Since the 1980s, San Francisco philanthropist Ann Hatch has been a critical figure of the arts. She founded the Capp Street Project, an arts residency in the Mission district, cofounded the Oxbow School, an arts program for high school students in Napa, California, and most recently, the Workshop Residence launched in August 2011. For up to two months, Ann Hatch invites an artist to brainstorm, design, and create bespoke products to later make available for sale to the public. Recent invited artists include Belgian fashion designer Dirk van Saene, Paris fashion designer and artist Aurore Thibout, and SF-based graphic designer Jennifer Morla. Photo by: Christie Hemm Photo by Christie Hemm.