Street politics: The socially engaged mural art of Clarion Alley San Francisco

On my trip to San Francisco back in May I was lucky to stumble across Clarion Alley in the Mission district & discover the incredible mural art within its narrow walls.  According to the project’s website Clarion Alley Mural Project there has been over 700 murals created since 1992.  It is an ongoing project, ever changing, and truly inspiring.  Working in support of social, economic, and environmental justice, the project has supported hundreds of artists over the years.  The socially engaged mural art should be on everyone’s must-see list for visiting this amazing beautiful city.

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Here is a link to the google map location: Clarion Alley on Google Maps

I hope you are inspired by the incredible works on display…And that it inspires you to check out Clarion Alley if you visit San Francisco!

I’d love to hear about some other inspiring art you have seen during your travels…Please share them in the comments below.

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