Thank you from Public Knowledge! Thank you to our partners, collaborators, & @SFPublicLibrary! As Public Knowledge ends, we’re excited that the @SFMOMA branch will continue to be open. We hope you remain our friends & followers & stay informed. Who knows what the future holds!
Our final #tbt is to Take Part, led by @bikvanderpol. Take Part unearthed the SF of yesteryear for the community, & 1 MILLION people saw the model! The model is far from retired, so stay tuned for news through our website. Thank you @sfpubliclibrary & our many collaborators!
We partnered w/ @kitchensisters to produce the latest @SFMOMA Raw Material Podcast. Tune in to hear planners, librarians, artists, activists, and others as they contemplate the past, debate the present, and envision the future of our city by the bay. https://t.co/5YDKexERkp
This concluding essay from The Stacks is from our very own Deena Chalabi, former curator of Public Knowledge. Explore the beginnings of Public Knowledge, the complexities of the artist projects, and the overarching goals of our two year adventure.
We've made hundreds of friends through Public Knowledge, literally! Check out our @graphcommons map to see our connections & collaborators. Thank you to everyone, and we're excited to see what adventures the future holds! https://t.co/xoesHvqqzO