Public Policy Forum
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
SF Chamber Boardroom
Russ Building, 12th Floor
235 Montgomery St.
The Bay Lights
Join Dorka Keehn, head of development for The Bay Lights, for an informative presentation on the project’s status at the November Public Policy Forum. The Bay Lights is an iconic 25,000 LED light sculpture designed by internationally renowned artist Leo Villareal for the west span of the Bay Bridge. This public artwork has drawn unanimous support from Governor Brown, Lt. Governor Newsom, Mayor Lee and major arts organizations including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Based on an independent impact study, The Bay Lights will conservatively add $97 Million to the local economy. The Grand Lighting Ceremony is slated for March 6, 2013.
The Bay Lights is a once in a lifetime opportunity to sponsor an artwork of unprecedented scale that throughout the world will highlight the Bay Area’s leadership in technology and vibrant commitment to the arts. Come learn
more about the project November 13th. Register Online Today!
Light lunch is provided by Safeway.
There is no fee to attend.
Questions? Contact Lydia Hernried, 415.352-8841, firstname.lastname@example.org