3320 18th Street
San Francisco, CA
Cushion Works is an exhibition space in San Francisco’s Mission District dedicated to the presentation of uniquely off-center artists, artworks, artifacts, and ideas across varied media. It was founded in 2015.
Please note our new open hours: Thursday 2–5pm, Saturday 2–5pm, and by appointment.
Cushion Works is wheelchair accessible, though its bathrooms are not. Cushion Works acknowledges that it occupies traditional land of the Ohlone peoples. Forever free unless otherwise noted.
Subscribe to our newsletter. For more information, or to reserve a special appointment, email email@example.com. For an overview of our project, please consult Theadora Walsh’s Lost & Found, from 2023.
Cushion Works is made possible by the sale of artworks, independent curatorial income of its founder, and kindness of its landlord and namesake, www.cushionworks.net. Cushion Works is presently looking after artists Brett Goodroad and Grace Rosario Perkins.
Logo fashioned by M.T. Giddings.