Advisory Committee of Street Artists and Crafts Examiners - January 19, 2022 - Agenda
ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF STREET ARTISTS AND CRAFTS EXAMINERS
SCREENING OF NEW STREET ARTISTS AND ADDITIONAL CRAFTS
Wednesday, January 19, 2022
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Committee members: Troy Harris, Mai Kong, Carolyn Kualii, Sean Nash, Gina Zetts
- Roll Call
- General Public Comment
(This item is to allow members of the public to comment generally on matters within the Committee’s purview as well as to suggest new agenda items for the Committee’s consideration.)
- Director’s Report
Staff Presenter: Director of Community Investments Denise Pate
Screening of New Artists and Additional Crafts
(* - New Street Artist)
a. Discussion and possible motion to approve the following artists to be licensed to sell their crafts under the Street Artist Ordinance:
Tamalei Blagaj-Berger* gel pen illustrations – explanatory documents
Carlo Casareo* planter design – explanatory documents
Gwanhyeon Cho* acrylic & watercolor paintings – explanatory documents
Kathy Davis-Porat* soldered stone/sea glass jewelry/rings + painted rock art - explanatory documents
b. Discussion and possible motion to approve the following artists to be licensed to sell their crafts under the Street Artist Ordinance:
Charles Gillenwater* beaded earrings + designer masks- explanatory documents
Sandra Indech sewn objects – explanatory documents
Axel Osterberg* Huichol bead objects & paintings – explanatory documents
John Rockwell* fine art photography – explanatory documents
c. Discussion and possible motion to approve the following artists to be licensed to sell their crafts under the Street Artist Ordinance:
Taylor Rudzinski* mixed-media paintings – explanatory documents
Ryan Walfall* digital art prints – explanatory documents
Kangni Wang* digital art prints – explanatory documents
Rommie Whittaker* found object art – explanatory documents
(times are estimated)
posted 01/14/2022, 10:21 a.m. AMT
The meetings of the San Francisco Arts Commission will be held virtually due to public health emergency.
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