Fri, Feb 5, 2010 -- 10:00 AM
Mission MuralismoDownload audio (MP3)
The colorful public art of San Francisco's Mission District reflects the vibrance, diversity and political activism of the neighborhood. We talk to the editor of a new book of photos and essays which traces the history of the Mission's street art movement -- and we check in with some of the artists featured in the book.
Host: Dave Iverson
- Annice Jacoby, editor of "Street Art San Francisco: Mission Muralismo"
- Aaron Noble, Los Angeles-based painter and one of the founders of the Clarion Alley Mural Project
- Juana Alicia, muralist, printmaker, educator, activist and painter behind a number of murals in San Francisco, including one on women, water and globalization entitled "La Llorona's Sacred Waters" at York and 24th St. in the Mission District
- Ricardo 'Apex' Richey, muralist featured in "Street Art San Francisco: Mission Muralismo"
- Sirron Norris, cartoonist, muralist, teacher and contributor to "Street Art San Francisco"
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