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, 2021 at 6pm.
Curated by CAMP artist and organizer Megan Wilson (wall) and poet Maw Shein Win (response), featuring Celeste Chan, MK Chavez, Paul Corman-Roberts and Tim Xonnelly responding to the mural Affordable Housing/Vivienda Asequible by Art Hazelwood/SF Print Collective working with the Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP).
Affordable Housing/Vivienda Asequible (2016) by the SF Print Collective working with the Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP) represents people working together against the structures of oppression to become a powerful force of nurturance, peace, and justice. The mural speaks to WRAP’s critical work to expose and eliminate the root causes of homelessness and poverty, empower communities to demand protection of civil and human rights, and advocate for restoring federal funding for affordable housing. The mural will travel to Los Angeles’ Skid Row later in 2021.
You can watch just the video of Series Three: Affordable Housing / Vivienda Asequible here: