Million Fishes

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Million Fishes was an incubation program in San Francisco, CA where emerging artist of visual art, filmmaking, choreography / dance, music, conceptual art, new media, interactive art, interarts, and writing can build the tools necessary to establish themselves as contributors of art. [1]

Location

2501 Bryant St.

Contact Information

info@millionfishes.com

Founders

Dates of Operation

2003–2012

Type of Space

Gallery/Event Space/Dance Studio

Community Served

local communities in the Mission District

Additional Information and Resources

"When the gallery became a live space, it made the street less attractive for drug dealing, but it also helped usher in the wave of gentrification that has now overtaken us." http://millionfishes.com/million-fishes-and-gentrification

About this Article

This article was originally created as part of SOMArts Cultural Center's Making a Scene: 50 Years of Alternative Bay Area Spaces. To learn how to add or edit content please visit the Bay Area Society for Art & Activism's online History Collection Lab.

Sources

  1. http://millionfishes.com/, 6-29-2015