Wednesday, June 14, 2017

2018 Hearts in San Francisco Project – RFP Submission Period (June 1 – August 1, 2017)

Create a Heart

2018 Hearts in San Francisco Project – RFP Submission Period (June 1 – August 1, 2017)

PROJECT OVERVIEW
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation’s Hearts in San Francisco project debuted in 2004. Under the leadership of Nancy Bechtle and Ellen Magnin Newman, 131 beautiful and inspired Heart Sculptures were created by local artists. The project generated a new level of exposure for the Foundation’s mission, as well as the Zuckerberg San Francisco General’s vital role in our community
On an annual basis, a limited series of Heart Sculptures are created by San Francisco Bay Area artists. The Heart Sculptures play a lead role in the Foundation’s Annual Fundraiser Events held in February of each year. Heart Sculptures are both auctioned to raise critical funds for the Foundation and shared as a special token of appreciation with our Premier Event Sponsors.
Project Description
The 2018 Hearts in San Francisco series will include:
(6) Large Heart Sculptures
5 feet tall x 6 feet wide x 40 inches depth; 400 pounds
(6) Table Top Heart Sculptures
16 inches tall x  17 inches wide x 8 inches depth; 25 pounds
For 2018, we will introduce an all-new set series concept consisting of 24 mini heart sculptures. The mini heart sculptures will be designed by eight artists in the theme of “A Tribute to San Francisco: Past, Present and Future.” Donors and art enthusiasts will have the option of purchasing one mini heart individually, or as a set of three.
(24) Mini Heart Sculptures – (8) sets of (3) Mini Heart Sculptures
7 inches tall x 6 inches wide x 2 inches depth; 5 pounds
Honorarium
Our selected Heart Artists will receive an honorarium to help cover the cost of supplies.
  • Large Heart Sculpture artists will receive $1,000.
  • Table Top Heart Sculpture artists will receive $500.
  • Mini Heart Sculpture series set artists will receive $600.
Heart Artists have the option to donate their honorarium back to the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation.
Honorarium is distributed in two equal installments. First installment will be mailed within 10 business days of an artist having received their Heart Sculpture. Second installment will be mailed within 10 business days of the Foundation receiving the completed Heart Sculpture.
Selection Process
Heart Sculpture Artists are selected by a committee of San Francisco General Hospital Foundation Staff, Foundation Board Members, and Community Volunteers. The number of Heart Sculptures produced varies each year, as does the number of Heart Artists selected.
How to Apply