CLARION ALLEY
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Once an ugly slum, Clarion Alley now reflects the diversity and personality of the Mission itself, not just with Latin-American heritage art (though there are both Rivera-inspired walls and portraits of Kahlo), but also pro-labor paintings, graffiti-style logos, intellectual abstracts, flower power psychedelia, and leftist punk stencils. The Clarion Alley Mural Project replaces the paintings over time, making the alley itself a constantly evolving work of urban transformation.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
BART to 16th / Mission
Bus 14, 33, 49 to Mission / 18th
HIGHLIGHT TYPE
Neighborhood

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