Joint Space Award

The Joint Space Award is a collaboration between The Space Program San Francisco and the Minnesota Street Project Foundation. Applications were accepted February 1 - March 5, 2021. In April 2021, Connie Zheng was announced as the award winner.

The opportunity is for an individual BIPOC artist or pair of collaborating artists. The chosen grantee will receive $5,000, plus up to $5,000 in materials budget to create artwork during a residency at The Space Program and an exhibition at the 1275 Minnesota Street Project Galleries. The work will also debut on Adjacent, the Minnesota Street Project’s virtual space for art. This is a unique opportunity to utilize these organizations’ physical and digital spaces.

Silkscreen Posters

The Space Program offers free silkscreen printing for progressive causes, including anti-racist/racial justice activities and for voting initiatives. Posters are printed in-house and made available for pick up in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco.

We're proud to feature a selection of our past projects on this page. To inquire about silkscreen services for your project, see details on the Art for Justice page.

Breonna Taylor Poster by See Black Women

This poster is designed by Tahirah Rasheed and Angela Hennesy, and is available on the See Black Women website.

Protect and Serve poster by Ferris Plock

Ferris Plock has donated the posters to Welcome to the Terrordome, an exhibition at Black Book Gallery celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Public Enemy’s Fear Of A Black Planet.

Kick Over the Statues by TMVC

TMVC is selling the posters by donation, with proceeds going towards The Anti-Police Terror Project. DM on Instagram to purchase.

Defund the Police Poster by Ken Davis

"Cool Hand" Ken Davis is a Bay Area-based sign painter. This design can also be found on a tee whose sales benefit The Zachary Project, a community fund of Critical Resistance, Oakland to support community members in need.

Reimagining Black Futures print for Black Girls Code

Black Girls Code empowers girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to science and technology.

Love Poster by Adam Hale

Artist Adam Hale created this 4-color poster design, whose proceeds will be donated to a nonprofit arts organization working in service to its community.

Caravan For The Children prints

The Space Program produced a set of prints for Galería de la Raza's participation in Journey for Justice, as part of the Caravan for the Children campaign, a 2,200 mile pilgrimage along the entire length of the U.S. - Mexico border. The caravan seeks to honor the lives of migrants and asylum seekers, and bring awareness to the impact of child separation policies