The SFAC Main Gallery is getting a new home!
In 2015 we will reopen our Main Gallery in a new 4400 sq. ft. gallery space. We look forward to involving the community in planning sessions that will help us define the next stage of San Francisco's municipal gallery program. In the meantime, we'll continue our ambitious programming in SF City Hall and our Grove Street Window Installation Site.
Located in the heart of San Francisco’s Civic Center, the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery makes contemporary art accessible to broad audiences through curated exhibitions that both reflect our regional diversity and position Bay Area visual art production within an international contemporary art landscape. By commissioning new works, collaborating with arts and community organizations and supporting artist’s projects, the SFAC Gallery’s programs provide new and challenging opportunities for contemporary art to engage with a civic dialogue.
The SFAC Gallery was founded in 1970 and is the exhibitions program of the San Francisco Arts Commission, the arts agency of the City and County of San Francisco.
There are three program sites - 401 Van Ness Avenue, 155 Grove Street, and Art at City Hall