After closing their Fisherman’s Wharf spot with four years in operation under their belt. The business partners Alycia Piazza and James Capadona behind Art Attack SF, are making moves in the Castro.
Unlike the old space they once had, their newest installment includes high ceilings for bigger scale art, young and cultured foot traffic, and excitement of bringing in fresher talent on this side of the city.
Owner James Capadona told Hoodline, “The Castro is internationally recognized for its incredible community, freedom of expression, and vibrant culture. It’s hard to put into words just what it means for Art Attack SF to become a part of that by offering a creative space and celebrating the Arts. Since we’ve been working on Market Street, the local community has been so welcoming; we get lots of visitors stopping by asking about the space and we cannot wait to finally share it with them.”
The spaces next show, “Art Attacks Cancer”, will act as a fundraiser from all art sales to benefit the Kids & Art Foundation on April 21st through the 23rd. The line-up will consist of 20 artists and 5 new residents to the gallery, including the famed Jeremy Novy.
// 2358 Market, Castro, Art Attack SF will officially open to the public during the first weekend of April, starting on Saturday April 1st, from 11am-7pm.