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

Thank you Lila Thulin for the article in Stanford University’s Peninsula Press. A few inaccuracies – e.g. “CAMP, which was founded in 1992 by two artists— performance artist Aaron Noble and Portuguese muralist Rigo 23— who lived in a refurbished cleaner’s on 47 Clarion.” CAMP was founded by six Mission District residents – you can […]

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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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‘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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LIT CRAWL 2016 Home: Narratives of Place & Displacement

CAMP will be participating in this year’s Lit Crawl: Saturday, October 15 2016 6 – 7pm at Noisebridge 2169 Mission Street – between 17th & 18th Streets – near Clarion Alley   Clarion Alley Mural Project artists and writers reflect on their experiences of place and displacement, including being evicted, living on the streets, and […]

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