Hunter’s Point Shipyard Artists Private Studio Tour and Reception
Join ArtPoint for an exclusive tour of the workspace occupied by Hunter's Point Shipyard Artists (HPSA), an artist community located in San Francisco's historic naval shipyard of the same name. During this private event, guests enjoy a tour of the artists' studios, which are usually open to the public only four days a year.
The day begins with an introduction from Shipyard Trust for the Arts (STAR), the non-profit that supports the HPSA. Guests then enjoy a self-guided tour of the artists' studios, with exclusive one-on-one access to the artists and their artwork. Following the tour, guests convene in one of the studios for a private reception.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience the largest artists community in the country right in San Francisco's backyard.
Event Chair: Alexa Beaman
2 - 2:30 pm: Remarks
Building 101, Auditorium
Comments from ArtPoint and Shipyard Trust for the Arts (STAR) Board President with an intro to STAR. HPSA Stacey Carter gives Hunter's Point Shipyard historical overview.
2:30 - 4 pm: Self-Guided Tour
Self Guided tour of artists’ studios. Maps are handed out to tour attendees to help them navigate the building and find open studios for the event.
4 - 5 pm: Reception
Reception in artist’s studio with wine and hors d'oeuvres.
The Shipyard Trust for the Arts
The Shipyard Trust for the Arts (STAR) is the nonprofit organization of the Hunters Point Shipyard Artists, a studio community of more than 300 working artists and musicians in the historic naval shipyard in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood of San Francisco. STAR advocates for permanent affordable workspace for artists and creates connections to the Bayview Hunters Point community.
Arriving at Hunter's Point Shipyard
We recommend driving, carpooling, or taking Uber or Lyft to the event.
From Interstate 280 south
From 280, merge onto US Highway 1010 north (toward San Francisco Civic Center / Bay Bridge) and exit at Cesar Chavez Street East (Army Street East). Turn south on Evans Street. Proceed on Evans street for two miles; the name will then change to Innes Street. The shipyard gates are at the end of this road. Remember to bear left, toward the water, at all times. Parking attendants at the gate will guide you and provide programs and building maps.
From Interstate 280 north
Exit at Cesar Chavez Street (Army Street). Turn left off the exit ramp, take a right at the light, and then turn left onto Evans Street. Proceed on Evans Street for two miles; The shipyard gates are at the end of this road. Remember to bear left, toward the water, at all times. Parking attendants at the gate will guide you and provide programs and building maps.
From San Francisco
Head south on Third Street, going past Cesar Chavez Street. Turn left on Evans Street and follow Evans Street for two miles; the name will then change to Innes Street.