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“Windows Into The Tenderloin” Mural Dedication Ceremony | SF

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Friday, March 5, 2010 - 3:30 pm | Cost: FREE



Civic leaders in The Tenderloin invited muralist Mona Caron to create a mural at the North-East corner of Jones and Golden Gate. The utopian mural design for “Windows Into The Tenderloin” features scenes painted on sides of buildings making it look as if the concrete and urban decay were merely curtains or windows opening up showing off an amazing vibrancy of nature on the inside.

The murals were developed after being inspired and informed by dozens of interviews, tours, and meetings with local residents, communities and organizations. The mural includes references to local history, and depictions of the neighborhood with details inspired by ongoing direct contact with the neighboring population.

  • MURAL DEDICATION EVENT:
  • FRIDAY MARCH 5th, 3:30pm
  • Jones Street and Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco

Source: Laughing Squid


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Cost: FREE

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