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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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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