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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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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CAMP Vigil & Celebration of Community

  On September 21st CAMP hosted a Vigil & Celebration of Community on Clarion Alley. The event was a beautiful reflection of how our diverse communities can come together to support one another and honor a space and project that serves as a public commons, a community, and a tapestry of narratives told through the […]

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Bangkit/Arise San Francisco: Gotong Royong!

First, as a introduction or reminder to those who might not be familiar with Bangkit/Arise, here is a brief summary: Bangkit/Arise is an international arts exchange and residency between artists from the San Francisco/Bay Area, USA and Yogyakarta Indonesia. The lead sponsoring organization for Bangkit/Arise is Clarion Alley Mural Project, based in San Francisco in […]

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ARISE: The Power of Political Art

ARISE Art Opening May 2018 from Art Forces on Vimeo. Directed and produced by Susan Greene and Art Forces Cinematography – David Garcia Editing – David Garcia Music – George Lammam On May 1 – 30, 2018 Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP), Art Forces, and AROC (Arab Resource and Organizing Center) presented ARISE! Power of Political Art, […]

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International Solidarity w/ Palestine – Celebration of 3 Murals and Our Communities

On Sunday, October 14th our communities celebrated three new murals by Art Forces, AROC (Arab Resource Organizing Center), and CAMP’s international exchange/residency with Yogyakarta Indonesia Bangkit/Arise on Clarion Alley: 1. The Will to Live – Arab Liberation Mural The Will To Live celebrates tenacious Bay Area organizing against oppression. The mural features the portraits of five […]

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Zionist Hate Crime Attacks on CAMP Murals

Zionist hate crime vandalism attacks on Clarion Alley Mural Project murals in support of Palestine since September 30, 2018: September 30, 2018 October 1, 2018 October 5, 2018 October 12, 2018 October 13, 2018 October 18, 2018 October 22, 2018 November 8, 2018 November 12, 2018 November 19, 2018 November 30, 2018 December 15, 2018 […]

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Bangkit/Arise San Francisco Semangat!

SEMANGAT! (collective vibrant spirit) and Kebanyakan! (too much) have both become mantras of the first San Francisco phase of Bangkit/Arise – as our insanely ambitious schedule over the course of the 8-week residency came to feel like every day represented a week and every week represented a month. By the final week, those mantras, in combination […]

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BANGKIT SAN FRANCISCO!

Bangkit/Arise is an international arts exchange and residency between artists from the San Francisco/Bay Area, USA and Yogyakarta Indonesia. The lead sponsoring organization for Bangkit/Arise is Clarion Alley Mural Project, based in San Francisco in collaboration with the Asian Art Museum Chong Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture. The projects partners in Yogyakarta […]

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BANGKIT/ARISE Yogya Departure – San Francisco Arrival/Introduction

Bangkit/Arise is an international arts exchange and residency between artists from the San Francisco/Bay Area, USA and Yogyakarta Indonesia. The lead sponsoring organization for Bangkit/Arise is Clarion Alley Mural Project, based in San Francisco in collaboration with the Asian Art Museum Chong Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture. The projects partners in Yogyakarta […]

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The Shoddy Journalism of Mission Local and CBS

UPDATE – October 13, 2018:  Mission Local has still not responded to CAMP’s requests to address the questions that we have posed regarding the publication’s reporting on CAMP, leaving readers/community members to believe that Mission Local does not have journalistic integrity.  Over the past month a story evolved in the press of a young artist […]

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Urip Iku Urup – Life Is a Flame To Enlighten (versi Bahasa Indonesian)

 “Urip Iku Urup” mengacu pada filosofi Jawa yang diajarkan oleh Sunan Kalijaga atau Sunan Kalijogo, seorang tokoh Wali Songo (orang-orang suci Islam di Indonesia) yang sangat dekat dengan Muslim di Jawa) karena kemampuannya untuk memasukkan pengaruh Islam ke dalam Tradisi Jawa. Keyakinannya adalah bahwa hidup itu seperti cahaya atau api yang seharusnya bermanfaat bagi […]

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Urip Iku Urup – Life Is a Flame To Enlighten

 “Urip Iku Urup” refers to the Javanese philosophy taught by Sunan Kalijaga or Sunan Kalijogo, a figure of Wali Songo (respected Islamic saints in Indonesia) who are closely related to Muslims in Java) because of its ability to incorporate Islamic influence into in the Javanese tradition. His belief was that life is like light or […]

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Kampung ke Kampus – Kampus ke Kampung (versi Bahasa Indonesian)

Pada fase pertama dari bagian Yogyakarta di perumahan Bangkit / Bangkit dan pertukaran mereda, saya bisa dengan jujur ​​mengatakan pengalaman telah jauh melebihi semua harapan. Semua seniman SF / Bay Area dan mitra CAMP Allison Wyckoff, Associate Director, Program Publik + Komunitas di Asian Art Museum San Francisco sangat berterima kasih atas kemurahan hati, kreativitas […]

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