ArtSpan's Community Engagement program connects local ArtSpan artists with the San Francisco community to provide public art activities at popular events to engage patrons in art-viewing and art-making. 


ArtSpan presents Community Mural Projects to engage San Francisco event visitors to participate in a collaborative painting activity facilitated by ArtSpan artists.
ArtSpan's Lead Artist Facilitator creates an original, small-scale, mural design that will be gridded off into small, square cells. Each participant selects a square and reinterprets the original imagery on their own mini-canvas. In the end, hundreds of individual participants will contribute to a collaborative 4’ x 6’ mural.

This event can take place outdoors or indoors, and the artwork can be displayed in community spaces to showcase the collective creativity of San Francisco patrons.
To learn more, please contact [email protected].

Super Bowl City Art Walk 

January 30 - February 7, 2016 at Market Street, Embarcadero, Justin Herman Plaza, and Sue Bierman Park

ArtSpan was proud to partner with the San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee to represent the Bay Area artist community at Super Bowl City with the work of ten local artists. The Art Walk’s collection of images celebrated California from the region’s natural beauty to the diversity of its cities, always embodying a spirit of discovery. From the dynamism of the Gold Rush to the present role that the Bay Area holds as the world’s innovation laboratory, California continues to build the future. We encouraged Super Bowl 50 fans and Bay Area visitors to enjoy the Super Bowl City Art Walk as we celebrate California and work to keep art alive in San Francisco.

Selected artists: 

Annie Galvin, Carol Kummer, Chad Hasegawa, Eric Rewitzer, Michele de la Menardiere, Paul Madonna, Phillip Hua, Rachel Znerold, Spencer Brown, Stacey Carter.


See the map below for the Art Walk locations at Super Bowl City: