GHOST SPACES OF THE GOLDEN GATE: NEIGHBORHOOD HISTORY OF VACANT LOTS AND EMPTY STOREFRONTS
Saturday, August 15, 10 am–12:30 pm
• Golden Gate Library, 5606 San Pablo Ave
Anisha Gade is a recent graduate of UC Berkeley’s Master in City Planning and Master of Science in Architecture programs. With a background in community development and communications, she has always maintained a strong interest in public art in urban environments. She is currently engaged in two side projects: the first, an ethnographic research project documenting the social and physical impacts of ethnic diversity in Silicon Valley; and the second, a writing project about representations of architecture and urbanism in the media. In a professional capacity, she works for the San Francisco Planning Department and as a consultant to Communities’ Crossing.