In this new political era, these questions are more relevant than ever. Born from the YBCA 100 Summit, Public Square gathers our community’s collective imagination around crucial questions. Two cohorts of YBCA Fellows have been investigating questions of equity and citizenship for the past year, and on Saturday, August 19, we’ll reveal their answers and offer them up for community response. Join us for an afternoon designed to provoke societal change at a time when it’s most needed.
*No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Regular Admission: $10
10% off admission for seniors, students, and teachers, non-profit employees, KQED members, public transit riders, and library card holders.
Please note there are no online ticket sales. Visit our Visitor Services desk for ticket purchases.
Shalini Agrawal, Kristy Alfieri Higares, Trisha Barua, A’darius Bell, Alex Bledsoe, Katherin Canton, Fay Darmawi, Ugo Edu, Saideh Eftekhari, Hunter Franks, Noah Frigault, Malcolm Gin, Juan Carlos Ibarra, Niema Jordan, Mansi Kakkar, Joan Tarika Lewis, Eli Marienthal, Hoi-Fei Mok, Rebecca Novick, Fran Osborne, Mariah Rankine-Landers, Candace Roberts, Jennifer Tacheff, Lauren Marie Taylor, Justin Warren, Marvin K. White, Chelsea Wills
Luiza Berthoud, Lukas Brekke-Miesner, Yueqi Chen, Roberta D’alois, Amelia Evans, Maria Faini, Cristiana Giordano, Rufaro Gwarada, Chris Hamamoto, Chris Hambrick, Sabereh Kashi, Paul Loper, Candi Martinez-Carthen, E. “Oscar” Maynard, Marlena Mendoza, David Moren, Takeshi Moro, Lex Non Scripta, Rebecca Ora, Katina Papson-Rigby, Devon Sampson, Dorothy Santos, Suzanne Schmidt, Jonel Seon, Sameena Sitabkhan, Emma Tramposch, Shamsher Virk, Miriam Wolodarski
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is grateful to the City of San Francisco for its ongoing support.
YBCA programs in 17–18 are made possible in part by: The James Irvine Foundation.
Additional funding for YBCA programs 17–18: National Endowment for the Arts, Abundance Foundation, Grosvenor, and Members of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Equity and Citizenship Fellowships in 16–17 were supported by generous grants from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Surdna Foundation, The Wallace Foundation, Panta Rhea Foundation, The Bernard Osher Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Lead image featuring Hope Mohr Dance: Courtesy darabiphotographi