Archives 2017


Clarion Alley Mural Project regularly hosts community events to celebrate new CAMP murals by artists who share CAMP’s vision for social and economic justice. These works are often created in conjunction with community-based organizations partnering with CAMP to provide a platform in support of social, economic, racial, and environmental justice. CAMP also collaborates with community organizations to host events and performances.

Celebrations and events in 2017 included:

100 Days Action
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Clarion Alley, SF, CA


100 Days Action is a one hundred day project calling thinkers, artists, and writers to propose gestures that can be carried out either at home or in the world. On the 99th day, 100 Days Action presents poetry of resistance from the Bay Area. In response to the first one hundred days of the Trump presidency, these poems promise to bring joy, grim resilience, and a way forward.

Heather Bourbeau
Josh Wilson
Andy Sano
Mk Chavez
Yvonne Campbell
Cyrus Armajani
Maw Shein Win
Jason Wyman
Raina J. León
Amos White
Caitlin Myer
Christine No
Bonnie Kwong

In addition to the poetry, CAMP’s community partner, The San Francisco Poster Syndicate participated with live silk screening posters of resistance.