Sites Unseen

Sites Unseen believes that art and artists have the power to shape society and that public art does more than beautify; it stimulates active dialogue and participation across cultures. Through a series of creative placemaking initiatives, Sites Unseen is partnering with public, private, nonprofit, and community sectors to bring arts programming to under-used alleys in the Yerba Buena neighborhood of San Francisco in the form of permanent and temporary art installations and activations. The project aims to transform these neglected areas into a thriving cultural destination for diverse audiences by fostering social interaction, community pride, and economic opportunities while increasing residents’ and visitors’ safety and exposure to the arts. Learn more at sitesunseen.org.

Sites Unseen believes that art and artists have the power to shape society and that public art does more than beautify; it stimulates active dialogue and participation across cultures. Through a series of creative placemaking initiatives, Sites Unseen is partnering with public, private, nonprofit, and community sectors to bring arts programming to under-used alleys in the Yerba Buena neighborhood of San Francisco in the form of permanent and temporary art installations and activations. The project aims to transform these neglected areas into a thriving cultural destination for diverse audiences by fostering social interaction, community pride, and economic opportunities while increasing residents’ and visitors’ safety and exposure to the arts. Learn more at sitesunseen.org.