"Maestrapeace: San Francisco’s Monumental Feminist Mural"
The Maestrapeace mural on The Women's Building is now a book!
This year marks the 25th anniversary of MAESTRAPEACE, the fabulously detailed mural that adorns The Women’s Building in SF's Mission district. Weaving in myriad historical and sacred female figures, this monumental work highlights women's accomplishments across time and place, and envisions a world healed of injustices. With a foreword by Angela Davis, the new full color publication reveals its intricacies and nuances.
Available at Precita Eyes Store.
Sneak peek of THE BAY, the spectacular new mosaic by Precita Eyes Muralists on the bayside of the new – not even opened yet – Chase Center, new home of the Golden State Warriors.
In the photo, the master artists Max Allbee, Susan Cervantes, Suaro Cervantes, Eliane Chu, Eli Lippert, Max Martilla, Yuka Eoze and Marina Perez-Wong (not pictured, Fred Alvarado) and student artists Hazel Brubaker, Fusako Chapman, Lisa Max, Mariana Rodriguez, Juan Rodrigues de Sousa and Melody Sandoval (not pictured, Jake McRae).
Also, Precita Eyes team with Rick Welts, president of the Golden State Warriors.
Baobab Rising in the Tenderloin
The new mural at 350 Ellis celebrates the Tenderloin's legacy of African-American jazz, the struggles for LGBTQ rights, local Asian culture, and the neighborhood's low-income residents.
"Innovative Resistance": Latest Mural From Precita Eyes' Youth Program
New Mural Weaves Together Treasure Island's Past, Present And Future
Laguna Honda, Finished!
Eight years in the vision, five in the making: Laguna Honda Hospital 600 foot mural dedication yesterday with District Supervision Norman Yee, whose constituents voted to help fund the project, muralists Yuka Ozoe and Elaine Chu, Precita Eyes founder Susan Cervantes, new board Kiry Luc and neighborhood naturalist Greg Gaar.
Details from the newly-finished 600 foot mural at the base of Laguna Honda Hospital, started in 2015 by Precita Eyes muralists Elaine Chu and Yuka Ezoe, with the help of dozens of community partners.
Precita Eyes Muralists, in Your Own Words
Listen to what people are saying about Precita Eyes, and take a tour of the Mission's mural-making community.
Thanks to muralists Juana Alicia and Meera Desai, youth artist and Precita collaborator Xavier Bess, Calle 24 cultural district organizer Erick Arguello, and friends at the California Historical Society Murales Rebeldes community day and the Cesar Chavez Day parade, April 2018. (Music by Manuel Obregón.)
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