San Francisco Women Artists (SFWA)

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Place Category: GalleryPlace Tags: Places in CA and SF Bay Area Places

  • Description

    An art organization that promotes women in the arts, encouraging young female artists, and creating cultural relationships between creators and the public. The gallery showcases artworks of more than 140 women artists, including paintings, sculptures, photographs, jewelry, and ceramics.
    San Francisco Women Artists is the oldest art organization in California.
    It was founded in 1887 as a sketch club for women artists who shared their work and critique with one another.
    Visitors can enjoy changing exhibits, such as ‘World Of Abstraction’ and ‘Small Presents’, and also participate in classes, workshops, and community events.

    San Francisco Women Artists 'Meet the Artist' Series: Dawn Ming

    San Francisco Women Artists Gallery is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of women in the visual arts. The 'Meet the Artist' series is designed to give you a glimpse into the lives and artwork of our member artists.

    For more information, please visit our website:
    Or visit us at the gallery: 3489 Sacramento St (@Laurel), SF, CA 94118

    Producer: Christine Owner
    Videographer: Holly Peth
    Editor: John Campbell at Blind Eye Video
    Production Assistants: Jess Zepeda, Curt Carlson
  • More Info
    Address: 647 Irving St, San Francisco, CA 94122.
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  • Photo credit - WWP team