San Francisco Art Institute - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama taken from the San Francisco Art Institute and the view from one of the upper levels. It also shows some of the unusual architectural aspects of the San Francisco Art Institute building. In the picture you can see over many of the buildings in North Beach, with Coit Tower to the east. Angel Island and Alcatraz can be seen in San Francisco Bay.
San Francisco Art Institute - FURTHER INFORMATION
San Francisco Art Institute - San Francisco visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'San Francisco Art Institute' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from California.
Founded in 1871, now one of America's oldest schools of higher education in art, the Art Institute has an illustrious role of alumni to its credit. Whilst a working academic campus, the building is also a visitor attraction hosting exhibits of art from the work of its students and visiting artists. There are several galleries with permanent and occasional exhibits, but amongst those on continual display is a mural by Diego Rivera. Faculties include fine arts, photography, film-making, new genres of digital media, sculpture and painting - all working to support the core mission to encourage creativity, critical thinking and innovation in art.
San Francisco Art Institute
800 Chestnut St
San Francisco, CA 94133
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Bus: Columbus Ave & Chestnut St (20, 30, 91)
Cable Car: Columbus Ave & Chestnut St, Hyde St & Chestnut St