San Francisco Filipino Cultural Center

San Francisco Filipino Cultural Center

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The San Francisco Filipino Cultural Center (SFFCC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to celebrate, through arts and culturally sensitive programming, the Filipino community’s past, present and future contributions to the City of San Francisco.

Our objective is to preserve, engage, and promote the Filipino community by creating a space for Filipino arts and culture and the facilitation of exhibits, performances, special events, and community-oriented programs and services. 

The SFFCC includes gallery space, a flexible and intimate staging area with retractable seating to allow for various uses, a multipurpose space that can be presented in a café setting, along with a gift shop and professional offices and conference center. 

Located at 814 Mission Street, off the corner of Fourth Street and Mission Street, the SFFCC is within walking distance of the SF Museum of Modern Art, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Museum of the African Diaspora, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the upcoming Mexican Museum, placing it within a nexus of cultural events and activities in San Francisco.

Housed in the historic Bulletin Building, the SFFCC is situated between the San Francisco Center and Westfield Centre/SF and near the Metreon cinema and retail complex. 


San Francisco Filipino Cultural Center
814 Mission Street, Mezzanine
San Francisco, CA 94103

(415) 534-8318

Getting to SFCCC

BART or MUNI to the Powell Street Station then walk down 4th Street to Mission Street. Get directions.

MUNI and SamTrans buses stop at 4th & Mission Streets. Get directions.

Parking is available at Fifth & Mission Parking Garage across the street from SFFCC. Get driving directions.


What We Offer

Housed in the historic Bulletin Building, this 9,000 square feet of dedicated mezzanine floor, is located in the heart of the South of Market Area of San Francisco, a gathering place for educational, aesthetic and intellectual experiences and appreciation of the City’s diverse cultural experience. 

SFFCC exhibition space

Education/Public Programs

The SFFCC presents a modular venue offering exhibitions and intimate performances, as well as science and tech fairs, lectures and workshops, demonstrations, readings, film screenings, and other educational programs. 

SFFCC Conference Center

Conference Center

The SFFCC's cultural offices are located on the Mission Street side of the Mezzanine Level. The Conference Center is situated near the Grand Entrance at the top of the walk-up stairs from Mission Street. 

SFFCC event space

Event Rentals

The Exhibit and Event Space with a seating capacity of approximately 265 guests is available for rent to the public for a variety of uses, including galleries, exhibitions, meetings or social events. Food service, chairs, tables and labor are additional costs.


Floor plan of the San Francisco Filipino Cultural Center