The Haight Street Art Center’s latest exhibition is “Light by Bill Ham: One Time, One Chance,” which features almost 40 acrylic-on-canvas paintings from the past five years by artist Bill Ham. To commemorate the show, a limited-edition screen print of one of Ham’s painting, printed on Swirl3 foil donated by Exceptional Papers, is available at […]
Haight Street Art Center
We could not be happier to welcome Conscious Alliance to the 2022 Festival of Rock Posters on October 15. Look for them in the Haight Street Art Center courtyard on your left, just before you enter the Hall of Flowers. This year, Conscious Alliance is celebrating its 20th anniversary of “Art That Feeds” food drives. […]
We are very pleased to announce that for 2022, the Haight Street Art Center will be joining TRPS at the Festival of Rock Posters. In fact, thanks to HSAC, our annual show has expanded into the courtyard between the main gate and the Hall of Flowers itself. This extra space has allowed us to include more […]
As a teenager growing up in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood during the mid-1960s, Mari Tepper might have been just another poster child for that colorful decade. Instead, Tepper designed many of the posters that defined it. Today, Tepper is best known to most rock-poster collectors for those posters, which were widely distributed from 1966 to […]
“Grand Legacy: Levon Mosgofian & Tea Lautrec Litho, Radical Roots & Rock Art” continues through November at the Haight Street Art Center.
Given the mission of the Haight Street Art Center to promote the “advancement of poster art and artists,“ it’s perhaps fitting that HSAC’s latest exhibition, “Queer Visions,” now on view through August 15, opens with a display of posters. The sheets in question are by an artist named Todd Trexler, who, in the early 1970s, […]