Galleries in Glen Park


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  • Qoio
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    4068 24th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
    For almost 40 years, Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts has had a full dance card, acting as the omnibus educational center for a thriving, bilingual Latin American community far beyond the immediate neighborhood. Whether it’s murals, graphic arts, Carnaval floats, capoeira classes, salsa-merengue classes, mentoring to at-risk youth or simply renting out gallery space for the community’s own purposes, MCCLA’s calendar is bursting with programming for everyone. In an era without state support for the arts and amidst an ever-gentrifying Mission, MCCLA enjoys a magical combination of paid staff and volunteers who keeps this treasured institution relevant and ahead of the curve. It’s part summer camp, part Kennedy Center.
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    2868 Mission St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mixcoatl
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    3201 24th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Scary Cow Productions
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    584 Castro St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Back to the Picture
    Like a portrait museum whose curator has gone a bit nutty, Back to the Picture on Valencia Street has but a few inches of blank wall space to spare. Along with its sister shop in SoMa, this artsy frame shop that doubles as a gallery has been gilding the lily that is San Francisco's art for almost 30 years. The process of selecting the best frame for a valuable canvas can be an expensive ordeal, but Back to the Picture's Randy Figueres substitutes anxiety for thoughtfulness, offering solid advice on the fine points of home decorating, plus expert knowledge on how best to mount that fragile antique photograph.
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    934 Valencia Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Babaloons and Tunes
    Babaloons & Tunes Singing Telegram's staff of expert performing messengers crafts custom communications for unsuspecting significant others, close friends, or birthday celebrants. Upon finding its addressee after a diligent search, Gorilla in a Tutu—the company’s most popular character—celebrates with a victory dance. The elegantly costumed ape then supplies each honored guest with a 36-inch mylar balloon, a tiara or hat, and a party horn, whose sound can summon Jane Goodall from up to 1,000 miles away. After serenading his recipient with a personalized song and conjuring a confetti rainfall, Gorilla in a Tutu reads personalized messages aloud, and, for telegrams delivered on Valentine's Day, a special mug brimming with chocolates. For an additional fee, customers can upgrade to one of Babaloons & Tunes Singing Telegram's extensive selection of other characters such as a classic tuxedoed messenger, Marilyn Monroe, Cupid, or a messenger dressed in drag.
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    3675 19th St
    San Francisco, CA US
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