Campus Community Celebrates Milestone in Liberal and Creative Arts Building Construction

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Friday, October 25, 2019
Photo of about 30 people standing behind signed support beam
Photo by Jamie Oppenheim

On October 24, more than 100 people grabbed Sharpie pens and signed their names to a support beam that will be placed in SF State’s new Liberal and Creative Arts Building.

The ceremony celebrated the topping off of the new four-story building under construction. Award-winning architect Mark Cavagnero designed the building, which will be LEED Gold-certified.

The Liberal and Creative Arts Building is a state-of-the-art, 75,000-square-foot media production and classroom facility that will bring students to the next generation of innovation and excellence in media arts. Located on Holloway Avenue next to the West Campus Green and Humanities Building, it is scheduled to open for classes in spring 2021.

— Matt Itelson

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