If You Missed It: Watch Wall + Response Series Three Event – “Affordable Housing / Vivienda Asequible”

    Friday, April 30, 2021 7pm Hosted by Booksmith and The Bindery  Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) is proud to present the third event of our  Wall + Response project, featuring sixteen Bay Area poets responding to the social/ political/ racial/ justice narratives of four murals on Clarion Alley, hosted by Booksmith and The Bindery on Friday, April 30, […]

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Bangkit Sama-Sama/Together We Rise

   Bangkit Sama-Sama / Together We Rise Multidisciplinary works by Bangkit/ Arise Artists April 2, 2021- May 31, 2021 – U.S. April 3, 2021 – June 1, 2021 – Indonesia 24 hours access to the exhibition! Artists include: Yogyakarta Indonesia: Nano Warsono, Bambang Toko, Ucup, Vina Puspita, and Hari Ndarvati San Francisco/BayArea: Megan Wilson, […]

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Earth Day Celebration & Mural Unveiling In Clarion Alley

When: DATE POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER – NEW DATE TBA Where: Clarion Alley, between Mission and Valencia Streets and 17th and 18th Streets in San Francisco. Come celebrate Earth Day and the unveiling of Extinction Rebellion San Francisco Bay Area’s new mural, The World is On Fire with music performances, art activities, storytelling and some […]

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Bangkit Sama-Sama/Together We Rise

Dear Friends, We are pleased to invite you for the virtual opening reception of Bangkit Sama-Sama / Together We Rise, Multidisciplinary works by Bangkit/ Arise Artists: Friday, April 2, at 6pm PDT!  The exhibition will be on view virtually: April 2, 2021- May 31, 2021, with 24 hours online access Our virtual opening reception will […]

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Wall + Response Series Three – “Affordable Housing / Vivienda Asequible” – In Progress

  Our Wall + Response team has been working on the upcoming third series Affordable Housing/Vivienda Asequible. Inspiring day on Clarion Alley filming, with poets Celeste Chan, Paul Corman-Roberts, and Tim Xonnelly reading their new works in response to the mural Affordable Housing/Vivienda Asequible by SF Print Collective working with the Western Regional Advocacy Project […]

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If You Missed It: Watch Wall + Response Series Two Event – “What We Want!”

Friday, February 26, 2021 7pm Hosted by Booksmith and The Bindery      Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) is proud to present the second event of our  Wall + Response project, featuring sixteen Bay Area poets responding to the social/ political/ racial/ justice narratives of four murals on Clarion Alley, hosted by Booksmith and The Bindery on Friday, Ferbruary 26, 2021 […]

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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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Equipto x DoggTown Dro – “Fvck Twelv”

 Fvck Twelv by:: @Equipto_415 x @DoggTownDro Prod by:: @Bear On The Beat Video Shot By:: @Marvin Santiago @Carlos_Cigano21 Edited by:: @DoggTownDesign Non-Profit Clothing Store:: www.F12Clothing.com @F12ClothingOfficial Black & Brown Bail Fund and Legal Defense:: CashApp/$F12UNITY Filmed in part on Clarion Alley, featuring: Justice for Mario Woods by Unity Tucan by Bear What We Want! […]

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Rise In Power Q.R. Hand Jr.

Our Hemisphere, Poem by Q.R. Hand Jr., painted by Aaron Noble, Clarion Alley, 1993   wordWind – Our Hemisphere from Mark Werlin on Vimeo. Beloved Bay Area Black poet who blended verse and jazz dies at 83 by Jason Fagone , January 4, 2021 Q.R. Hand Jr., an inventive, beloved Bay Area poet who chronicled the Black […]

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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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