350 O'Shaughnessy Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94127
Free parking for 30 cars adjacent to the clubhouse
Bus Line: # 44 stops at the front of the clubhouse
Fall classes open for enrollment.
Fall classes open for enrollment
Help us expand our programs at check out.
Don't forget to add your model fee to your cart.
Don't forget to add your clay to your cart.
All classes will continue to require masks and social distancing until further notice. Your Covid-19 vaccination status will be checked first day of class and proof of a booster shot is now required.
Thank you in advance for your generous donation that supports an inclusive arts education space in San Francisco.
Send your Tax-deductible Donations to Fort Mason Artists :
— Online at Donate to Fort Mason Artists
— Send a check written to
Fort Mason Artists
301 Holly Park Cir
San Francisco, CA 94110
— Fort Mason Artists is a California nonprofit corporation exempt from federal tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service # 85-3213910
Your generous donation will go toward building improvements and initial rents until our memberships sustain the building with artist work-space and class fees. If you are interested in securing a studio membership please let us know at your earliest convenience.
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Established by working artists and art teachers who were located in historic Fort Mason Art and Cultural Center, FMA will provide adults, both young and senior art makers, of all levels of experience, with unbiased and affordable access to an innovative, safe and supportive learning environment.
Seeing a need to fill the void of recent closures and to feed the artistic spirit of San Francisco, Fort Mason Artists has established a non-profit in order to continue providing art workspace and classes. If you are creative and want space to work and learn in, come join our amazing community!
The Mission of the Fort Mason Artists nonprofit is to provide an art center with affordable educational opportunities, and safe and reliable work and exhibition space. We will teach advance skills in a host of media, engaging all ages in creative pursuits. Join us and unleash your creativity.
Some of us started at Fort Mason in the ‘70s when Fort Mason Art Center opened its doors as a part of S.F. Community Education; others joined when City College moved in offering credit and non-credit art classes in the early ‘90s.