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Sanchez Art Center

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À propos de ce logement
The Sanchez Art Center is a non-profit organization. Funding comes from grants, donations, art classes, art sales, and art studio rentals. We rely on the volunteer efforts of our studio artists, members of the Art Guild of Pacifica, and the community.
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Conseils des habitants

February 18, 2019
9 minute drive. Art Guild of Pacifica, Stephen Johnson Photography, galleries, performing arts, concerts. Check website for schedule of events and ticket sales.
Bobbie And Gary
Bobbie And Gary
December 12, 2018
Art lovers, artists and community members and visitors of all ages interested to explore different perspectives, visit the lovely setting nestled in San Pedro Valley. The art center provides exhibitions by emerging and established California artists; education and outreach programs designed to…
May 12, 2016
Local and national art in 3 galleries
March 27, 2016
Opened on the Weekend, local artist gallery, weekend top name music venues.
December 18, 2014
A variety of musical groups and bands play here most Saturday evenings starting at 7:30 pm. Alternative to driving to SF for excellent music.

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1220 Linda Mar Boulevard
Pacifica, CA 94044
Téléphone+1 650-355-1894