Public/Private: The Commons Besieged


Together with the Canessa Gallery, the Living New Deal will host an exhibit and conversation about the intersection of the public domain and private interests.  The event will take place at the Canessa Gallery in San Francisco (708 Montgomery St.) on Friday, January 19 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.  The event will discuss efforts to preserve the American Commons and will feature the work of Daniel Dietrich, Joe Sances, Art Hazelwood, and Doug Minkler.  Please contact exhibit curator, Harvey Smith, for more information and to RSVP – [email protected], (510) 684-0414.

Event details

Date: Fri. Jan 19th, 2018 - Fri. Jan 19th, 2018
Location: 708 Montgomery St., San Francisco
Coordinator: Harvey Smith
Coordinator Email: [email protected]
Coordinator phone: (510) 684-0414

One comment on “Public/Private: The Commons Besieged

  1. We have a late 1930s WPA constructed firehouse in West Sacramento. It is now converted to a restaurant, but it remains in the original Art Deco style with WPA stamped in the front column between the two roll up doors.
    It is not listed on you inventory. Why? I can photos.
    Thank you,

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