;
Ellen Oh, Program Administrator, Institute for Diversity in the Arts at Stanford University;
Amy Owen, Curator, di Rosa;
Marc Pally, Public Art Curator and Artistic Director, Glow;
Matthew Passmore, artist;
Maurizzio Hector Pineda, independent curator;
Carolina Ponce de León, art critic;
Renny Pritikin, Chief Curator; Contemporary Jewish Museum
Diana Pumpelly Bates, artist;
Mónica Ramírez-Montagut, Associate Director and Senior Curator, MACLA;
Jerome Reyes, artist;
Lawrence Rinder, Director, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive;
Rebeka Rodriguez, Program Director: Education & Community Engagement, Intersection for the Arts;
Mary Rubin, Senior Project Manager, Public Art, City of San Jose;
Ron Moultrie Saunders, artist;
Norie Sato, artist;
Richard Shaw, artist;
Stephanie Syjuco, artist;
Karen Tsujimoto, Curator, Contemporary Jewish Museum;
Po Shu Wang, artist
Nate Watson, artist; Executive Director of Public Glass;
Maysoun Wazwaz, Program Manager, Mills College Art Museum;
Xiaoyu Weng, Curator of Asia Programs, Kadist Art Foundation, San Francisco;
Shelly Willis, Interim Executive Director/Art in Public Places Director, Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission;
Dominic Willsdon, Leanne and George Roberts Curator of Education and Public Programs, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art;
Jenifer Wofford, artist;
Anuradha Vikram, Director of Residency Programs, 18th Street Arts Center;
Tanya Zimbardo, Assistant Curator of Media Arts, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Motion: Motion to approve consent calendar item.
3. General Hospital Acute Care Building: Second Floor Mosaics
Explanatory Documents: Fabrication Sample; Approved Design Drawings for Reference
Presentation Time: Approximately 5 minutes
Presentation of fabrication sample for a mosaic artwork by Lena Wolff for the General Hospital Acute Care Building: Second Floor.
Motion: Motion to approve the fabrication sample for a mosaic artwork by Lena Wolff for the General Hospital Acute Care Building: Second Floor.
4. General Hospital Acute Care Building: Emergency Department
Explanatory Documents: Revised Artwork Design; Artwork Location
Presentation Time: Approximately 5 minutes
Presentation of Design Phase deliverables (material samples and revised design) for an artwork by Jetro Martinez for the General Hospital Acute Care Building: Emergency Department.
Motion: Motion to approve the Design Phase deliverables (material samples and revised design) for an artwork by Jetro Martinez for the General Hospital Acute Care Building: Emergency Department.
5.San Francisco International Airport: Terminal 3 - Ursula von Rydingsvard
Explanatory Documents: Rendering of Artwork in Situ
Presentation Time: Approximately 5 minutes
Presentation of Ursula von Rydingvard’s sculpture, Ocean Voices III for San Francisco International Airport: Terminal 3.
Motion: Motion to approve the purchase of the artwork, Ocean Voices III, 2013 by Ursula von Rydingsvard in the amount of $450,000 plus applicable sales tax from Galerie Lelong, New York, for the San Francisco International Airport: Terminal 3, Sculpture Opportunity, as recommended by the San Francisco International Airport Three-Dimensional Selection Panel, and as approved by the Airport Commission.
6. 2015/16 Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster Series
Explanatory Documents: Panel Summary; Images by Selected Finalists
Presentation Time: Approximately 7 minutes
Presentation of the selected finalists for the 2015/16 Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster Series.
Motion: Motion to approve the following finalists for the 2015/16 Art on Market Street Kiosk Posters Series as recommended by the Art on Market Street Selection Panel: Andrea Bergen, Susie Cagle, Jeremy Fish, Kelly Inouye, Leah Rosenberg and Chelsea Wong.
7. SOMA West Skatepark
Explanatory Documents: Revised final design images
Presentation Time: Approximately 5 minutes
Presentation of the revised design for the mural at SOMA West Skatepark.
Motion: Motion to approve the revised design for the mural by Jovi Schnell for the SOMA West Skatepark.
8. Proposed Use of Public Art Trust from Emerald Fund Developments for Public Art Project on West Façade of Civic Auditorium
Jill Manton and Marc Babsin, Principal at Emerald Fund
Explanatory Documents: Staff Report
Presentation Time: Approximately 15 minutes
Presentation of proposed site for art installation, description of art opportunity and budget, method of artist selection, and summary of guidelines from Historic Preservation Commission regarding Civic Center Historic District.
Motion: Motion to authorize the use of the west façade of the Civic Auditorium as a site for a permanent public art installation with an approximate budget of $1 million from Public Art Trust proceeds generated by the Emerald Fund from developments at 101 Polk Street and the Hayes/Van Ness and authorization for staff to proceed with the development of a RFQ, selection panel and artist selection process.
9. Public Comment
(This item is to allow members of the public to comment generally on matters within the Visual Arts Committee’s purview as well as to suggest new agenda items for the Visual Arts Committee’s consideration at a future meeting.
10. New Business and Announcements
(This item is to allow the Commissioners and Arts Commission staff to introduce new agenda items for consideration at a future meeting, to report on recent arts activities and to make announcements.)
11. Old Business
JDC 6/03/14: Notice of Special Meeting
JDC 6/25/14: Added Agenda
JDC 6/26/14: Added Agenda Item #6, #7; Explanatory Documents
JDC 6/27/14: Explanatory Document Revised, Agenda Item #8
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