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Upcoming Events at the Ferry Building


June

tue18may(may 18)11:00 amsat10jul(jul 10)9:00 pmCCA Architecture Division Pop-Up(May 18) 11:00 am - (July 10) 9:00 pm One Ferry Building, San Francisco, California 94111

Event Details

Visit the Ferry Building’s Back Plaza for our latest community pop-up!  

The Ferry Building is excited to promote and highlight local emerging artists with three California College of the Arts (CCA) exhibitions of architectural work by CCA students and faculty. The large-scale multimedia projections will be visible from the storefront windows on the south and southeast sides of the building every day from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Together, the three exhibitions ask viewers and makers alike to reflect on how past architectures move the many concepts of “us” into the future.

The first exhibition in this series, running from May 18th-June 3rd, presents a selection of work from the 2021 CCA Master of Architecture graduating class and from an advanced architecture studio titled “Sanctuary City.” In a year where gathering together was forbidden, CCA graduating March students looked to the future to think through ways architecture can bring people and their environments together as well as what emerges if we expand the definition of what public space is, where it can be, and whom it might serve?

The second exhibition, on view from June 4-June 24, will highlight work from the Urban Works Agency, a research lab in the Architecture Division at the California College of the Arts that leverages architectural design to affect social justice, ecological vitality, and economic resilience.

The final exhibition, open from June 25-July 10, will feature How We Hear Now, a participatory, collective artwork created by The ECOPOESIS Project, a multi-year initiative led by the Architectural Ecologies Lab and MFA in Writing program at California College of the Arts.

Learn more about CCA Architecture and the division’s four teaching and research labs at cca.edu/architecture. You can also find stories by and about CCA Architecture Division students, alumni, faculty, and friends at Scaffold, along with recordings of past events.

Time

May 18 (Tuesday) 11:00 am - July 10 (Saturday) 9:00 pm

Location

One Ferry Building

San Francisco, California 94111

tue01jun12:00 amwed30(jun 30)11:00 pmPride Month at the Ferry Building12:00 am - 11:00 pm (30) Ferry Building Marketplace

Event Details

Join us in supporting San Francisco Pride!

Shop at the Ferry Building in June and help raise funds for the SF LGBT Center. Enjoy limited edition offerings from participating merchants, who will be donating a portion of proceeds to the Center. The Ferry Building will match up to $5,000 in donations so your purchases will make double the impact!

Participating Merchants 

Epicurean Trader

Daily Driver

Acme Bread Company

Recchiuti Confections

Village Market

Hog Island Oyster Company

Time

1 (Tuesday) 12:00 am - 30 (Wednesday) 11:00 pm

Location

Ferry Building Marketplace

sun27jun9:00 am3:00 pmGardeneur Plant Market9:00 am - 3:00 pm One Ferry Building, San Francisco, California 94111

Event Details

Calling all plant parents! Get ready, a plant-opia is hitting the Ferry Building! The Gardeneur market will be popping up on Sunday, June 27th from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM to bring a variety of growers and rare finds to our front and back plazas.

Time

(Sunday) 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location

One Ferry Building

San Francisco, California 94111

Organizer

Ferry Building Marketplace

July

tue18may(may 18)11:00 amsat10jul(jul 10)9:00 pmCCA Architecture Division Pop-Up(May 18) 11:00 am - (July 10) 9:00 pm One Ferry Building, San Francisco, California 94111

Event Details

Visit the Ferry Building’s Back Plaza for our latest community pop-up!  

The Ferry Building is excited to promote and highlight local emerging artists with three California College of the Arts (CCA) exhibitions of architectural work by CCA students and faculty. The large-scale multimedia projections will be visible from the storefront windows on the south and southeast sides of the building every day from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Together, the three exhibitions ask viewers and makers alike to reflect on how past architectures move the many concepts of “us” into the future.

The first exhibition in this series, running from May 18th-June 3rd, presents a selection of work from the 2021 CCA Master of Architecture graduating class and from an advanced architecture studio titled “Sanctuary City.” In a year where gathering together was forbidden, CCA graduating March students looked to the future to think through ways architecture can bring people and their environments together as well as what emerges if we expand the definition of what public space is, where it can be, and whom it might serve?

The second exhibition, on view from June 4-June 24, will highlight work from the Urban Works Agency, a research lab in the Architecture Division at the California College of the Arts that leverages architectural design to affect social justice, ecological vitality, and economic resilience.

The final exhibition, open from June 25-July 10, will feature How We Hear Now, a participatory, collective artwork created by The ECOPOESIS Project, a multi-year initiative led by the Architectural Ecologies Lab and MFA in Writing program at California College of the Arts.

Learn more about CCA Architecture and the division’s four teaching and research labs at cca.edu/architecture. You can also find stories by and about CCA Architecture Division students, alumni, faculty, and friends at Scaffold, along with recordings of past events.

Time

May 18 (Tuesday) 11:00 am - July 10 (Saturday) 9:00 pm

Location

One Ferry Building

San Francisco, California 94111

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