Nabiel Musleh

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Commissioner
Visual Arts

Nabiel Musleh has carved a deep niche in San Francisco culture and nightlife. From creating large-scale experiential installations to bringing new, unique dining experiences to our city, Mr. Musleh has had a broad impact. His work manifests innovative ideas into cultural movements at the crossroads of taste, feel and experience. 

Nabiel firmly believes that art, music, technology, lighting and the social being converge side-by-side and through these values, he has owned and operated successful restaurants, bars, nightclubs, cafés and retail businesses. Nabiel created what became San

Nabiel Musleh has carved a deep niche in San Francisco culture and nightlife. From creating large-scale experiential installations to bringing new, unique dining experiences to our city, Mr. Musleh has had a broad impact. His work manifests innovative ideas into cultural movements at the crossroads of taste, feel and experience. 

Nabiel firmly believes that art, music, technology, lighting and the social being converge side-by-side and through these values, he has owned and operated successful restaurants, bars, nightclubs, cafés and retail businesses. Nabiel created what became San Francisco’s largest and longest running nightclubs, hosting over 200 parties each year. His events expanded to Mexico, Ibiza and Miami, borne from a clear love for creating memorable, immersive experiences. 

Before being appointed by Mayor London N. Breed to the Arts Commission, he served on her transition team for Arts and Tourism of San Francisco. He serves on the board of Immersive Environments, Burning Man / the Black Rock Arts City Foundation and the Greater Rincon Hill Community Benefit District.

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San Francisco War Memorial Veterans Building
401 Van Ness Avenue
Suite 325
San Francisco, CA 94102

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