Explore the mural-filled alleyways and streets of the Mission on this artist-led tour. See historic works and hear the stories behind them: how activism and art intersect in political works. Understand how the Mission District’s social movements shaped San Francisco into the revolutionary city it is today.
Learn how large-scale murals are created, how graffiti writing took off in the Mission, views on commercialization of street art, and the terminology of the spray can world.
See stunning political street art, and understand how graffiti writers, feminists, Latinx communities and neighborhood activists have fought, and continue to fight, to keep the soul of SF alive in the face of gentrification, preserving local culture. This tour is for those seeking an off-the-beaten-path experience.
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Culture and arts producer Arturo ‘Moh’ Mendez is a Mexican community activist working in the Mission District for the past 3 years. His passion for community and culture has led him to participate in Carnaval, Day of the Dead, and curating shows for Harvard University and the Mexican Consulate in San Francisco, Boston and Philadelphia. You can peek into his world by following him on IG @moh.mendez, and join him in exploring Mission Street Art.
A native Brooklynite, Lia moved to our foggy city and has made the West Coast her own. She is a funky dancer (and board member!) with the crew No Mirror Movement, and volunteers on the weekends at the community-run Alemany Farm and the Bay Area Childcare Collective. She co-wrote our Street Art tour, supports fellow guides, and probably responded to your email inquiry or phone call, too.