Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2016 Market Street Prototyping Festival. We will be taking a break in 2017, focusing on the longer term MSPF incubation projects and some exciting citywide initiatives, including the launch of the Groundplay program. 

In the meantime, our partners at Gray Area and Autodesk have some great opportunities to prototype your creative placemaking ideas. And stay tuned for the YBCA Fellows program application coming in Spring 2017.

Recent Activity

Happy Hour Q&A
Wednesday, March 30, 2016, 4:00pm - 7:00pm
The Hall, 1028 Market Street, San Francisco, CA

Join us for a Happy Hour Q&A at The Hall! Come meet and mingle with the MSPF team and get a chance to discuss any questions you might have about your project submissions and ideas. The MSPF Open Call for new projects for our 2016 festival is open until Apr 15. We’ll also be joined by some of last year’s participants who can share their experiences. Bring your friends and prototype ideas and we’ll see you there!

Open Call info: marketstreetprototyping.org/ge...

Who Went?

Sean Stevens
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Tom K.
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Market Street Prototyping Festival

Calling all Bay Area citizens! MSPF is now accepting new project applications for our 2016 festival! Do you have an idea to make Market Street a more vibrant public space? We want to hear about it, submissions accepted now thru Apr 15.

marketstreetprototyping.org/ge...

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Posted Mar 2, 2016
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Andrea Benfer Lloyd

Though removing trash cans is counter-intuitive, cities across the nation have adopted the philosophy that fewer trash cans leads to less trash. I'm not sure it's working in the Mission. I still find bags of empty beer cans and discarded food packaging.

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