The Wind In My Hair – Women! Life! Freedom!

  << For Immediate Release >> WOMAN, LIFE, FREEDOM! #Mahsa_Amini The Wind in My Hair   Presented by Clarion Alley Mural Project in collaboration with CCA Center for the Arts and Public Life, ARTogether, and Diaspora Arts Connection The Wind in My Hair One Day Public event with New Murals, Live Performances, Poetry Readings, and […]

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The National Coalition Against Censorship Urges SFPL to Reinstate/Reschedule Wall + Response Exhibition

The National Coalition Against Censorship Urges the San Francisco Public Library to Reinstate/ Reschedule Wall + Response Exhibition Community Continues to Demand the Public Library Adhere to First Amendment Rights of Freedom of Speech After four months of planning, the San Francisco Public Library (SFPL) abruptly informed Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) that it would […]

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In Celebration of Frisco Rise!

  On Saturday, May 28, 2022 in collaboration with SOMCAN, SoMa Pilipinas, and the African American Arts & Cultural District, CAMP hosted a celebration for Claire Amable’s and Lorenzo Tamayo-Lee’s new mural Frisco Rise featuring: DJ Jenset Emcee Claire Welcome by Kyoko Sato Land Acknowledgement by Marina and Elaine words by Kyoko Sato words by […]

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Statement in Response to Nomadic Press’ and EastSide Arts Alliance’s call for the removal of their SFPL exhibition Painting the Streets

Statement in Response to Nomadic Press’ and EastSide Arts Alliance’s call for the removal of the exhibition Painting the Streets: Oakland Uprising in the Time of Rebellion and boycott of the accompanying panel discussion Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) is deeply grateful to Nomadic Press & EastSide Arts Alliance for canceling and calling for the […]

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Nomadic Press and EastSide Arts Alliance Stand with CAMP and Wall + Response

Deeply Grateful to Nomadic Press & EastSide Arts Alliance for their support of Clarion Alley Mural Project and Wall + Response. Please read their statement below, and sign the petition: https://act.newmode.net/…/sf-library-censors-palestine +++ repost +++ “Nomadic Press and EastSide Arts Alliance firmly stand with the Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) and denounce the library’s decision to […]

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Myth of 4 at Hamzianpour & Kia Gallery in Los Angeles August 6 – 20, 2022

Image Courtesy of  Zeina Barakeh   Myth of Four Works in Videos  by SWANA (South West Asia and North Africa) Artists  August 6 – August 20, 2022 From Zamin Project Series, presented by Clarion Alley Mural Project Co-presented by Hamzianpour & Kia  Gallery in Los Angeles   In collaboration with Clarion Alley Mural Project Hamzianpour […]

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Please Take Action Now! and Press following the ACLU of Northern California’s Denouncement of the San Francisco Public Library Over Censorship of Wall + Response Exhibition

We are still calling on communities to email the SF Public Library Commission and administration using our one-click tool to demand that the Wall + Response exhibition moves forward, free of censorship. Please take action now! Wall + Response is curated by artist and CAMP co-director Megan Wilson and poet Maw Shein Win, participants include: […]

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ACLU of Northern California  Denounces the San Francisco Public Library  Over Censorship of Palestine and Position on Zionism

  July 12, 2022 For Immediate Release Media Contact:  Christopher Statton, Co-Director [email protected]; cell: 925-876-4588 Sharif Zakout, Arab Resource & Organizing Center (AROC) [email protected]; cell: 650-834-3793 ***PRESS RELEASE*** ACLU of Northern California  Denounces the San Francisco Public Library  Over Censorship of Palestine and Position on Zionism Community Demands Reinstatement of Clarion Alley Mural Project’s Wall […]

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Breaking the Silence: Wall + Response, the SF Public Library, and the Stories Not Allowed to Be Told to Help Some Sleep at Night

Mock up of  Wall + Response exhibition at the San Francisco Public Library (SFPL) by Megan Wilson, Co-Curator, Wall + Response; Co-Director, Clarion Alley Mural Project Wall + Response, a Project Rooted in Collective Solidarity In early November 2021 Maw Shein Win and I began working with the San Francisco Public Library (SFPL) on our […]

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FRISCO RISE CELEBRATION

Please join Clarion Alley Mural Project in collaboration with SOMA Pilipinas Filipino Cultural Heritage District, the SF African-American Arts and Cultural District, and SOMCAN to celebrate the new mural ‘Frisco Rise’ by Mary Claire Amable and Lorenzo Tamayo-Lee this coming Saturday, May 28, 1 -3pm. The celebration will include performances by Darren Garza from Parangal Dance […]

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Wall + Response Exhibition at Public Library Shut Down Due to Censorship

  Dear Friends, We are sorry to announce the Wall + Response exhibition scheduled to open at the San Francisco Public Library this weekend on March 12, 2022 with public programming scheduled for March 13, April 30, and July 9 has been shut down. The Library initially informed us, after having been working closely together […]

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FRISCO RISE

  Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) is proud to announce the completion of Frisco Rise, a new mural by Mary Claire Amable and Lorenzo Tamayo-Lee  In solidarity with our Asian/Asian American/Pacific Islander communities, Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) worked with artist Claire Amable over the past year to develop a mural calling attention to and […]

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REST IN POWER LONE STAR SWAN

Swan song: John Ratliff, ‘Lone Star Swan,’ dies at 81 The Mission’s bird man died on Feb. 7, 2022 by ANNIKA HOM FEBRUARY 8, 2022 Lone Star Swan strode past Panchita’s, a baby pigeon huddled to his breast. He reached his destination, then lifted the bird to his face; its feathers were black, like the headband […]

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