**This class will meet In-Person**
San Francisco remains a vital canvas for new art, a display as current as news headlines. Our world recognized street art remains eclectic, irreverent, gutsy, gorgeous and inflammatory. Some street art offends and some uplifts and amuses. The collective living artform distinguishes the city, morphs neighborhood and ignites style wars.
The walk will be about an hour and a half, followed by a gathering in a favorite eating spot for a bite and a discussion. Seeing this part of the city in context of its art will illuminate the dynamic cultural forces, see patterns of history and outstanding artists. The chorus of tag, paste, public message that surrounds artwork in public showcases the people, the architecture, the politics in the playground of public imagination.
Famous corridor of public protests in the 1970s and continues to offer new work. In the Mission District, which is the neighborhood that is the birthplace of Muralismo in San Francisco.