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YBCA Public Square: November 2015
Throughout time, the public square has served as an open place where people of all kinds have gathered to share new information, to surface big questions, and to enact change.
As an art center and a citizen institution, there is no better place for a modern-day public square than YBCA. That’s because it will take the inspiration and creativity of all of us to create the change we want to see in the world and YBCA is committed to its role as an inclusive gathering place.
During a YBCA Public Square, you’re invited to join us for programs designed to spur conversation, cultivate empathy, and address the key questions of our time.
YBCA is a home for creative thinkers and makers of all kind. Our ability to bring together different people, communities, and resources allows us to pursue breakthrough solutions to the challenges facing our community today. Our latest venture is a think tank that gathers creative thinkers, artists, activists, professionals, and citizens from around the Bay Area. Over the course of several months, they’ve met at YBCA to interrogate a big question: What is the future of urban life?
Schedule of Events
|11 AM||Donor Day of Discovery |
Donors at the Groundbreaker level and above are invited for a special Public Square experience.
|Noon–10 PM||Galleries Open |
|Noon–5 PM||Designs of the Urban Future |
Generated by our Community Think Tank.
|4 PM||Degenerate Art Ensemble: Preshow|
|5 PM||Degenerate Art Ensemble: Predator Songstress |
|6–10 PM||Opening Night Party: Office Space and Work in Progress: Investigations South of Market |
Featuring DJs from Surface Tension, Nihar Bhatt and Chris Zaldua.
Check out the entire schedule
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