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In 1981, the Orpheum Theatre opened under new management with the hilarious musical The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Sixteen years later, a massive and privately funded renovation took place at the Orpheum, unveiling an ornate and stunning theater that has become synonymous with elegance in San Francisco. Blockbuster musicals have been housed here, and continues with its tradition of entertaining and inspiring awe in its audiences.
Large and spacious, the Folsom Street Foundry is a versatile event space that hosts a plethora of local concerts, art exhibitions and hosts game nights. It also doubles up as a bar, serving beers and wine to its adoring visitors. Designed with industrial-chic interiors that lend it the expansive look of a large living room den, the Folsom Street Foundry also features television screens in its confines, ideal for watching sports games. You can choose to plop yourself on the couch or head over to nearby tables to play ping pong or beer pong! Whatever you do, Folsom Street Foundry has something for everyone that walks in.
Asian Art Museum is een van de grootste musea van de westerse wereld, helemaal exclusief geweid aan Aziatische kunst. De collectie bestaat uit bijna 15.000 schatten die 6000 jaar geschiedenis overspannen en die representatief zijn voor alle culturen in Azië. De geroemde architect Gae Aulenti overzag de dramatische transformatie van het gebouw. Het bevat nu 3700 vierkant meter. van galerij ruimte, waardoor het museum beter is staat is om zijn missie om een diverse wereldlijk publiek het unieke materiaal esthetische en intellectuele prestaties van Aziatische kunst en cultuur, te verwezenlijken. Zie de website voor speciale evenementen en meer.
Enjoying a splendid location in the bustling Mission District of the city, Public Works is an event and non-profit community space which is just what the people needed. A perfect space for artists to meet and network at the workshop, they can also host exhibitions at the gallery. Community events like charity drives, galas and festivals are celebrated often while the in-house bar welcomes all with its laid back vibe. Public Works is all about San Francisco's underground scene.
The Roll Up Gallery is housed inside the Public Works San Francisco in Mission District. A modern art space, up and coming artists display their creative works at this venue. An ideal creative outlet for artists, the gallery sees exhibits right from photography, paintings to sculpture and animations. Visits to the gallery can be made through prior appointments only.