Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco

The Chinese Culture Foundation was established in 1965 during the Civil Rights era. Our mission is to spark intercultural discovery through art, education and engagement. Its primary program site is the Chinese Culture Center, located at 750 Kearny St. in San Francisco. It has a pop-up gallery in Ross Alley and has curated exhibitions at YBCA, Asian Art Museum, Berkeley Art Museum, Miami Beach Urban Studios, Silicon Valley Asian Art Center, Hangzhou and New York.

Over 60,000 constituents engaged in our programming this past year, about 40% are neighborhood residents, the other are comprised of Bay Area residents as well as national and international visitors. We have engaged with a growing international audience through our trailblazing art exhibits while developing deep ties in the community through educational activities.

The Foundation is recognized as a successful pillar organization in the City, and is poised to advance to the next level of effectiveness by becoming a leader in the arena of art and cultural interchange on a national and international level. - See more at: http://www.c-c-c.org/join-the-ccc-team/#sthash.vmUwmOqX.dpuf

Mission Statement

The mission of the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco is to spark intercultural discovery through art, education and engagement


The Details

(37.79519,-122.40441)
 
  • Address
    750 Kearny Street, 3rd Floor(inside the Hilton Hotel)San Francisco, CA 94108
  • Contact
    • Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco
  • Phone
    • (415) 986-1822
  • Fax
    • (415) 986-2825
  • Website
  • Interest Area
    • Arts & Culture, Community, Education & Literacy, Race & Ethnicity

Average Review 1 reviews

Would you recommend Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco?

by Cara D. (August 13, 2013)
I would highly recommend volunteering at the Chinese Cultural Center. If you want to be in engaged and involved with a community organization that promotes local artists, shares artwork from around the world and organizes dynamic cultural events, then you should look at the Chinese Culture Center. My time volunteering at the CCC (Chinese Culture Center) not only enabled me to learn about more about emerging artists but also gave me first hand experience in working behind the scenes experience on a gallery opening. In addition, the staff, interns and volunteers are really welcoming and really help you set goals during your volunteer or internship experience.
 

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