Bridging Generations, Celebrating the Year of the Ox

February 12, 2021

Bridging Generations, Celebrating the Year of the Ox

This year is the Year of the Ox, a time that reflects a commitment to hard work, responsibility, and discipline, all characteristics of the ox. As we mourn and recover from the ravages of the pandemic, we believe it is critically important to acknowledge the often-invisible work of caretakers, and the extraordinary loneliness and isolation so many have experienced over the last year.

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Treasures from Tea Lautrec

December 10, 2020

Treasures from Tea Lautrec

Jan 26, 2021 Update:

We made it! With 2021 now well underway, Haight Street Art Center invites you to revisit the time, the art, and the music that helped define our lives. Please take a moment to check out rare and classic additions to our Tea Lautrec Collection. They are available online now in the Tea Lautrec Collection!

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Trans Resilience is Powerful

November 19, 2020

Trans Resilience is Powerful

The Haight Street Art Center is proud to host this display of work created to commemorate the Trans Day of Resilience, which takes place every year on November 20th. Derived from the Trans Day of Remembrance, an annual memorial to trans folks murdered in the epidemic of violence perpetuated in particular against Black trans women and femmes, the Trans Day of Resilience presents an opportunity to turn mourning into radical imagining. What might a world look like in which trans stories, art, and identities are centered, protected, and nurtured? How might this imagining, in turn, set us all free?

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