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Founded in 1972 by filmmaker, theatre artist Larry Reed, ShadowLight Productions’ mission is to expose the general public to shadow theater and other art forms. The means of providing such exposure includes but is not limited to live performances, film, and other media. Using our innovative shadow casting technique, we create works that reflect the diversity and complexity of the modern world.
Center for New Music
The Center for New Music San Francisco, Inc. is a community center for participants of new music in San Francisco. The Center serves the practitioners of creative, non-commercial music by providing the resources they need, including space to work, rehearse, and perform, access to a like-minded community, and access to media resources.
Bloom Where You Are Planted: Discover connections with others and the natural world through work and play in urban gardens and puppet theatre. All ages and abilities accessible.
Community Music Center
Community Music Center’s mission is to make music accessible to people of all ages, musical levels, and financial backgrounds.
San Francisco Girls Chorus
The mission of the San Francisco Girls Chorus is to create outstanding performances featuring the unique and compelling sound of young women’s voices through an exemplary music education program.
GLIDE's mission is to create a radically inclusive, just and loving community mobilized to alleviate suffering and break the cycles of poverty and marginalization.
Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center
TEL HI’s mission is to enhance the lives of the people in our community.
Concrn aims to become a social service network connecting our clients-individuals suffering from homelessness, mental illness, and/or substance abuse with trained outreach teams. Teams will make an effort to bridge the gap between individuals in need and local service providers, support groups, and family members. We additionally offer ongoing case management in order to encourage clients to follow through with connecting and maintaining their connections to support services.
The Tenderloin Museum celebrates the rich history of one of San Francisco's most misunderstood neighborhood. The 31 blocks of the Tenderloin district are the beating heart of the city peopled by immigrants and iconoclasts, artists and activists, sinners and saints. Visit the Tenderloin Museum today and encounter a kaleidoscopic American city in all its grit and glory.