Arrivals exhibit
Your handsome reward

When was the last time you went on a scavenger hunt? What about one that leads you to some seriously awesome art?

Well, David Wilson wants to take you on several, leading you via his hand-drawn maps to a series of installations throughout the city in one of SFMOMA’s On the Go exhibitions called Arrivals. Wilson has created six site-specific works at various outdoor locales--Warm Water Cove in Dogpatch, Jason Court in Chinatown--and he leads you to them with detailed directions and sketches.

It all starts at a reclaimed redwood trailhead in front of the closed SFMOMA building. Simply pick up a map and set off; we chose the Presidio route. From there, you’ll continue to get clues about your next locale--there’s some schlepping involved, so wear sneakers--and end up making some fun pit stops along the way (e.g., Anzfer Farms parklet and a cypress tree grove).

We don’t want to spoil things for you, but we promise it’s worth the trek.

Through November 17. Pick up maps outside SFMOMA at 151 Third St.