DoReMi - San Francisco's vibrant art district
New San Francisco Art District: DoReMi
Exciting things are happening in and around Mission Bay as the neighborhood continues to grow and take on an identity uniquely its own. Case in point – a nearby arts district is emerging and catching the attention of the entire city and beyond. The new district, known as DoReMi, is developing into San Francisco’s premiere arts and design venue.
Home to some of the most intriguing art galleries and design-inspired studios in San Francisco, DoReMi, (Dogpatch, Potrero Hill, and Mission) is the talk of the town. It has grown quite a bit since its recent inception and now boasts numerous venues for all to enjoy. In a recent sfgate.com article it is described as the “fastest-growing art neighborhood in the history of San Francisco,” according to Catharine Clark, a native San Franciscan, 25-year gallery owner and cofounder of the district.
DoReMi has also garnered quite a bit of press with a detailed look at its emergence and presence in articles from the San Francisco Chronicle, SFGate.com and The Potrero View. Coupled with a diverse and amazing food scene, the district has all the makings for success as it embraces the artistic nature that is truly unique to San Francisco.
You can learn more and stay informed by following the Do.Re.Mi. Arts District Facebook page and, if you which to spend an afternoon or evening experiencing the district with friends, they have a map which showcases more than 50 creative spaces, galleries and studios to explore. An image of the map can be seen here.
So head a few blocks south and enjoy all that DoReMi has to offer. Enjoy!
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image credit: Do.Re.Mi. Arts District Facebook page