This 1,350 square-foot ADA compliant multipurpose gallery/performance space is a fluid, flexible environment for gathering and interacting. Activities range from exhibits, performances, and film showings to classes, meetings and receptions. Located in the lively North Beach Chinatown and Historic Manilatown district, with a Walking Score of 100 and a Transit Score of 100, our space is also close to public transportation and several reasonably priced parking lots. Hourly Use Fee includes a dedicated staff person to assist in event set up and break down and to run our Audio/Visual equipment. It also includes the use of our WiFi, Audio/Visual equipment, tables and chairs.
Public Events: All events open to the general public must list our organization as a co-sponsor. Our organization must also be provided with a copy of any and all fliers or invites produced prior to public distribution. This requirement is not required for private events. Maintenance/Janitorial Service: Please discard your recyclables and waste in designated waste and recycling bins. Events requiring extra janitorial service need to be arranged with staff and will be charged an extra fee. Set –Up and Break –Down: Please allow an hour for set-up and at least an hour for break down. The space must be left in the condition found. ALL Events must be over by 10pm. Alcohol Policy: Alcohol can never be sold at this space and alcohol cannot be served to minors. Dedicated staff must be available to pour alcohol in plastic cups for guests, and alcohol cannot be served in bottles. Special Daily Liquor Licenses are required anytime there is beer,wine or distilled spirits being served. For more information on how to apply for a one day license, please visit the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control at: www.abc.ca.gov. Unauthorized Activity: 1. Collecting funds for private profit or commercial gain. 2. Events promoting individual political figures or candidates. 3. Posting or distributing flyers without prior consent from our organization. 4. Disrupting programs and/or activities. 5. Defacing, damaging, stealing or destroying property. 6. Physically or verbally threatening, fighting or harassing any person. 7. Using open flames without our authorization (includes lighted candles, incense, chafing-dish Sterno(s) and any propane or butane fueled appliances). 8. Smoking inside of building. 9. Shaving, bathing or sleeping in public restrooms or in any other part of the space. 10. Pets or animals are not allowed in the building other than assistive animals for people with disabilities. 11. Any activity that is deemed in violation of federal, state, city or county laws, codes or ordinances.
It was incredible working with Caroline, Jibril and all the peerspace support team. The location was perfect for our event, the staff was incredibly flexible about accommodating all of our needs, and I would highly recommend this venue for other meetings, especially if you have a social justice or community orientation.
Great space! Carlos was awesome and extremely helpful in taking care of setup. Well kept. Well lit. Excellent. My only feedback is I wish we had known it was a government museum before hand.
We were very happy with our experience. We were on a tight timeline, and everyone was very responsive to our needs. Carlos was amazing in the set up help, and our workshop went off without a hitch! Thanks!
The space suited our purpose for an offsite meeting, but the host Carlos was a little "rough around the edges" as one guest put it. He insisted that we needed to clear out an hour before our reservation ended so they could clean up for the next event and he kept making comments on our presenters to our guests. Caroline helped us with the reservation problems, but we won't be booking this space again.
The Peerspace team was helpful and prompt with any of my questions or concerns. The day of coordinators were extremely helped in making sure everything went smoothly and we would love to use this venue again.