Keep the arts alive in San Francisco
San Francisco is a city built on art.
A city where the Stock Exchange boasts a Diego Rivera mural, where the first art school opened only 20 years after the Gold Rush, where the Beats emerged from the counterculture to transform an entire generation.
A love of the arts may run deep in our city, but the arts don’t stay alive by themselves. They need support. They need audiences. And more than ever, they need a home.
The Presidio Theatre provides a space for the performing arts in an increasingly expensive city. We rely on the generous support of people like you to continue on our mission.
Image by David Charnack, courtesy of Sintonía.