Find inspiration and hope at this reception and panel discussion exploring the innovative partnerships that have helped numerous arts nonprofits build and retain their homes in the Mid-Market neighborhood. Moderated by Mark Jensen, AIA, this panel of representatives from nonprofits, and the city, will share insights about the many success stories as well as the challenges and opportunities ahead. Attendees will be treated to a sneak peek of the CounterPulse Theater, recently renovated with the support of the Northern California Community Loan Fund and Community Arts Stabilization Trust and designed by Jensen Architects. The panel is planned in conjunction with the Architecture in Partnership: Mid-Market Walking Tour, starting at 3PM.
Come get a sneak peak of the renovated CounterPulse Theater building expected to open in October.
Leiasa Beckham, Real Estate Consultant- NCCLF
Amy Ress, Director 1%Program- Public Architecture
Shelley Trott, Program Officer Arts- Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Amy Cohen, Director Neighborhood Development- City & County of San Francisco
Julie Phelps, Artistic Director- CounterPulse