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Passport Home Base / Will Call: Portsmouth Square (Upper Level), Chinatown
Passport is San Francisco's premiere DIY art collecting experience! For the eighth year of the San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries signature annual event, we invite you to celebrate the vibrant Chinatown neighborhood by supporting local businesses while collecting "passport" stamps from hot local artists in your limited edition customized journal.
Participating Artists: Kayan Cheung-Miaw, Richard Colman, Dragon School, Ala Ebtekar, Adam Feibelman, Mik Gaspay, Tanja Geis, Cathy Lu, Terry Luk, Monica Lundy, Mads Lynnerup, Golbanou Moghaddas, Ramekon O'Arwisters, Johanna Poethig, Xiaoxiao Zeng, Julia Goodman, and a stamp by Hung Liu.
Participating host venues: Chinese Culture Center, Chinese Historical Society, Dragon Seed Bridal, Clarion Music Center, Hang Ah Dim Sum Tea House, iCafe, I-Hotel/Manilatown Heritage Foundation, Legion, Victor Tung Couture, 41 Ross, Shangri-La Gifts, Stylers Art Gallery, The Great Star Theater, and Ying Hobbies & Toys.
Presented in Partnership with: Invest in Neighborhoods
About SFAC Galleries
Located in the heart of San Francisco's Civic Center, the San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries 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 Galleries' programs provide new and challenging opportunities for contemporary art to engage with a civic dialogue. The SFAC Galleries 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.
The San Francisco Arts Commission is the City agency that champions the arts in San Francisco. We believe that a creative cultural environment is essential to the City's well-being. Our programs integrate the arts into all aspects of City life. The Commission was established by charter in 1932 (Charter sections 5.103 and 16.106).