3/2/2017 | WE DID IT!!

Nearly 250 people came together to support our Kickstarter campaign, which was successfully funded on March 2! A huge THANK YOU to everyone who donated and enabled Sites Unseen to continue and expand its programming. We will continue to work with both local and international artists to bring exciting, groundbreaking new public art and activations to San Francisco. 


We need your support to keep our projects going. To that end, we are excited to launch a 30-day Kickstarter campaign, with a goal of raising at least $25,000 to help create exciting new projects with the artists we love.

Our next project is Love Over Rules, a large-scale neon text-based work by Hank Willis Thomas that will be installed on Annie Street between Jessie and Mission Streets, launching this spring. We're also moving forward with new commissions from Fallen Fruit, Jenny Odell, and Leah Rosenberg, as well as a continuation of Ramekon O'Arwisters' Crochet Jams, which will culminate in a permanent installation by Clare Rojas.

There are some really fantastic rewards associated with our campaign, including artist-designed scarves, notebooks, posters, and Barry McGee totebags, as well as limited-edition prints and experiential opportunities. 

Your tax-deductible donation –– in any amount –– provides essential support to artists and enable us to expand our programming so that more members of the public can experience innovative projects for free. THANK YOU in advance for helping to bring more art to the streets of San Francisco!


10/9/2016 | LAUNCH EVENT

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our launch event on Sunday, October 9 on the Moscone Center Garage rooftop, featuring the Moscone Contemporary Art Centre & Garage by Barry McGee, Lemonade Stand and Endless Orchard by Fallen Fruit, Crochet Jam by Ramekon O'Arwisters, and Car Park Cake Walk by Leah Rosenberg. Please check out our GALLERY page for lots of great photos and video!