On view now at Haight Street Art Center The Haight Street Art Center (HSAC) is proud to present Queer Visions, an exhibition that brings together LGBTQ+ artists and institutions to explore the role of nightlife in the creation of queer community in San Francisco as well as the importance of chosen families and genealogies in the shaping of individual queer identities. Anchored by a display of pinbacks from the Stud Archive, the exhibition will look at iconic taverns and gathering places in San Francisco that have provided haven and joy for the LGBTQ+ community since the 1960s, as well as work by young queer artists considering the role of their queer families and role models in their sense of self.
Living In The Past is on view now through June 6 at Haight Street Art Center Jeremy Fish has become, over the last twenty-five years, one of San Francisco’s most recognizable and beloved artists. While Fish is usually based in North Beach, he spent the end of 2020 living and working in the Doolan-Larson Residence and Storefronts, a national historic landmark at the corner of Haight and Ashbury.
In partnership with San Francisco Recreation and Parks, the Haight Street Art Center is excited to present Furthur Magic: A Psychedelic Poster Journey. In celebration of the 150th anniversary of Golden Gate Park, this exhibition explores psychedelic poster art of the 1960s, especially in the Haight, psychedelic events in Golden Gate Park, and the ongoing legacy of the psychedelic events and styles pioneered in both places. The exhibition will be open April 15th to May 16th, Thu-Sun from 11am-5pm and is free to the public.
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