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Artists Jason Wyman, Mary-Claire Amable and Celi Tamayo-Lee with Asian Art Museum Art Speak high school interns

Oct 2017–Jan 2018
#StickyQuestions is a civic / creative inquiry and evolving visual / digital installation by artists Mary-Claire Amable, Celi Tamayo-Lee, and Jason Wyman that invites us to question ourselves, each other, and the world in which we live, work, create and move.   

#StickyQuestions partners with existing organizations, programs, institutions, artists, events and initiatives to curate participatory pop-ups, asking questions that encourage participants to express their on answers multi-colored stickers. The stickers are then added to the Living Innovation Zone creating a community response wall that invites curiosity and learning more about one's neighbors.   

#StickyQuestions is a flexible, yet structured project that can be shaped by the needs of the partner. Started as a response to a commission by the Asian Art Museum as part of their Art/Lit Living Innovation Zone (LIZ), #PrayersAbove has also partnered with SFBATCO, CounterPulse, Sunday Streets, Downtown Streets Team, Central City SRO Collaborative, and Miss TANGQ and Jyun Jyun. As a result, #StickyQuestions has become a youth arts project, a professional development program for street outreach workers, a set design element for multi-media performance and a healing arts space rooted in bearing witness.   

For the Asian Art Museum, artists Amable, Tamayo-Lee and Jason Wyman are working with their Art Speak high school internship program to teach social practice art engagement, public installation, and neighborhood-based inquiry. The result completed project of which will be installed in October 2017 at the museum’s Art/Lit LIZ on the corner of Larkin and Fulton streets.

#StickyQuestions at the LIZ is a project of 14 Black Poppies, which is fiscally sponsored by Independent Arts & Media. 


The Village Artist Corner is funded through the generosity of The Family of Tania Vonelleese Seymour. Founding program support was made possible by Housing-Related Park Program from the State of California, facilitated by San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department; The Hearst Foundations; California Arts Council; San Francisco Grants for the Arts; and The NFL Foundation and 50 Fund, the legacy fund of the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee.