Western Worker Labor Heritage Festival

Join Clarion Alley Mural Project in our support for The Western Worker Labor Heritage Festival on Saturday September 16th. Throughout our history CAMP has been a vocal supporter of fair and equitable labor. In the lobby of the Redstone Labor Temple you can view CAMP’s series of murals depicting scenes from the labor movement.   […]

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COH – STREET SHEET – The Art Issue – September 2017

Check out the September 2017 issue of the Coalition On Homelessness’ STREET SHEET: The Art Issue that features an interview with CAMP co-directors Megan Wilson and Christopher Statton. The issue also highlights COH’s Thirty Years of Resistance, stories and interviews with Hospitality House, Oree Originol, and Micah Bazant; Joe Billup’s “Resistance Through Art: Where It’s Been […]

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Support the Coalition On Homelessness Art Auction 17

Please come out to help support the Coalition On Homelessness at its Art Auction 17!! There will be lots of great artwork to purchase, including works by many of CAMP’s artists! Coalition On Homelessness: When: Thursday, September 14th from 5:30pm–10:00 pm Where: SOMArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan St., San Francisco, CA 94103 Cost: Tickets start […]

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Art, politics and Instagram backdrops in San Francisco’s Clarion Alley

Peninsula Press BY LILA THULIN JULY 14, 2017 On Nov. 9, 2016, the day after the presidential election, 15 Bay Area artists-cum-activists sat down in a kitchen in San Francisco. Some of the younger ones, students at the San Francisco Arts Institute, struggled to find words to encompass their outrage and confusion over the election […]

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Contribute Artwork to Coalition On Homelessness Art Auction 17

ABOVE IMAGE: ArtAuction2015 Micah Bazant Marsha P. Johnson, 2015 Water Color / Digital Print ____________________________________________ COALITION ON HOMELESSNESS ART AUCTION 17 A Live & Silent Auction to benefit the work of the Coalition on Homelessness Thursday, September 14, 2017 SOMArts Cultural Center 934 Brannan Street San Francisco, CA Dear Artist and Advocate, On behalf of […]

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In/Visible: Nuclear Representation in Japan from Hiroshima to Fukushima

Image by 281_Anti nuke _____________________________________________ Check out the exhibition In/Visible: Nuclear Representation in Japan from Hiroshima to Fukishima, curated by CAMP Board Member Dr. Kyoko Sato, Associate Director of Stanford’s Program in Science, Technology, and Society (STS): Where: East Asia Library Stanford University 518 Memorial Way Palo Alto, CA When: June 6, 2016 – October 1, […]

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Flower Power!

CAMP co-director Megan Wilson talks about her latest mural projects as part of the Asian Art Museum’s exhibition Flower Power that opens June 21, 2016. As part of the exhibition Megan will be creating a new mural on Clarion Alley in July. She will also be collaborating with poet Maw Shein Win who will be […]

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Report from Yogyakarta Indonesia – February 26, 2017

Yogyakarta Indonesia, February 26, 2017 CAMP co-directors Megan Wilson and Christopher Statton are currently in Jogjakarta Indonesia planning the next international exchange Bangkit / Arise between San Francisco and Jogjakarta, co-curated and organized with Professor Nano Warsono, artist, curator, and professor of painting at ISI (Institut Seni Indonesia) and Professor Bambang Toko, artist, curator and professor […]

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Mission Mini Comix Annual #2 SF Underground

Hey Folks! Check out the new Mission Mini Comix Annual #2 SF Underground!!!! Featuring new work by CAMP artists Mike Reger, Rio Roth-Barreiro, Corrina G, Evan Larson, Jeff Roydson, Mats!, Spencer Muthafuckin Gray, and George Crampton; in addition to: Cameron Forsley, Bdrum, Jose Gabriel Angeles, Cindy Chau, Mongo, Audrey Soffa, Sparrow, Nikolas A. Larson, Hayden […]

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“Hunting The Black Sheep”

Hunting the Black Sheep from FSUCollegeOfMotionPictureArts on Vimeo. A group of San Francisco artists speak about their perspectives on the complex issue of gentrification affecting their city. They delve into the specifics of how the art community is involved, how art once used to enrich the neighborhoods of the Mission District is being exploited by […]

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San Francisco 2000: The Gentrification of Our Livelihoods

Check out San Francisco 2000: The Gentrification of Our Livelihoods to see how much CAMP’s Mission neighborhood has changed over the past 16 years with hyper-gentrification and the eviction epidemic. It’s heartbreaking to see so many small neighborhood businesses, community organizations, and community members now gone and replaced with a neighborhood that is unrecognizable in […]

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The Tragedy of the Ghost Ship

This past weekend the Bay Area and the world lost the lives of many beloved creative members of our communities locally and beyond in the fire at the Ghost Ship warehouse in Oakland. CAMP is devastated by the losses. Let’s please help support one another. The following are resources for information and how to help: […]

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‘Revolution Lane’ by Peter Lawrence Kane, SF Weekly Feature

The fight to keep Clarion Alley’s murals from being loved to death. Expect dissent in the aftermath of this election. Expect it to be large and frequent. Expect more protest songs. Expect more anger, more fear. Expect an explosion in creative expression as people committed to nonviolence above all else do what they can to […]

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NO on Prop Q … and R

October 20, 2016 For immediate release Press contact: [email protected] Hi-Res images upon request   The Deck Is Stacked: Vote NO on Q New Mural on Clarion Alley Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) along with The SF Poster Syndicate is pleased to announce a new mural on Clarion Alley — The Deck Is Stacked: Vote NO […]

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