Arts Commission picks for Church-Duboce on display

Muni is planning a major renovation of the heavily trafficked area around Church Street and Duboce, and the Arts Commission has been charged with picking the candidate to provide the art.

The Commission is showing the three concept finalists, starting today until Oct. 14 at the newly renovated Harvey Milk Recreation Center, 50 Scott St.
 
Regular folks are encouraged to provide their input to the Commission. The three finalists, Rebar Group, Masayuki Nagase and Primitivo Suarez Wolfe, have created some interesting concepts for benches.
 

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