Semangat! Bangkit/Arise!

When Nano Warsono, Christopher Statton and I began working together three years ago to develop the title and theme Bangkit/Arise, we were thinking about the power of resilience and the belief that it is possible to rise together as a critical mass to demand and create a world rooted in compassion, justice, and equity. More […]

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Bangkit/Arise Team Building & Communications Workshop

In preparation for the upcoming international exchange and residency Bangkit/Arise, the Bay Area participants are working with Romie Landry MA, MFTi and her partner Greg to develop their team building, communication, and conflict resolution skills to help ensure that all participants feel safe and supported in the project. To date this work has been invaluable to […]

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Bangkit / Arise

Clarion Alley Mural Project is preparing to leave for Yogyakarta (pronounced Jogjakarta) Indonesia to begin the first phase of our latest international exchange and residency Bangkit/Arise. Bangkit/Arise is designed to foster discussions, understanding, and action on critical social/political issues facing our global communities today using art as a point of departure. Subjects to be addressed […]

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And art speaks the truth …

 By Michael David dela Cruz Tan This is not exactly “out of the way”, but this is also not in every tourist’s must-visit list when in San Francisco. Not – I’d say – because it has no appeal whatsoever; but more because of where it is. We’re talking of Clarion Alley, is a small street […]

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Does the Art Belong to the Artist Anymore?

Censorship of Public Art in Northern California by Catherine Zhao Research paper for Dartmouth College What America was founded on and is the very basis of this country is freedom, especially the freedom of expression. Although we are allowed to talk freely about our dreams or practice our religions, the government still tends to suppress […]

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ARISE! Power of Political Art

–linking  local, national and international struggles and 70 years of the occupation of Palestine. ARISE! Power of Political Art is presented by Art Forces and Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) and endorsed by Palestine Action Network.  The show features political artworks from artists, collectives, and movements locally and globally over the past 50+ years, addressing the social/political […]

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Report from Yogyakarta Indonesia – March 22, 2017

CAMP co-directors Megan Wilson and Christopher Statton have been in Jogjakarta Indonesia over the past month 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 at […]

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Report from Yogyakarta Indonesia – March 12, 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 at ISI, scheduled to take […]

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Report from Yogyakarta Indonesia – March 4, 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 at ISI, scheduled to take […]

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Ghost Ship fire: Evocative street mural of young couple comforts family, friends

By Tracy Seipel San Jose Mercury News   SAN FRANCISCO — As they stumble through their days, often lost in a fog of sadness, family members and close friends of a young couple who died in each other’s arms inside the Ghost Ship warehouse fire have found comfort in a narrow alley in the city’s Mission District. […]

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MURAL UNVEILING

Please join WRAP (Western Regional Advocacy Project), Hospitality House SF, the Brass Liberation Orchestra, the SF Print Collective, and Clarion Alley Mural Project on Friday July 22, 2016 at 6:00 pm on Clarion Alley for a Gathering of Art, Music, Organizing & Having a Blast! Mural Unveiling at 6:30pm!

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Welcome To CAMP’s New Website!

___________________________________________________________________ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Danielle Smith [email protected] Clarion Alley, 1992 Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) is pleased to announce the launch of its first ever website, a comprehensive archive detailing the history of the project, its contributing artists, and 24 years-worth of public works. Since 1992 CAMP has been a community-based arts space, […]

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ODC’s Walking Distance Dance Festival June 4, 2016

___________________________________________________________________ ODC’s 2016 Walking Distance Dance Festival explored the meaning of “place” and how it creates and shapes who we are, how we live, and what we create. Clarion Alley Mural Project provided Dance Brigade with the space for their performance Hemorrhage. Written and directed by Krissy Keefer, the work captures the current crisis of world affairs […]

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Need a New Home for Mural by Samuel Indratma & Arie Dyanto

___________________________________________________________________ Clarion Alley Mural Project is looking for a new home for the mural In Dollar We Trust by Samuel Indratma and Arie Dyanto that was created during CAMP’s international exchange and residency with Apotik Komik of Yogyakarta Indonesia – Sama-Sama/Together. In Dollar We Trust was created in 2003 as part of the international exchange […]

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