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Galería de la Raza's Digital Mural Project (DMP) encourages the use of the latest digital technology to create innovative public art. Building on Galería's 30 year history of painting murals in San Francisco's Mission District, the DMP seeks to push the mural tradition forward through the use of new technologies to address issues confronting the Latino communities.

Initiated by artist/activist John Leaños and Galería, the series of digital murals has demonstrated technical sophistication, visual boldness and strong political content. Some of the themes explored by the murals include the gentrification of San Francisco's Mission District, historical amnesia, the history of cultural displacement in the Mission, queer Latina issues and racial profiling.

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Digital Mural Project Archive
2007– 2000

click images or artists' names to view mural statements

 
   
Immigration: The New Black

Title: Immigration: The New Black

Artist:
Jaime Mendoza

Exhibition Dates: August 5- September 28

 

Branca Nitzsche Title: 2007

Artist:
Branca Nitzsche

Exhibition Dates: May 28 - July 30
2006  
Who is An Outsider?
Title:
"Who is An Outsider?" 2006

Artist:
A public art partnership between Julio Cesar Morales and Creative Growth Art Center Artist, William Scott.

Exhibition Dates: June 30 - July 29


The Real Story of The Superheroes

 

Title: "The Real Story of The Superheroes " 2006

Artist:
Dulce Pinzon

Exhibition Dates: April 22 - June 15

2005  
UNWANTED by Victor Cartagena Title: "UNWANTED" 2005

Artist: Victor Cartagena


Exhibition Dates: Sept 2005 - Dec 2005
   
Title: "WANTED, MADE IN EL SALVADOR" 2005

Artist: Victor Cartagena


Exhibition Dates: July 2005 - August 2005
   
Title: "YOU WISH..." 2005

Artist: Steve Knodel and Rose Lifschutz with Youth Public Media Youth


Exhibition Dates: June 2005 - July 2005
   
Title: "Discoteca Habana c. 1986", 2005

Artist: Linda G. Wilson

Exhibition Dates: April 2005 - June 2005
   
Title: Tribute to sar Chávez, 2005

Artist: Omid Rashidi

Exhibition Dates: February 2005 - April 2005

2004

 
Title: Untitled, 2004

Artist: San Francisco Print Collective

Exhibition Dates: November 2004 - January 2005
Title: Failed Promises|Skywritings, 2003

Artist: Sergio Torre

Exhibition Dates: April 30th - May 29th, 2004
Title: Nueva Flora, 2003

Artist: Maria Elvira Escallón

Exhibition Dates: March 27 - April 23, 2004
2003  
Title: RUN BUSH RUN

Artist: Lalo Alcaraz

Exhibition Dates: September 26 – Jan 26, 2003
Title: Customize, 2003

Artist: Julio Morales in collaboration with Rachel Hewlett (San Francisco Art Institute) and Claudio Michelo (Urban Pioneer High School)

Exhibition Dates: June 15 – September 20, 2003
Title: Little Balls, 2003

Artist: Rosângela Rennó

Exhibition Dates: April 15 – June 14, 2003
Title: No Haters Here, 2003

Artist: Patrick Pato Hebert

Exhibition Dates: February 8 – April 15, 2003
2002  

Title: Aztlán Life Extension Foundation, 2002
Artist: Armando Rascón

Exhibition Dates: Sept. 7, 2002 – Feb. 8, 2003

 

Title: Elenco, 2002

Artist: Liliana Porter

Exhibition Dates: June 23 – August 21, 2002
Title: A SUNDAY AFTERNOON CAPTURING “THE COLORLESS ONES” ON THE ISLAND OF LA GRANDE JATTE, 2002

Artists: “Los Anthropolocos” - Robert J. Sanchez and Richard A. Lou

Exhibition Dates: April 26 – June 15, 2002

Mural + Video
2001  
Title: Humaquina: Manifest Tech-Destiny

Artists: "Los Cybrids" – John Jota Leaños, Rene Garcia, and Praba Pilar

Exhibition Dates: August, 26 – April 23, 2001
Title: Last one to cross the Digital Divide is a rotten egg!

Artists: "Los Cybrids" – John Jota Leaños, Rene Garcia, and Praba Pilar

Exhibition Dates: April 29 – August 25, 2001
Title: El Weboticon: Sistema de Vigilancia

Artists: "Los Cybrids" – John Jota Leaños, Rene Garcia, and Praba Pilar

Exhibition Dates: March 24 – April 28, 2001
Title: Justice is in the Eye of the Beholder

Artists: Conchita Villalba & robertkarimi

Exhibition Dates: Jan 20 – March 23, 2001
Title: Heaven

Artists: Alma Lopez

Exhibition Dates: November 11, 2000 – January 19, 2001
2000  
Title: Ese, Last of His Tribe

Artists: John Leaños, Jaime Cortez, Rene Garcia, Gerardo Perez and Praba Pilar

Exhibition Dates: August 26 – September 21, 2000
Title: e-VICTED

Artist: Albert Lujan

Exhibition Dates: April 21 – August 25, 2000
Title: Social Cyberpunkernetics

Artist: Lucia Grossberger-Morales

Exhibition Dates: March 4 – April 9, 2000
Title: The Mission Y2K: A History of Displacement

Artists: John Leaños and students of the San Francisco School of the arts including Jonah Copi, Natasha Robinson and Zach Segal.

Exhibition Dates: November 20, 1999 – March 3, 2000
Julio Morales and Collective Growth
 
 

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