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701 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94103

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Regular Hours

Tue - Wed
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Thu - Sat
12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sun
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Fax: (415) 978-2787

General Info

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts was founded in 1993 and is Located in the Artistic rich city of San Francisco, Ca. YBCA is full of great program and events throughout the year which supports and highlights contemporary visual art, performance, and film/video representing diverse cultural and artistic perspectives.

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Mastercard, Amex, Visa, Jcb, Diners Club, Discover

Amenities

Ticket office, Movie Theater, Museum

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Parking: Lot

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  • the place for local, contemporary art
    10/26/2002

    Although SFMOMA houses modern art, I find it's exhibitions in general (with a few exceptions) stale. I usually leave in a bad mood with curses on my lips. In opposition (in viewpoint and location), you have YBCA. Not only does it house a gallery with current and local artists, but it shows films, sponsors theater and dance (see Lines Ballet), and almost anything else. YBCA gives the art world (that is still living) a voice. You may not like everything you see, but better yet it hasn't been filtered for your viewing pleasure. It's real.

  • Beautiful Space
    05/15/2002

    Amidst all the criticism San Francisco has gotten in recent years for the demise of its arts community, the construction of this beautiful arts center has been a huge addition to the city's cultural landscape. Not only does the center showcase quality experimental and traditional arts, but it is also a wonderful architectural landmark, despite its proximity to the aesthetically challenged Metreon complex.

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