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Art Forces uses community public art and technology, including murals, websites, social and new media, to inspire critical thinking and action.

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New Mural w/ AROC~Clarion Alley,SFCA

New Mural w/ AROC~Clarion Alley,SFCA

Oakland Palestine Mural & Off the Wall

Oakland Palestine Mural & Off the Wall

My Home is No Suitcase, East Jerusalem

My Home is No Suitcase, East Jerusalem

Ongoing Projects

Ongoing Projects, USA, Palestine, Lebanon

A Tale of Two Cities, Olympia WA

A Tale of Two Cities, Olympia WA

MAIA Mural Brigade, Gaza, Palestine

MAIA Mural Brigade, Gaza, Palestine

Mapping Environmental Justice, Exhibit,  SF CA

Mapping Environmental Justice, Exhibit, SF CA

Mourning & Action, Shatila Refugee Cmp,Lebanon

Mourning & Action, Shatila Refugee Cmp,Lebanon

Edward Said Mural, SF State U, SF CA

Edward Said Mural, SF State U, SF CA

Rachel Corrie Youth Ctr, Rafah, Gaza Strip

Rachel Corrie Youth Ctr, Rafah, Gaza Strip

Popular Arts Center, El Bireh, Palestine

Popular Arts Center, El Bireh, Palestine

Edward Said Conservatory, Bir'Ziet, Palestine

Edward Said Conservatory, Bir'Ziet, Palestine

Sons of the Sun, Ramallah, Palestine

Sons of the Sun, Ramallah, Palestine

Aamer Mural, West Bank, Palestine

Aamer Mural, West Bank, Palestine

Bi'lin, West Bank, Palestine

Bi'lin, West Bank, Palestine

 D'heisheh Refugee Camp, Bethlehem, Palestine

D'heisheh Refugee Camp, Bethlehem, Palestine

Remember the Orange Trees, Beit Hanoun, Gaza

Remember the Orange Trees, Beit Hanoun, Gaza

 

Selected Projects

Selected Projects

Our Roots are Still Alive, SF CA

Our Roots are Still Alive, SF CA

Galleries

Galleries

Exhibitions

Exhibitions

Writing & Research

Writing & Research

Videos

Videos

Photo Galleries

Photo Galleries

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Art Forces uses community public art and technology, including murals, websites, social and new media, to inspire critical thinking and action. Art Forces moves from the local to the global, from the streets of San Francisco Bay Area to Olympia Washington. to refugee camps of Palestine and Lebanon. The projects make visible histories and relationships that have been obliterated and forgotten; making connections to national and global issues of social justice, borders, precarity, migrations and decolonization.

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