There’s been a lot happening with the Bernal Heights Library art project of late. The mural on the eastern side of the library was recently completed (check it, above), and yesterday there was a raffle to raise funds for the artwork proposed for the library’s southern, playground-facing side.
But wait…. What will they do with that raffle money? And what will the proposed artwork look like?
Neighbor Brandon is a member of the Bernal Library Art Project Task Force, and he invites all interested Bernalese to participate in a set of meetings that start this weekend to discuss the proposal for the library’s southern facade:
BERNAL LIBRARY ART PROJECT: PHASE 2 — Playground Wall
COMMUNITY MEETINGS – EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
The second and final phase of the Bernal Library Art Project is being launched this summer.
The Bernal Library Art Project Task Force invites you to:
Meet Johanna Poethig, the artist selected to design and implement the project. This is Johanna:
Engage with the artist and other Bernal residents to reflect on Bernal as a community, the library as a resource, and the working concept of the project.
The meetings will be both informative and interactive. The first meeting happens on Saturday, with the second following quickly on Tuesday:
Saturday, June 22
2:00 – 4:00 pm
Tuesday, June 25
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Location: Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center
515 Cortland Avenue
Questions? Email bernallibraryartproject @ gmail . com
PHOTOS: Courtesy of Bernal Library Art Project Task Force