MOS finally returns to the Westcoast. The Bay-Area has a strong, vivid and diverse Graffiti-Mural-Art history and scene. Be prepared for a three-day event with lots of art, music and freshness!
The place to be the Mission District, commonly called “The Mission”, is a neighborhood in San Francisco named after the oldest building of San Fran, which is located in the neighborhood. Numerous artistic and cultural institutions are based here. Mission Art 415 is proudly hosting the Meeting of Styles in San Francisco, from 10-8 daily, rain or shine.
Spot is Lilac Street 24 th block! The street permits are in order to close off 6 city blocks and with a 3 day entertainment schedule. This is going to be the celebration of the year! Original Bay-Old-School-Legend Crayone is creating the MOS flyer to add the Spray Can Art event with James Prigoff and speaking panel: Mark Bode, Vouge, Crayone & Nate 1, September 19, 2015 at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts from noon-8pm.
Mission Art 415 is celebrating the 28th anniversary of Spraycan Art with author James Prigoff at The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts September 18, from 12-6 with a meet and greet book signing along with a guest speaker panel consisting of Mark Bode, Cuba, Eon, Nate1, Crayone and Vogue.
The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Art has been Mission Art 415’s fiscal sponsor since 2008. SF Mayor Ed Lee is the keynote speaker along with SFPD, SF Dept of Public Works and the Mission District 9 Supervisor David Campos and Street Art SF’s Jane Bregman.
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