Entertainment in The Haight, San Francisco


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  • Artists'television Access
    Five Things to Know About Artists’ Television Access Artists’ Television Access cultivates the work of creatives who trade in film, photographs, paint, and other mediums. The nonprofit organization has thrived for over three decades, with roots that stretch back to a collection of artists coming together in 1983 to produce work for local television. Here’s more on their creative collective: They still broadcast weekly. Every Sunday at midnight, you can catch about 30 minutes of ATA’s original artist work on cable; you can even mail in your own submissions (though that makes it extra hard to avoid spoilers). ATA also screens in person. Seating about 45, the screening room shows independent films and other media. The screening room doubles as an art gallery. Photos, paintings, and other large-format works hang above the seats. You don’t have to go inside to view art. ATA maintains a display space in its front window. They’re always looking for volunteers. Commit at least four hours a week, and you can come to the shows for free.
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    992 Valencia St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Letterman Digital Arts Center
    At Letterman Digital Arts Center, you can enjoy a classic American burger or sandwich. On warmer days, you can take advantage of Letterman Digital Arts Center's al fresco patio seating. Free wireless Internet is also available at Letterman Digital Arts Center, so bring your tablet or laptop along. The food is prepared and packaged, just waiting for your pickup. Parking by the restaurant is a breeze, so feel free to bring your own set of wheels. For those who travel by bike, Letterman Digital Arts Center offers bike racks for diners. You can take it easy on your wallet at Letterman Digital Arts Center — prices are generally less than $30 per person.
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    1 Letterman Dr
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Art of DJing
    Operating out of Washburn Studio, DJ Chucky Brown of The Art of DJing trains his students when to rock the party and when to recognize that the party is happening inside a lifeboat. ?You throw bait out,? he says, recognizing that different crowds, such as indie dance rock and Top 40 audiences, require different tunes. ?If you start with Azari and nothing happens, throw out some Datarock or LCD Soundsystem; or if you start with Daft Punk, then throw out some Usher, Calvin Harris, or Madonna.? Brown imparts this encyclopedic knowledge of music in private, small-group, and large-scale classes, where his charges learn how to mix, scratch, and reinvent on the fly. On Brown?s student mixes page, visitors can listen to mash-ups and mixtapes created by his former pupils. The DJ has even performed for several of the artists sampled by his students and himself, having spun at events thrown by Elton John, Missy Elliot, and Justin Timberlake.
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    9 Grace Street
    San Francisco, CA US