2020 – A LEAP YEAR
An All Bay Area Artists Exhibition
Images, clockwise from top left: Mary Andersen, Dilcia Giron, Valerie Corvin
January Juror Choices
Images, clockwise from left: Dilcia Giron, Jane Sneed, Kerry Campell.
A sampling from SFWA artistsFeatured Ceramics, Glass and Sculpture
Two favorite artworks of gallery visitors are the brightly painted benches featured in our Main Gallery. Each of these bench projects was funded by the three grants awarded SFWA by the SF Grants for the Arts. The benches were constructed by the Public Bench Project LINK and then painted by two of our artists Nathalie Fabri and Renee McKenna. Pictured is Nathalie.
Become a Member of the SFWA Community
San Francisco Women Artists, a historic nonprofit arts organization, continues to support and promote the talents of Bay Area artists, provides exhibition opportunities and offers an inviting space for the community to experience art. SFWA welcomes all Bay Area artists and remains firmly committed to promoting equity in the arts for all people.
The SFWA Gallery, located in the City’s vibrant Inner Sunset, features contemporary art, hand-crafted jewelry, ceramics and glass art.
Your membership in SFWA brings you into its active and supportive art community, exhibits your work in monthly themed shows showcasing juried art, holds various events for networking, and also offers affordable wall space rental for individual shows of multiple works. Your membership also affords you the opportunity to volunteer, gaining experience and knowledge in gallery operations, a variety of contemporary art mediums, and art sales techniques.
Scholarships are available to art students and Bay Area artists.
New Membership Applications are invited.
Entry Deadline: FEBRUARY 1 Show: MARCH 3 – APRIL 4 San Francisco Women Artists (SFWA) invites all Bay Area artists (male and female) to submit work for this juried exhibition. The theme for this show is “HIDDEN FIGURES” – Spinning off the film of the same name, think retro, women of color, mathematics and numbers. Also…
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ALMOST HALF WAY THERE! Dear Friends of SFWA, Historically a thriving mecca for artists, writers, and musicians, San Francisco once had affordable spaces for these artists to live, work, perform, or exhibit. Such places are rapidly disappearing. SFWA is one of the few remaining community-based art galleries in the City where local artists may show…
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