Posts tagged Art
TL Youth Organize 'Unity Fundraiser'

Youth from Boys and Girls Club Tenderloin Clubhouse have worked together to produce an eclectic arts showcase as part of a fundraiser for the Keystone Club, a leadership group of youth ages 14-18. This event offers an in-depth look at the Tenderloin through the eyes of our Teens.  Art, performances, a Ted Talk-like presentation, among other activities will spearhead a night of community connectivity.

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Tenderloin Art Wraps Installed! [Beyond Chron]

The installation of the artworks follows a lengthy community process where residents chose the final designs . . . The project was funded and sponsored by the Tenderloin Housing Clinic, with additional funding from the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development and Shorenstein LLC.

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Peter Fortuna, A Tenderloin Story at Tenderloin Museum

There is no lack of talent and potential, too often hidden, in the Tenderloin. On July 6th, the museum held the opening celebration for Peter Fortuna, a Tenderloin Story, which features photographs and ephemera of Mr. Fortuna, who came to the Tenderloin after a storied career in photography and fashion

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City Aims To Unify Civic Center Spaces To Create Neighborhood Park [Hoodline]

After decades of fragmented management, the public plazas between City Hall and the United Nations Plaza — UN Plaza, Civic Center Plaza and Fulton Street between the Main Library and the Asian Art Museum — could be unified through the Civic Center Commons initiative.

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