Treasure Island Arts Master Plan

Background

The Treasure Island Arts Master Plan will be funded by 1% of the construction costs of the island’s redevelopment and will be used exclusively to enhance and activate the island’s public realm with artworks and art programming. This public art programming, which will be guided by an Arts Master Plan document, is anticipated to be initiated in phases starting in fall 2018 and will continue over the 15 to 20-year span of the funding and construction cycle of the redevelopment project.  The San Francisco Arts Commission is the lead agency charged with developing the Public Art Program and the Arts Master Plan.

Upcoming Public Meetings

None currently scheduled

Resources

View and download the Treasure Island Arts Master Plan (PDF) - approved by the TIDA Board of Directors June, 2017

Visit the San Francisco Arts Commission's Treasure Island Arts Master Plan website

Previous Public Meetings

View June 14, 2017 TIDA Board of Directors meeting materials for Treasure Island Arts Master Plan approval 

View information about the November 17, 2016 Treasure Island Art Program Public Meeting

View information about the October 6, 2016 Treasure Island Art Program Public Meeting