Art therapy in the Tenderloin

Paige Bierma

The Community Arts Program in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District offers free art studio space and supplies — as well as a place to get off the streets and get creative — to more than 30 people per day, five days a week. It is run by Hospitality House, a non-profit that has served the homeless and low-income populations of the Tenderloin since 1967. Hospitality House is funded by grants from government agencies and non-profit foundations and by donations from individuals.

Art Therapy in the Tenderloin from Paige Bierma on Vimeo.

Additional information:
Community Arts Program
146 Leavenworth St. at Turk
Open: M-W-F, 1-6 pm
Tues & thurs, 10am-3pm

Link to the program:
www.hospitalityhouse.org

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Paige Bierma

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