Arts organization steps up its game by providing a space for theater and dance in central market district. SAFEHouse for the Performing Arts (Saving Art From Extinction) announces the opening of SAFEHouseArts, a new 49-seat performance space in Central Market. After several years of contributing cultural programming to San Francisco’s Central Market neighborhood (24 Days of Central Market Arts and the monthly Central Market NOW), SAFEHouse is excited to have a new home in the heart of the city.
Founded in 2004, SAFEHouse is a non-profit arts presenting organization that supports residencies, workshops and performances for Bay Area performing artists. SAFEHouse operated The Garage Theater in SOMA from 2007-2014 and produces SPF (Summer Performance Festival) ODC Dance annually in July, and the West Wave Dance Festival. SAFEHouse’s new space at 1 Grove (formerly KUNST-STOFF arts) is 4,000 square feet and will present 200 performances a year and will host over 50 artists-in-residence annually.
Join SAFEHouse on Sun, Feb 22 for free classes and performances featuring Theatre Flamenco SF, Kinetech Arts and other SAFEHouse resident artists.