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  • Brightening San Jose’s Japantown, One Mural at a Time | KQED Arts
    Brightening San Jose’s Japantown, One Mural at a Time | KQED Arts San Jose native and founder of Empire Seven Studios Juan Carlos Araujo enlivens the streets of San Jose’s Japantown through art.
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  • Oakland on the Precipice, featuring Fantastic Negrito
    Oakland on the Precipice, featuring Fantastic Negrito With one in four Oakland residents at risk of displacement, black roots musician Fantastic Negrito performed songs from his Grammy-Award winning album "The Last Days of Oakland," at a free First Friday street concert. Other artists, from photographers participating in the Oakland Fence Project to the theater collective BonFire Makers, also use their art to call attention to the city's changing demographics.
    Published July 20, 2016
    Directed by Kelly Whalen
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  • San Francisco's Bayview Stories on Stage
    San Francisco's Bayview Stories on Stage Artists from San Francisco's Bayview-Hunters Point adapt the classic ‘Oedipus the King’ with stories of residents’ resilience, in the face of marginalization, police brutality and displacement.
    Published July 15, 2016
    Directed by Claudia Escobar
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  • Illustrating San Francisco's Golden Gate Park
    Illustrating San Francisco's Golden Gate Park In this 360 video, immerse yourself in San Francisco's treasured Golden Gate Park with artist Jane Kim as she paints and illustrates many of the thousands of plant and animal species that inhabit the park. To watch 360° videos, get the latest version of Chrome, Opera, Firefox, or Internet Explorer on your computer. On mobile devices, use the latest version of the YouTube app for Android or iOS. Published Oct. 19, 2016
    Directed by Kelly Whalen
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  • Tribute to Oakland Warehouse Fire
    Tribute to Oakland Warehouse Fire Thirty-six lives were lost in the Oakland Warehouse Fire on the night of Dec. 2, 2016. They were artists, musicians, sound engineers, DJs, events organizers, activists and more. They came from the Bay and from around the world.
    Published Dec. 14, 2016
    Directed by Claudia Escobar and Farrin Abbott
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  • Día de los Muertos in San Francisco’s Mission District
    Día de los Muertos in San Francisco’s Mission District Every year thousands of Bay Area residents converge in San Francisco’s Mission District for its annual Día de los Muetros celebration to honor the dead through art, music and ritual.
    Published Nov. 15, 2015
    Directed by Kelly Whalen
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  • San Francisco's Parking Lot Art Fair
    San Francisco's Parking Lot Art Fair Artist Jenny Sharaf started the satirical Parking Lot Art Fair to confront art audiences with real-life artists.
    Published May 6, 2016
    Directed by Kelly Whalen
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  • Fish Stories from San Francisco's City Hall
    Fish Stories from San Francisco's City Hall Best known for skulls, skateboarding and streetwear, artist Jeremy Fish pries open San Francisco's hidden histories for centennial City Hall exhibit.
    Published November 23, 2015
    Directed by Kelly Whalen
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  • Oakland Sets Longest Soul Train World Record
    Oakland Sets Longest Soul Train World Record Hundreds of Oakland residents danced for hours on end at West Oakland's deFremery Park to break the Guinness Book of World Record for longest soul train line, inspired by the television show, 'Soul Train,' created by former TV news reporter Don Cornelius that ran from 1971 to 2006.
    Published July 2, 2015
    Directed by Kelly Whalen
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  • Keeping San Francisco's Carnaval a Neighborhood Thing
    Keeping San Francisco's Carnaval a Neighborhood Thing As San Francisco's Mission District gentrifies, locals hang on with passion to a riotous annual celebration of Latino music and dance.
    Published June 9, 2015
    Directed by Abhi Singh
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  • Dancing San Francisco's Mission District Murals to Life
    Dancing San Francisco's Mission District Murals to Life Dancers draw attention to the displacement of thousands of Latinos from one of San Francisco's most street art-rich neighborhoods, the Mission District.
    May 22, 2015
    Directed by Kelly Whalen
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