The San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) has put out a call for artists for a series of public art projects planned in the Bayview neighborhood.
The 2018 Bayview Artist Registry will be used to commission artists for a three-year beautification project in the Bayview. Artists who register will be considered for a series of permanent public works with budgets up to $1 million.
Among the structures considered for artistic treatment are the Southeast Wastewater Treatment Plant's smokestack, the Southeast Health Center and the community facility on Oakdale Avenue.
The SFAC encourages artists with "meaningful connections" to the Bayview, such as those living or who have lived in the area.
Though the commission requests that artists refrain from pitching specific concepts with their registration, there are deadlines to apply for the bigger projects. For the Southeast Health Center project, artists must register by April 4; for the Southeast Wastewater Treatment Plant and community facility, it's May 9.