Farmworker Awareness Poster Art Pop-up with artist Oscar Lopez

We are excited to partner again with Foodwise for a farmworker awareness poster art pop-up at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Saturday, December 2, between 9 am-1 pm.

Join us for a live screen-printing demo and take home a free poster designed by artist Oscar Lopez

We hope to see you there!

Serge Gay Jr. Solo Show

Prince 2 Queens, a solo show featuring the artist Serge Gay Jr., will be opening November 3rd. Prince 2 Queens is an homage to the story of Serge Gay Jr. and his family's migration from Port Au Prince Haiti to Queens New York, a tale of coming to America, this visual art show explores the experience of his family leaving everything behind to start over in a foreign land among a foreign people.

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"We Are Vera"

The Haight Street Art Center is honored to present “We Are Vera,” a survey of photographs, outfits, and head pieces by Michael Johnstone and David Faulk. The exhibition will run through the end of the year, concurrently with “Prince 2 Queens,” a solo show by Serge Gay Jr.

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Haight Street Art Center Named Best Of The Bay!

Thanks to your support, we were named “Best Art Gallery” in theSF Bay Guardian/48Hills Best of the Bay readers' poll for the second year in a row! Thank you for making us San Francisco’s favorite community art center!

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Winter Screen Printing Classes!

New classes being offered in 2024! We have hands-on classes that take you through the basics of creating screens and printing a final product, as well as more advanced classes. Sign up today!

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Your Food, My Work, Our Land

An ongoing collaboration with artist Oscar Lopez in support of California farmworkers

We are pleased to announce Haight Street Art Center's collaboration with artist Oscar Lopez on a project to engage youth in an investigation of food justice issues in California that will ultimately culminate in a collaborative mural-making project.

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