SF Recycling & Disposal’s Artist in Residence Program

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We recently read — in a couple of different places — about SF Recycling & Disposal’s Artist in Residence Program. It’s very cool.

The goal of the program is to use art to inspire people to recycle more and conserve natural resources.

SF Recycling & Disposal selects local artists and provides them with a residency, which includes 24-hour access to materials they gather from SF’s refuse, along with access to a 2,000-square foot studio, supplies and equipment, a stipend, and a reception/exhibit.

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sculpture garden was built adjacent to the Transfer Station, where some of the larger pieces of art created by resident artists are on display.
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Tours are held on the third Saturday of each month.
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next exhibit will be in September — we’ll be sure to include it in our Events Calendar.
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(Artists, top to bottom: Andrew Junge, Henri Marie-Rose, Linda Raynsford, Mark Faigenbaum, James Gouldthorpe, Ed Clapp, Mike Farruggia)

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