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Museum of Performance & Design, San Francisco

The museum is dedicated to celebrating all aspects of the performing arts in San Francisco, from the mid 19th century to the present day.

The museum is dedicated to celebrating all aspects of the performing arts in San Francisco, from the mid 19th century to the present day. It hosts exhibitions and lectures by leading artists to encourage an appreciation of the diversity of the performing arts.


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About Museum of Performance & Design

 401 Van Ness Avenue #402, San Francisco, CA, United States

 +1 415-255-4800

 [email protected]

 www.mpdsf.org

Museum of Performance & Design and Nearby Sights on Map

San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center

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San Francisco Opera

There are Fall, Spring, and Summer seasons

Herbst Theater

Herbst Theater, next to the Opera house in the similarly-styled War Memorial Veteran's building is host to a wide variety of activities

San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery

The San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery supports a diverse range of Bay Area 'Visual Art' culture by supporting artists projects through collaboration with community organizations, commissioning contemporary art, and curated exhibitions

San Francisco Ballet

The repertory season begins in January and continues through May

Large Four Piece Reclining Figure

This bronze sculpture was created by English artist Henry Moore in 1973

San Francisco Symphony

San Francisco has an excellent symphony orchestra, with Michael Tilson Thomas (MTT) as the principal conductor

San Francisco City Hall

Designed by Arthur Brown Jr

Civic Center Plaza

This grassy plaza is situated at the heart of the Civic Center and its tree-lined central avenue visually draws the eye to the imposing structure of City Hall

Black and White Ball

If you have the budget, why not 'hob-nob' at San Francisco's classiest party? Taking up four entire blocks of the Civic Center, this ball attracts a well-heeled crowd, as well as those who are just splurging