This project is made possible by the For-site Foundation. This foundation is sponsoring art projects in partnership with the Presidio Trust and Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy to foster community engagement and environmental awareness.

For-Site Foundation:
The mission of this foundation is to facilitate the creation, understanding and exhibition of new art about place. FOR-SITE collaborates with participating educational institutions to provide opportunities for students to experience both the practical and theoretical challenges of creating art for and of a specific place.

Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy:
The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy is a nonprofit membership organization created to preserve the Golden Gate National Parks, enhance the experiences of park visitors, and build a community dedicated to conserving the parks for the future.

Presidio Trust:
The Presidio Trust’s mission is to preserve and enhance the natural, cultural, scenic, and recreational resources of the Presidio for public use in perpetuity, and to achieve long-term financial sustainability.
These efforts encompass the natural areas, wildlife, and native habitats of the park, as well as the historic structures and designed landscapes that make the park a National Historic Landmark District. The Presidio Trust is dedicated to ensuring that visitors to this spectacular place will have the opportunity to explore the Presidio’s rich history, beautiful landscapes, and rare natural features.

San Francisco Art Institute:
The San Francisco Art Institute is an accredited art school offering BFA and MFA degrees, Post-Baccalaureate certificates, and Pre-College and Continuing Education.

Amy Franceschini:
Amy Franceschini is a new media artist working with notions of community, sustainable environments and the conflicting rituals of humans and nature. Her work manifests "on" and "offline" in the form of dynamic websites, installations and printed matter. Franceschini received a BFA from San Francisco State University and an MFA from Stanford University. Her work has been exhibited at SFMOMA, Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco and RAMP in New Zealand. Her work has been included in numerous group shows including; "Tirana Biennale: Interactive Art" at Deitch Projects, NY; "Bay Area Now 2", at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the Cooper Hewitt National Design Triennial. In 1995, she founded Futurefarmers, an artists/design collective. Since 1998, Futurefarmers has hosted over 14 international artists through their residency program. The AIR program has fostered relationships with interdisciplinary artist who continue to collaborate with Futurefarmers. Amy currently teaches New Media courses at the San Francisco Art Institute and Stanford University.

Jason Harlan:
Co-designer and developer of, Jason Harlan is also a founding member of the Locative Media Lab. His work has appeared in The Economist, the New York Times, and the UK Guardian. Jason received a BS in Math and CogSci from Indiana University and is currently living and working in San Francisco.