Hunting the Black Sheep from FSUCollegeOfMotionPictureArts on Vimeo. A group of San Francisco artists speak about their perspectives on the complex issue of gentrification affecting their city. They delve into the specifics of how the art community is involved, how art once used to enrich the neighborhoods of the Mission District is being exploited by […]
Check out San Francisco 2000: The Gentrification of Our Livelihoods to see how much CAMP’s Mission neighborhood has changed over the past 16 years with hyper-gentrification and the eviction epidemic. It’s heartbreaking to see so many small neighborhood businesses, community organizations, and community members now gone and replaced with a neighborhood that is unrecognizable in […]
This past weekend the Bay Area and the world lost the lives of many beloved creative members of our communities locally and beyond in the fire at the Ghost Ship warehouse in Oakland. CAMP is devastated by the losses. Let’s please help support one another. The following are resources for information and how to help: […]
The fight to keep Clarion Alley’s murals from being loved to death. Expect dissent in the aftermath of this election. Expect it to be large and frequent. Expect more protest songs. Expect more anger, more fear. Expect an explosion in creative expression as people committed to nonviolence above all else do what they can to […]
Check out CAMP’s contribution to Under SF: Survival of the Artist, episode #4:
October 20, 2016 For immediate release Press contact: [email protected] Hi-Res images upon request The Deck Is Stacked: Vote NO on Q New Mural on Clarion Alley Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) along with The SF Poster Syndicate is pleased to announce a new mural on Clarion Alley — The Deck Is Stacked: Vote NO […]
By Jonathan Curiel SF Weekly October 12, 2016 The three women in the Clarion Alley mural In Memory Of are familiar to anyone steeped in Iranian literary history. Simin Daneshvar, Simin Behbahani, and Forough Farrokhzad are iconic figures in Iran, known for their poetry and fiction. In the West, Behbahani may be the best known: […]
Join Clarion Alley Mural Project for Clarion Alley’s 17th Annual Block Party! Saturday, October 22, 2016 11am – 11pm Clarion Alley BAND SET TIMES: VALENCIA STAGE: 1pm: Basementals 2pm: Family Grieves 3pm: Sirena Victima 4pm: The Cherries 5pm: Inverts 6pm: Captured! By Robots 7pm: Grand Invincible 8pm: Equipto w/Double U and Dj True Justice 9pm: […]
Guest Blog by Kristin Silver, Art Teacher, Bowman School, Palo Alto There is a fleeting moment that I cherish as an educator, the moment when you see a child’s eyes light up with a sense of true understanding and passion for something outside of them self. Several of these moments happened during a visit to […]
CAMP will be participating in this year’s Lit Crawl: Saturday, October 15 2016 6 – 7pm at Noisebridge 2169 Mission Street – between 17th & 18th Streets – near Clarion Alley Clarion Alley Mural Project artists and writers reflect on their experiences of place and displacement, including being evicted, living on the streets, and […]
Inspiring event and mural unveilings with Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP), Central City Hospitality House Community Arts Program 1009 Market, the SF Print Collective, and the Brass Liberation Orchestra (BLO) & Clarion Alley Mural Project on July 22nd.
Please join WRAP (Western Regional Advocacy Project), Hospitality House SF, the Brass Liberation Orchestra, the SF Print Collective, and Clarion Alley Mural Project on Friday July 22, 2016 at 6:00 pm on Clarion Alley for a Gathering of Art, Music, Organizing & Having a Blast! Mural Unveiling at 6:30pm!
___________________________________________________________________ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Danielle Smith [email protected] Clarion Alley, 1992 Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) is pleased to announce the launch of its first ever website, a comprehensive archive detailing the history of the project, its contributing artists, and 24 years-worth of public works. Since 1992 CAMP has been a community-based arts space, […]
___________________________________________________________________ ODC’s 2016 Walking Distance Dance Festival explored the meaning of “place” and how it creates and shapes who we are, how we live, and what we create. Clarion Alley Mural Project provided Dance Brigade with the space for their performance Hemorrhage. Written and directed by Krissy Keefer, the work captures the current crisis of world affairs […]
___________________________________________ Check out the new Prince mural on Clarion Alley by Mel C. Waters! Article in SFGate
___________________________________________________________________ Clarion Alley Mural Project is looking for a new home for the mural In Dollar We Trust by Samuel Indratma and Arie Dyanto that was created during CAMP’s international exchange and residency with Apotik Komik of Yogyakarta Indonesia – Sama-Sama/Together. In Dollar We Trust was created in 2003 as part of the international exchange […]