Redwood City Pages is a public art piece that was commissioned in 2017 as one way to commemorate the City of Redwood City's 150th Anniversary. The Foundation, through a generous grant from Lane Partners, in partnership with the Sesquicentennial Celebration Committee and the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department, commissioned Fung Collaboratives to conceive of an art piece that would both celebrate and memorialize Redwood City's rich history and present.
Artist/Photographer Brian Taylor led the project. The community was invited to participate in the art piece by contributing home-made paper and cyanotypes created at workshops hosted by the Foundation and funded, in part, by a grant from the City of Redwood City's Civic Cultural Commission (now, Arts Commission). Redwood City Pages was gifted to the City and is currently on display in the fireplace room at the City's Downtown Main Library.