From October 3-4th, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) and The Institute for the Future are teaming up to host Open City/Art City.
This Art and Ideas Festival will engage the public through a creative and generative weekend that looks at how we transform a city. The October 3 & 4th weekend will consist of IFTF’s Maker Cities’ Conference and Open Cities/Art Cities Art and Ideas Festival, which through art installations, speakers, participatory activities, performances, music, food, and play, they will invite the Bay Area community to reimagine the city’s urban spaces, and forge new models of innovation that provoke a new vision of the future. ARC Director Shannon Jackson will host a round table discussion as part of the festival. Details will be announced on ARC’s website in the coming weeks.
For more information about the festival visit YBCA’s website here.