Tonight, urban development think tank SPUR and (ahem) "slow bike movement" leaders PUBLIC Bikes will host the opening of Public Works, a new exhibition that looks to re-examine "the meaning and value of public spaces within our cities" through new works by twenty-nine designers.

Through each designer's work, the exhibition looks to explore the concept of public space, especially in the way that bikes can allow people to "alter and connect with the world." (Art gallery speak for: "some internationally renowned designers made us cool bike posters.") If you've visited SPUR's Urban Center, now's your chance to check out where all the genius new urban planning ideas come from.

[Event Details]
[Facebook Event]
6 - 8 p.m.
SPUR Urban Center Gallery
654 Mission Street,
San Francisco, CA 94105-4015