Sites Unseen activating public art in Yerba Buena alleysThe mission of Sites Unseen is to activate the Yerba Buena alleys with permanent public art.The colors alone will make a brilliant unveil, but Sites Unseen always livens things up with side shows — this time they’ll feature a Crochet Jam hosted by Ramekon O’Arwister and an art zine being made on-site by Fallen Fruit, an arts duo from Los Angeles.
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