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Third Street Village is an art gallery and pop-up activation space for the Bayview community, seeking to activate vacant and underutilized storefronts. more
The Artists Guild puts on outdoor, gallery-quality art exhibits in San Francisco city parks-such as Washington Square in North Beach, the Marina Green, and Golden Gate Park opposite the deYoung Museum. Other exhibi... more
Nicole Rose Gelormino is a painter, teaching artist and co-founder of the Womens Creative Network. She attained her undergraduate and graduate degrees in visual art and art education in New York. She resides and works in her birth town, San Francisco... more
The Hunters Point Shipyard Artists (HPSA) are the largest community of artists in the United States, more than 250 artists in working studios. We are located in the former U.S. naval shipyard of San Francisco, Hunters Point Shipyard. We are ope... more
The Hunters Point Shipyard Artists (HPSA) are one of the largest communities of artists in the United States, more than 250 artists in working studios. The Shipyard Trust for The Arts (STAR) is a California 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation dedicated... more
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In recent years, the artists in Building 103 and The Point’s metal sculptors were evicted by the Navy due to extensive and necessary remediation work. The Point landlords found a suitable home for the metal artists located two miles from the Sh... more
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Art, Clothing & Rad Junque. Open by appt. more
Open Windows’ mission is to be a safe space, community space and creative space.  Located in the Bayview district of San Francisco, we’re committed to open sharing of ideas, skills, and support, and hold sacred space for ritual and c... more
Public Glass is San Francisco's nonprofit center for creation and education in the glass arts. We offer classes in glassblowing, fusing/slumping, flamework, casting and neon. Beginners to advanced as well as specialty classes are offered year-round.... more
South Edge Gallery director Jefferson Mack envisions its location on Shafter Avenue in San Francisco as a cultural destination, a place to go on weekends with easy parking, and with an emphasis on craft and forgotten arts – a social place for a... more
The Box Shop is a studio workspace for artists in San Francisco. With over 100 working artists, our mission is to support the creation of high quality art by providing shared access to tools, skills, and knowledge. more
An exhibition space for environmental arts, crafts, and media.  A project of Building Resources. The Reclaimed Room is a new initiative of the acclaimed nonprofit Building REsources that has made a name for itself as San Francisco’s only... more