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Public Art, BART, and Scraper Bikes - What do public art, BART, and Scraper Bikes all have in common? They are all connected in a new mural painted by CRP’s Desi Mundo. The mural, located on BART-owned - Continue Reading
CRP Launches Newly-Redesigned and Updated Website - (Oakland, CA) -- The Community Rejuvenation Project (CRP) unveiled its newly-revised and updated website today. The redesign includes thorough and comprehensive sections on issue areas like Policy, Education, and Professional - Continue Reading
Legacies of Respect: Culture, Politics, Art, and the Community Mural Tradition (Part Two) - Part One of this series traced the history and impact of Chicago’s famous community mural, the Wall of Respect—a timeline which connects the Black Renaissance, the Great Migration of African - Continue Reading
Legacies of Respect: Culture, Politics, Art, and the Community Mural Tradition (Part One) - Chicago’s community mural movement coincided with the emergence of the modern graffiti movement in Philadelphia and New York—underground subcultures which, like Oakland and Chicago, found their artistic voices in expressing - Continue Reading
Alice Street Short Competes for Best Documentary in Top Shorts Film Festival - The Community Rejuvenation Project was honored to be informed that its Alice Street Short film was accepted into the Top Shorts online film festival to compete with over 100 short films - Continue Reading
Abatement Alternatives: Why Oakland Needs A Mural Program (Part Two) - In Part One of this series, the Community Rejuvenation Project’s (CRP) work and murals in general received unexpected praise from an unlikely source – a city abatement worker known as - Continue Reading
Abatement Alternatives: Why Oakland Needs a Mural Program (Part One) - Perhaps the highest level of praise a mural organization could receive is from a city abatement worker, who by his own estimation has been covering up graffiti for “eight hours - Continue Reading
Alice Street Symposium Brings Activists, Advocates, Policymakers Together - On Friday, April 7, the Community Rejuvenation Project (CRP) presented the first in a series of planned symposia. Sponsored by the Akonadi Foundation and Assemblyman Rob Bonta’s office, the Alice - Continue Reading
UPDATED: Alice Street Symposium Addresses Gentrification, Displacement, and Cultural Resiliency - On April 7, the Community Rejuvenation Project (CRP) will host the Alice Street Symposium on Community Engagement Strategies and Best Practices. The event includes a short address by Assemblyman Rob - Continue Reading
The Abatement Mural Mystery - Graffiti is a polarizing word. Rampant tagging in urban areas contributes to blight, which according to law enforcement experts, decreases property values, and invites further vandalism and illegal dumping. These - Continue Reading
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