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The Taube Atrium Theater is nestled inside the opulent building of San Francisco War Memorial. The theater was named after California Businessman, philanthropist and San Francisco Opera Board Member Tad Taube and his wife Dianne. Inaugurated in 2016, the space is painted in a light grey tone with carved walls and a hazy, circular skylight on the ceiling. With minimalist architecture and a distinct grey theme, the place has a calm vibe. Equipped with modern sound and light systems, it is a perfect blend of contemporary and traditional. Since it is a flexible space, it is used for a variety of smaller concerts and operas.
Decked out in ivory and gold leaf ceilings, chandeliers, glass doors and a built in wet-bar, the Green Room a former World War I veterans lounge holds lectures, large receptions and concerts. It's also used as a popular site for shooting movies, dinner receptions and fashion photography.
San Francisco Arts Commission Main Gallery is one of the finest places to visit to observe intricate contemporary art forms from all over the world. They either showcase the already existing art forms in the gallery, or are even open to accepting new forms if you want to showcase your talent and works. Founded in 1932, the gallery has been showcasing world renowned artists and their pristine artworks. Catering to more than 4000 local/international artists, there has been more than 480 exhibitions that have taken place over the years. They try to procure art forms that coincide with a social message to inculcate the habit of getting into arts.
The Herbst Theatre is part of the War Memorial & Performing Arts Center located across the street from San Francisco's stunning City Hall. Herbst plays host to a plethora of cultural events ranging from lectures and discussions (by the likes of Ricky Jay and Dave Eggers) to full-on rock concerts (by such luminaries as Ryan Adams and Beirut). It features a 928-seat recital hall as well as murals painted by renowned artist Frank Brangwyn for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915 in San Francisco.
San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans-gender (LGBT) Community Center serves the marginalized communities in almost all realms of important social aspects. The center's most important agenda include employment, children & family, health, art & culture and strengthening of community network. LGBT Center strives towards rendering community services to people who are relegated an unequal and unfair strata in society owing to their gender and sexual orientation. Several meetings and events are held here every month for the aid of those in need. The center also rents rooms to it's members.