A Place to Create and Experiment
Space 124 is an affordable short and long-term residency space for artists to explore the edges of the possible. We support local and diverse artists and help arts education programs thrive.
Nested within Project Artaud, a 50-year-old experimental live/work arts co-operative that birthed Theater Artaud and Southern Exposure Art Gallery in the 1970s, SPACE 124 is the most recent project space to thrive in our compound. We proudly serve our Mission District neighborhood, arts educators, and local, national and international artists who otherwise would not have access to affordable space in San Francisco.
SPACE 124 hosts short and long-term residencies, provides arts programming and technical support, and collaborates with resident dancers, visual and sound artists, filmmakers, sculptors, poets, and playwrights (amongst others) to realize their dreams. Since 2015, local and regional artists have utilized SPACE 124 for rehearsals, collaborations, productions, performances, gallery shows, build-outs, and projects of all kinds.