Masonic Ave Streetscape Art Public Meeting

From SFBC:

The City is holding a meeting to get feedback on the design and artwork for the plaza at Geary Boulevard and Masonic Avenue as part of the Masonic Streetscape Improvement Project. If you can’t make the meeting, the artwork proposals will be on display at the SF Day School until July 9. They will also be available to view online here at SF Arts Commissions site. As this project is undergoing environmental review, this is a great way to get involved and give your thoughts on what this beautiful new public plaza will look like.

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