Misako Inaoka, Competitor for Art on Valencia
On June 13th, Mission Loc@l announced — even before the winners knew!— the three finalists chosen to present a proposal for the public art project to go along with the Valencia Street improvements. Residents will meet the artistsJuly 23 from 9.30 am to 12.30 am at the Mission Police Station at 630 Valencia Street for a conversation with the community. Later, the three will offer their proposals, which will be on view, and sometime this fall the winner will be chosen.
First, watch the video of Misako Inaoka who was chosen for her “sense of space.”
BY STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
Michael Arcega, Competitor for Art on Valencia
Ana Teresa Fernandez: Art on Valencia
Brian Goggin: Valencia Streetscape Project
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Tagged: 19th Street, arts, bikes, brian goggin, department of public works, Galería de la Raza, michael arcega, misako inaoka, Public Arts, stefania rousselle, valencia street, valencia streetscape improvement, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
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