Asterisk San Francisco Storefront now Open!


On February 24th, Asterisk San Francisco opened the doors to our new HQ. Hundreds of art lovers and publishing fanatics joined the celebration in the lively 24th Street corridor of the Mission District. Honored guest artists Carissa Potter, Boris Jovanovic, Erik Otto and Trev Yoder attended the event where their new works are exhibited on the new gallery walls to meet and greet readers and followers. The group show featuring previously featured artists in the publication is open to the public wed-sat until March 24.

The opening event doubled as our new issue release - PEOPLE ISSUE to a great reception of local admirers, excited to see their local heroes highlighted in the new issue accompanied by fantastic drinks. (Compliments of King's Ginger and Black Bull Whisky from Anchor Distribution) Venga Empanadas provided us with cocktail sized empanadas to enjoy an evening of community, art and fun.

Many people have asked, why does a print and online magazine have an open office with gallery? The answer is, Why Not?
The HQ and Gallery is a manifestation of our love for the community and art. Instead of having a closed office we decided to share our space to our readers. At our HQ, you may stop by and talk with our editors about story ideas or worthwhile features about the city, submit artwork for our gallery and perhaps hold an event for your projects all in one space.

Our motto is, "Let's make great things happen". Lets means we want you to be part of it! In the next coming months we will be opening our space for pop-up shops of all kinds, gallery openings and small private events and workshops lead by you - our readers. We envision the magazine as a wheel to promote everything local and now we have a place you can come to do just that!

Visit Asterisk San Francisco and brainstorm with us at
3156 24th Street (at Shotwell)
San Francisco, CA 94110
Wed-Sat 11-7pmWed-Sat 11-7pm

For more information email

for artists submissions visit the gallery or email us!

Asterisk SF Gallery with Editor Jeremy Joven, Artist Boris Jovanovic and Curator Dorothy Santos Gallery AttendeesReaders of the People Issue enjoying complimentary drinks by King's Ginger and Black Bull Whisky

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