ArtSpan offers Member artists numerous opportunities to exhibit their artwork throughout the year.
It is ArtSpan's mission to provide local artists with the equal opportunity to showcase their work and make direct connections to diverse audiences and patrons. Artists are invited to submit their artwork to ArtSpan's calls for entry, including our Juried Benefit Art Auction, Selections Juried Exhibition, and Art-in-Neighborhoods exhibitions throughout the city, among others.
*Calls for entry are open to current ArtSpan Artist Members only. Click HERE to login to your account and check the status of your membership. Click HERE to join as a new member.*
SF Southern Neighborhoods–Exhibitions December 2018
ArtSpan is looking for artists who live and/or work in San Francisco's southern neighborhoods, particularly the Excelsior and Portola districts who would like to show their work in exhibitions at [x]Space, Cumaica Cafe, and Ferment Drink Repeat Brewery in winter 2018 through early-spring, 2019.
INFO & SUBMIT: Click here
Studio Residency Program
ArtSpan's [x]Space Studio
APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 10, 11:59pm
LOCATION: xSpace, 5137 Mission Street
STUDIOS: $325 per month, approximately 100 square feet
AVAILABILITY: January 1–End of February 2019, with potential for extension.
DESCRIPTION: In September of 2018, ArtSpan launched 3 artist studios on the commercial corridor at Mission Street & Geneva Avenue as part of our partnership with Youth Art Exchange (YAX) that has created a pop-up art space on this commercial corridor. The Studio Residency program offers below market-rate studio spaces for a minimum two-month residency program at the former site of Chuck's Market at 5137 Mission Street.
FULL DETAILS & APPLICATION: Click here
SITE VISIT: ArtSpan will host a viewing of the studios on Sunday, December 8, 12pm-3pm. If you plan to attend, please email [email protected].
Artists must be current ArtSpan Members to be eligible for any of ArtSpan's Calls for Entry.
Please contact ArtSpan at [email protected] with any questions.