STUDIO & RECYCLING CENTER TOURS
Recology Artist in Residence Program Covid-19 updates
Recology is committed to protecting the health and safety of our artists, teachers, students, community members and employees. At this time, it is especially important for all of us to minimize the risk of spreading Covid-19 through social distancing.
With this in mind, we are postponing our May 22 exhibition with Malcom Kenter, Rachel Marino, Minoosh Zomorodinia, and UC Berkeley student artist Leilah Talukder. The new date has yet to be determined.
Additionally, we have canceled all tours for April, May, and June. The Environmental Learning Center will remain closed and visits to the studios have been suspended.
Thank you for your understanding and for helping keep our community healthy.
Stay safe and be well.
While our facility is closed to the public we are still committed to providing relevant recycling and composting education, and supporting our communities in efforts to protect and preserve our fragile planet. We are excited to now offer monthly webinars for those interested in learning more about Recology, how we sort materials placed in your bins, and the Artist in Residence Program. This webinar will also review the innovative programs Recology has put in place with the city of San Francisco, and what individual actions you can take to create an impactful change. Registration is free and open to the public.
Artist in Residence Program Tour
Stayed tuned for the upcoming Artist in Residence Program webinar. Learn about the history of the program, the work of past artists, and how the residency has continued to support the local arts community for the past thirty years. Registration available soon!
Groups with tailored interests such as packaging engineers or design firms, please contact Felisia Castañeda at 415-205-9343 for information on private, online, discussion groups and presentations via Zoom.
Please call 415-330-1300 to learn about resources available to commercial business at this time. If you are a business located outside of San Francisco please feel free to sign up for the Public Tour Webinar.
School Field Trips
Recology is continuing to partner with the San Francisco Department of the Environment to provide distance learning opportunities to students in San Francisco. Please visit the Recology Environmental Learning Center website for resources including virtual presentations, student activities, and videos.
Learn more about the Recology Transfer Station and Recycling Center, and Recycle Central at Pier 96 by viewing the videos and virtual tour below.