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Artists' Television Access, San Francisco

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.


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About Artists' Television Access

 992 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

 +1 415-824-3890

 www.atasite.org

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