Transportation Mural Walking Tour

"Joel Pomerantz, coordinator of Mona Caron’s murals, including the Duboce Bike mural, gives an insider look at the murals’ themes of transportation’s past, present, and future."

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Thinkwalks Social Justice Mural Bike Ride

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Join other bicyclists for a survey of more than a dozen murals addressing a variety of social issues. We’ll look at the art, the politics and the neighborhood issues, and we’ll examine public art organizing techniques, stories from your favorite murals, and the complex issues of expressing justice themes through art. Meet at Mona Caron’s […]

Social Justice Mural Bike Tour

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Join other bicyclists for a survey of more than a dozen murals addressing a variety of social issues. We’ll look at the art, the politics and the neighborhood issues, and we’ll examine public art organizing techniques, stories from your favorite murals, and the complex issues of expressing justice themes through art. We’ll cover easy territory […]

Sidewalk Thinktalk: The History of SF Mural Culture

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From Thinkwalks: For this free Thinkwalks event, Joel will be hanging out at the corner of Valencia Street  and Clarion Alley bringing it to the people. He’ll make a series of short presentations covering various topics like Coit Tower murals, the “Mission School” of muraling, Ohlone murals in the Mission Dolores, Clarion and Balmy Alley […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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Miss yesterday’s Sunday Streets event because of the rain? Make up for it next weekend with Sunday Streets in the Bayview! Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: Oakland Public Works Committee Meeting – BRT agenda item. The Oakland Public Works Committee will discuss BRT as an agenda item before it goes to […]

The Slow, Beautiful Road to Community on the Streets

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Mona Caron contemplates her next stroke on her new mural at Jones and Golden Gate in San Francisco. Mona Caron is a visual troubadour of street life in San Francisco. Her murals have become increasingly famous in their gorgeous detail, portraying San Francisco’s romantic past juxtaposed to inspired visions of its future. Equally powerful is […]