Art Into Action: Coalition On Homelessness’ Art Auction 20

  Please join CAMP in supporting our community partner the Coalition On Homelessness through Art Auction 20: Art Into Action     San Francisco – The Coalition On Homelessness will hold their 20th Art Auction, kicking off the month of October. Art Auction 20 has something for everyone while still adhering to safety precautions with […]

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Wall + Response

  Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) presents Wall + Response, a project featuring 16 poets responding to the social/ political/ racial/ justice narratives of four murals on Clarion Alley, curated by CAMP artist and organizer Megan Wilson and poet Maw Shein Win. Participants include: poets Heather Bourbeau, Aileen Cassinetto, Tongo Eisen-Martin, and Chris Stroffolino responding […]

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More Hate Crime Vandalism in SF Mission District

CAMP artist and Board member Chris Gazaleh’s new mural on 16th Street (between Valencia and Guerrero), calling for an end to the “illegal, inhumane erasure & theft of Palestine” has been defaced nine times in the past two weeks. On Thursday, Gazaleh caught the perpetrator in the act; the person, pictured below, identified themselves as […]

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Peace in Chaos

Congratulations to Nano Warsono and Butong for the virtual exhibition Peace in Chaos, featuring the works of Agus Yusuf, Anfield Wibowo, Bagaskara Maharastu P.I., Lala Nurlala, Laksmayshita Khanza L.C., M. Yusuf Ahda Tisar, Rofitasari Rahayu, Wiji Astuti, Winda Satyagraha, and Yuni Darlena. Nano Warsono is one of the organizers/curators and artists of Bangkit/Arise, CAMP’s international arts […]

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#stopdiscriminasian !

  Clarion Alley Mural Project stands with our #Asian neighbors in the face of the #racist and xenophobic violence they face as scapegoats for the #COVID-19 virus. We refuse to be silent bystanders. We vow to speak up if we witness discrimination. @stopdiscriminasian #stopdiscriminasian

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Sheltered CAMPing

  Hi CAMPers, As with the rest of California’s population, CAMP’s organizers/directors/artists are currently taking shelter and doing everything we can to help our communities in this time of global crisis. We are deeply concerned for our community members who are sick, struggling and/or unhoused. Deep respect to our medical community, our community partners, and […]

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In Honor Of … Final Weeks

  In Honor of… is a multi-faceted project of art, literature, and performances, in remembrance of hundreds of men and women who have been taken as political prisoners in Iran in recent years. They have fought for social justice, civil liberties, and worker and environmental rights. Today, they are behind bars for wanting to speak […]

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Capitalism On Edge

  CAMP is honored to be included in Albena Azmanova’s new book Capitalism On Edge: How fighting precarity can achieve radical change without crisis or utopia. The book features Megan Wilson’s CAPITALISM IS OVER If You Want It mural and her “TAX THE RICH mural. From the book: It might be true that the networked protests […]

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Anthro Magazine

CAMP is honored to be featured in Anthro Magazine, Palo Alto High School’s Social Activism Magazine! Anthro’s Mission Statement: The ultimate goal of Anthro Magazine, Paly’s social activism publication, is to create a platform and forum for students to express their opinions and voices. Social activism is bringing issues into the spotlight to spread awareness […]

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In Honor Of … Opening & Events First Two Weeks

In Honor of… is a multi-faceted project of art, literature, and performances, in remembrance of hundreds of men and women who have been taken as political prisoners in Iran in recent years. They have fought for social justice, civil liberties, and worker and environmental rights. Today, they are behind bars for wanting to speak freely, […]

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The Arts of San Francisco: Freedom To Create

      Clarion Alley Mural Project is honored to be featured as such a critical resource in representing mural arts in San Francisco -as well as the presentation space for Litquake, as part of the promotional video for San Francisco in conjunction with Grants for the Arts! San Francisco’s promotional video of SF Arts […]

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In Honor of Iran’s Prisoners of Conscience

PLEASE JOIN US … SUNDAY, AUGUST 6TH at 1PM: Artists & Human Rights Leaders Unveil Mural in SF Honoring Seven Female Political Prisoners in Iran Month-Long Campaign Recognizes Persecution of Iranians Fighting for Civil Liberties, Social Justice and Environmental Rights On Sunday, October 6 at 1:00 PM, local artists, and activists, in partnership with Iranian […]

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