SF workshops to help you DIY

This round-up focuses on workshops in San Francisco. If you’re in the East Bay, see our East Bay workshops to better oneself feature.
 
You don’t have to do-it-yourself by yourself; it can be so much more fun to get hands-on and learn a creative pastime in the company of other newbies. Curious about screen printing, painting, cooking, woodworking or writing poetry? Put the YouTube tutorial on pause and opt to get schooled and social at the same time.
 
Being self-reliant with a DIY ethos has become a lot easier with so many workshops launching new hobbies (er, obsessions) left and right. When you don’t have availability in your calendar to fit in an ongoing class, try a workshop at one of these BARTable educational experiences where you can focus on having a good time versus getting a good grade.
 
Gravel & Gold

This adorable and funky San Francisco boutique on the corner of 21st and Lexington Streets in the Mission is where you can find a broad selection of vibrant fashion, jewelry, trinkets and maker workshops.

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Gravel & Gold

24th St. Mission (SF)
Mission Gráfica

San Francisco’s Mission Gráfica Printmaking Studio has put the extremely in-demand and functional art of screen printing into the hands of many Bay Area locals at extremely affordable prices.

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Mission Gráfica

24th St. Mission (SF)
The Civic Kitchen

Founders Chris Bonomo and Chef Jen Nurse opened The Civic Kitchen in the Mission in 2017 to welcome amateur and ambitious cooks alike.

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The Civic Kitchen

24th St. Mission (SF)
The Grotto

What started out as a shared workspace by a few local writers 15 years ago has evolved into an empowering community and educational resource for writers of all levels.

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The Grotto

Montgomery St. (SF)

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