I am thrilled to announce that after a long search we have recently leased an additional, larger studio space! The new location is just 1 mile from our current location.
Please join us for a Studio Warming Open House Party to check out the new space and enjoy some refreshments on Sunday July 6, 2pm-6pm!
1045 17th Street, San Francisco, California
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The walls have just been painted (Benjamin Moore, Sparrow AF-720) and we are currently building out a kitchen/lounge area, as well as installing keypad-keyfob door access, plus shades for the skylights. We are still keeping the current Bryant Street location as well.
The new space is over 3200 square feet (our Bryant Street studio is 1800 square feet). It has high ceilings, north light windows and skylights throughout, plus beautiful dark wood ceiling beams. Best of all, we will have a Figure studio in a completely separate room from the Still Life and Cast studios, so we can run classes concurrently and we won’t have to rearrange the space daily as we do now.
The new space is just a mile east from our current space, at 17th and Pennsylvania Ave, in the Mission Bay neighborhood.
The address is 1045 17th Street, cross street Mississippi.
We will be setting up the new space over the summer and classes will begin classes at the new space in August and September. Most summer workshops will still take place at Bryant street, but my workshop, Daniel Keys, Katie Whipple, and Felicia Forte’s workshops will be at the new studio.
Parking and Transportation
There is available street parking in the immediate blocks around the studio which is free all day. So far we have always been able to find a spot within a block of the studio, even at peak business hours. There is also plenty of free 2-hour Residential street parking within a couple blocks of the studio.
Public transportation: The studio is accessible by the Caltrain commuter rail, the 3rd Street Muni light rail, and the #22 bus
NEW Extended Hours!
Still Life and Cast students now have access to the studio from 9am to 5pm on their designated studio days, so students can come in and work on ongoing projects in addition to the regular instructed hours.