The Town's public art program aims to expand opportunities for our citizens to experience public art. Public art proposals are heard by the Town's Public Art Selection Panel and the Heritage & Arts Commission, which work together to bring exciting works of art to Tiburon.
The Town's latest public art installation is a beautiful piece by Thomas Jackson. Collaborative Nature is now on display near the South of Knoll Park. Thomas Jackson's art is centered on our relationship with the environment - and the forces of nature, time, and change. Jackson's work is the first public work of art envisioned in a series of temporary public art exhibitions celebrating Tiburon's cultural potential. Read on for more information about how to become a donor of the Thomas Jackson installation, or learn more about Tiburon's Public Art program.
Visiting Collaborative Nature
Collaborative Nature is on display at the South of Knoll Park from May 20 - July 9, 2023.
- Walk or drive to Blackie's Pasture on Tiburon Boulevard. Follow the Old Rail Trail south past McKegney Green and the Knoll at the south end. Past the Knoll is South of Knoll Park. The distance is approximately one half mile.
- Public Transit: Take the #219 public transit bus to the Pine Terrace stop.
About Thomas Jackson
Thomas Jackson (American, b. 1971) is an award-winning artist, and has been showing in group and solo exhibitions nationwide since 2012. Jackson has pioneered a unique working process that combines landscape photography, sculpture, and kinetic art.
Fashioned from colorful, sustainable fabric, the exhibition will come to life against the backdrop of dry grasses, Richardson Bay, and views of Sausalito, Belvedere, and San Francisco - a performance driven by wind and light, dramatically interacting with the natural landscape.
For more information about Thomas Jackson and his work, visit https://www.thomasjacksonphotography.com/
Donate to the Thomas Jackson Installation
Donor Levels and Benefits
- Supporter: $500 to $999 contribution. Donor recognition in project digital media, text panel, and at Town Hall.
- Benefactor: $1,000 to $1,999 contribution. Donor recognition at a Meet the Artist reception.
- Patron: $2,000 + contribution. Donor recognition at a Meet the Artist reception, and a signed, limited edition 20"x25" color photo print, signed by the artist ($3,000 value).
How to Donate
Submit a completed donor form with cash or check donation to Tiburon Town Hall, 1505 Tiburon Boulevard, Tiburon, CA 94920. Please make all checks out to Town of Tiburon. All donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. Donations made by credit card must be made in person at Town Hall (Monday-Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).
StART Pins: $20
If you would like to contribute toward public art in Tiburon, but aren't quite prepared to become a supporter, benefactor, or patron, consider purchasing a StART pin for $20. StART enamel pins are great gifts that show support for art in Tiburon. The pins are designed by Los Angeles-based artist Scott Froschauer (http://scottfroschauer.com/), whose work focuses on new spaces and techniques for communication and connection.
Pins are available for purchase at Tiburon Town Hall (Monday-Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).
Questions? Contact Patti Pickett at (415) 435-7373 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.