On behalf of the Haight Street Art Center’s Board of Directors and staff, thank you so much for your support this year. You, our donors and patrons, are who make it possible for us to fulfill our mission to educate, inspire, and foster positive cultural change.
Haight Street Art Center is pleased to announce:
Haight Street Art Center’s Annual Invitational Screen Print Show, an opportunity for artists to visit San Francisco and produce Screen Prints on location in the HSAC print studio.
Our inaugural year features celebrated artists, Jeremy Fish, Mike Giant & Morning Breath (Doug Cunningham & Jason Noto).
On view in person through Nov 21, 2021. Explore 3D Virtual Tour.
The Haight Street Art Center is delighted to present Grand Legacy, which looks at the people behind Tea Lautrec Litho, a San Francisco-based print and poster studio, and the studio’s cultural impact on a generation of artists and activists.
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!
The Haight Street Art Center is honored to announce an upcoming exhibition in commemoration of the passage of the 19th Amendment. On August 26 (the day that the Amendment was passed into law), HSAC will unveil in an outdoor display and release for sale online the work of 22 women and non-binary artists.
The exhibition is now on view in the Garden Gallery 7am-9pm and online 24/7.
Dear Friends and Community Members,
What’s transpired in our country over the past few weeks is upsetting, frightening and demoralizing and serves as an indication of how much work needs to be done. Today and more than ever, we need to learn from our history of injustice and commit to ending racism in America.