Posts tagged street art
Temporal Cities archives shares the lesser-known stories of the Tenderloin [SF Chronicle]

Nearly 30,000 people live in the Tenderloin. Not counting all the people who have passed through or moved on, right now, in this moment, there are no less than 30,000 stories to be told about this neighborhood of 50 square blocks. There are stories of births and deaths, of falling in love and getting dumped, then drunk. There are stories about a church that has saved more than a few lives, and a bar full of glittered-up drag queens. These are the messages Temporal Cities is on a mission to share. Read more on SF Chronicle here.

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UC Hastings mural aims to promote equality, non-violence [Hoodline]

The UC Hastings College of the Law building at the corner of Golden Gate Avenue and Hyde Street is the canvas for a new mural dedicated to promoting peace and understanding.

The installation, titled "The Unbound," is a continuation of an in-studio series muralist Faith XLVII has been working on recently to address humanitarian crises in the U.S. and abroad. Read the full article on Hoodline.

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Art Wraps Continue to Draw Praise

TLCBD Clean Team is proud to pitch in to take care of these once utilitarian neighborhood resources turned artworks. If you see graffiti on them [yep it happens], call the Clean Team Hotline [415-385-5490] and we’ll work to remove it.

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