SANCTUARY CITY PROJECT
Mobile Silkscreen Cart Pop-Up
Presented by Art+Action
SFCounts Census Community Kick-Off Event
1st Sundays Block Party
Sunday, October 6, 11am-3pm
Civic Center Commons
Fulton + Larkin Street, San Francisco
Join us this Sunday October 6, from 11am-3pm for SFCounts Census Community Kick-Off—a FREE family-friendly event—at the final 2019 1st Sundays Block Party. As a sneak peek of Art+Action's city-wide arts-based 2020 Census campaign, we'll be presenting free art-making activities in Chinese, English, Spanish, and Tagalog, by Sanctuary City Project—to educate and mobilize our communities to participate in the 2020 Census.
Ignited by support from San Francisco’s Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs (OCEIA), and in partnership with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA)—our Headquarters—Art+Action is building a coalition across art, creative, community, business, technology, philanthropy, activist, and government sectors. We're focused on galvanizing all San Franciscans to participate safely in the census, so that our communities get their fair share of resources and representation.
Sanctuary City Project’s mobile tricycle silkscreen cart will be the first in our series of art activations which will be held throughout the greater SF Bay Area. Who are the artists, musicians, dancers, and creatives in your communities? We’d love to commission them to work with us as a part of our city-wide arts takeover. Have them reach out to us at email@example.com.
Find out how you can join the Art+Action Coalition's 2020 Census efforts HERE. See you this Sunday at Fulton Street at Larkin, and be sure not to miss the other incredible activities, including a dance class with Alonzo King LINES Dance Center; Pop-Up volleyball, badminton and handball stations, sporting merchandise and more recreational activities with Decathlon; street food offerings curated by Off the Grid; an open-air craft market with artisan products created by local SF Etsy: San Francisco Bay Area Etsy Team artisans; DIY pumpkin decorating; and music by KNVQ 99.7 NOW.
Next to the SFCounts Tent
Civic Center Commons
Fulton + Larkin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
ABOUT THE 2020 CENSUS
On April 1, 2020, a ten-minute, nine-question survey—the U.S. Census—will shape the trajectory of our country and our city, impacting every person's quality of life for the next ten years, for better or for worse. Money and power are at stake. For each San Franciscan—citizen or non-citizen, child or adult—who does or does not participate in the 2020 Census, $20,000 per person ($2k per person over 10 years), will go into our community, or not, for schools, parks, healthcare, emergency services, among other essentials.; and, for the first time in the state’s history, California is in real danger of losing a seat in the House of Representatives.
Danielle Grant / FRAMEWORK: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimberly Verde / FRAMEWORK: email@example.com
IMAGES (top to bottom, left to right: Sanctuary City Project's activation at Minnesota Street Project for re:home a For Freedoms exhibition—developed in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut San Francisco—exploring the plight of political and economic refugees in the San Francisco Bay Area, examining sanctuary city, homelessness, and the flight of the creative class; photo by Kim Selvaggi; Sergio De La Torre and Chris Treggiari, Sanctuary City Project's mobile tricycle silk screen cart; SCP at re:home, photo by Kim Selvaggi.