“Baraye” (Persian: برای, lit. “For” or “Because of”) is a power ballad by Iranian singer-songwriter Shervin Hajipour inspired by the death of Mahsa Amini and its aftermath. Widely referred to as “the anthem of the protests,” Baraye received critical acclaim for its vocals and portrayal of the emotions of the Iranian people worldwide. At the […]
Woman Life Freedom by Farnaz Zabetian is part of the Woman! Life! Freedom! revolution led by the women of Iran. On November 12, 2022, Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) in collaboration with CCA Center for Art and Public Life, ARTogether, and Diaspora Arts Connection presented Women! Life! Freedom! The Wind in My Hair, showcasing art performances, music, murals, and poetry by Iranian artists […]
#Mahsa_Amini by Keyvan Shovir is part of the Woman! Life! Freedom! revolution led by the women of Iran. On November 12, 2022, Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) in collaboration with CCA Center for Art and Public Life, ARTogether, and Diaspora Arts Connection presented Women! Life! Freedom! The Wind in My Hair, showcasing art performances, music, murals, and poetry by Iranian artists and allies […]
Description of Frisco Rise by Mary Claire Amable and Lorenzo Tamayo-Lee At the height of Anti-Asian violence and the ongoing movement for Black liberation, Frisco Rise is a mural rooted in Black and Asian solidarity during San Francisco’s redevelopment era (1948 – 1973) and how these communities are staying resilient while still fighting current forms of redevelopment, known today […]
Resilience by Aysia Tiger, Melody Sandoval, Jessica Yu, Poppy Gallegos-Zingarelli, Shakty Angeles, and Mariana Rodriguez, former students and one current Junior from The Academy SF high school. Organized by artist Max Allbee, the youth worked together to design and paint the mural with the intention to honor and acknowledge the resilience of Latinx families and […]
CAMP partnered with San Francisco’s COVID Command Center (CCC) to support a new mural as part of San Francisco’s COVID-19 arts recovery efforts. The mural by artist Elizabeth Blancas delivers a message of safety, love, and hope to the Latinx community, which has been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The mural was conceived of […]
Bear painted the Tucan for Sean Monterrosa who was murdered by Vallejo police on June 2, 2020. Sean’s sisters are now strong voices in the movement to bring justice for their brother and others who have lost love ones to police terror and violence.
David Petrelli (unity) painted the mural as a memorial for Mario Woods, who was murdered by the San Francisco police in 2015. It also serves in support of Gwen ‘Mama’ Woods.
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, […]
Xitlalli Aztec dancers performing blessing ceremony Acknowledge that we gather as artists on traditional lands of the Ohlone people we honor with gratitude the land itself and people who have stewarded it through the generations. We acknowledge the land was stolen. This calls us to be better stewards of the land.