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A nonprofit educational group and screening venue for independent film and video.
A nonprofit educational group and screening venue for independent film and video. This center often shows genuinely strange art films and videos, particularly during their frequent 'open screenings' (you bring it, they'll show it). Don't miss the intriguing window displays.
992 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA, United States
A breeding ground for new performance, playwriting workshops, performances, a youth program, and classes
An independent art-film theatre, with some of the best features shown in the country
Named for the Spanish evangelical Mission San Francisco de Asis, the Mission District was once the working-class neighborhood of San Francisco and home to Latin American immigrant families
The oldest building in San Francisco and one of the many Spanish missions in California, the white, intricately decorated towers of Mission Dolores tower over the neighborhood
Can be found all around the Mission neighborhood, especially on 24th street, east of Mission Street
An alley full of incredible murals between 24th and 25th Street
Opened in 1970, the non-profit gallery specializes in Chicano/Latino art
Lincart exhibits contemporary fine art and design at their gallery
The Castro District in Eureka Valley was one of the first gay neighborhoods in the United States, and continues to be a beacon in the fight for equal rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community