Dream Day 2012: Tribute to West Coast Graffiti | SF
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I-Hotel Manilatown Center | 868 Kearny St. San Francisco, CA 94108
Submitted by the Event Organizer
2012 is twelve years since Mike “DREAM” Francisco was murdered. In conjunction with Legacy: The Art of Mike “DREAM” Francisco, Dream Day pays tribute to the hip hop and graffiti pioneer with a commemoration and panel discussion event.
Join us in the live creation of a Dream altar. Share your thoughts and memories about Dream and your experiences with graffiti then and now.
>> Free, but tickets required:
About Mike “DREAM” Francisco
Dream rose to fame in the “graffiti” world in the late ‘80s and ‘90s with his artwork in Oakland, CA. He is internationally known for his “graffiti” style that connects art and social justice. Through his life, Dream has inspired many in all age groups, cultures, and nationalities, conveying messages about social consciousness, community, and pride in culture and history on the “West Coast” and regions beyond. On February 17, 2000, Dream was murdered, but his memory remains in the hearts of his family, friends, admirers and the community.