SAFEhouse Arts Celebrates Grand Opening, Nov 18th

 
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SAFEhouse Arts celebrates the grand opening of their new space (145 Eddy Street) in the heart of the Tenderloin's theater district with live performances, drinks and an all out dance party.  Purchase tickets (starting at $10) for the grand opening here. Check out the full slate of upcoming events, including workshops, here.

For more, check out the recent write up on Hoodline.

From SAFEhouse Arts:

SAFEhouse (Saving Arts from Extinction) for the Performing Arts is an artist's cooperative with a special focus on contemporary dance and provides creative space for a diverse range of Bay Area artists through residencies, events, skill-building and leadership. Our work is dedicated to promoting arts education and building a vibrant and inclusive San Francisco arts community. 

In 2017, SAFEhouse Arts signed a 15-year lease to open a new venue at 145 Eddy St., in the heart of San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. Funding for the new venue was provided by the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development, Grants for the Arts, the Northern California Community Loan Fund, the Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST) and the SF Arts Commission.