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Precita Eyes Muralists
Today 12:00 – 4:00 PM
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2981 24th St San Francisco, CA 94110
2981 24th StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94110
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Today 12:00 – 4:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 – 4:00 PMMonday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PMTuesday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PMWednesday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PMThursday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PMFriday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PMSaturday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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Resource for paintings, postcards, books & tours on the Mission District's murals & local history.- Google
"Learned about the Classic Mission Mural walking tour with Precita Eyes on 7x7."
"Helpful staff, great cause!"
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Diana C
a year ago
Learned about the Classic Mission Mural walking tour with Precita Eyes on 7x7. It’s $15 for SF residents, $20 general admission. Need to show proof of residency for the special rate. The tour is about 2 hours long. First hour consist of an indoor slide show where the tour guide provides for a brief history about the art of murals. The second hour, you take a walk down Balmy Street and around the neighborhood to see and listen to stories behind the murals paintings. It was interesting to learn about the history and stories behind the public artwork that we usually pass by too quickly to appreciate. If it wasn't for the tour, I wouldn't have known that the Mission district mural paintings are usually community projects where the people come together to paint in order to share their perspective/message, vs. murals in The Haight are usually business originated (business hire mural artists to paint what they wish to be shown on their walls). I think the tour could have been even more interesting if the history slide show session was shorter. Rather than talking thru some of the mural art on Balmy Street as part of the slide show, it would have been more interactive if stories were told about the murals as we strolled down Balmy Street. But overall, it was an educational experience!
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Elisa Leibowitz
a year ago
I took the Classic Mission Mural Walk tour. The slide show before the walk was very informative and explained the background history of street murals as a form of community expression. I wish I knew more about the political upheaval in places like Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Mexico that contributed to the images in much of the street art we observed. Overall, a good introduction to the purpose and spirit of art in the Mission.
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Zornitsa Kostadinova
3 years ago
Helpful staff, great cause!
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3 years ago
Monica Rivera
11 months ago
At the Precita Eyes Murals you could definitely see how gentrification has taken it's toll there. We went during the day time when usually it's pretty busy, but the streets were mostly empty and it was very quiet from the usual noise you would hear back then. Overall, Cindy De Losa was very kind to us and she showed us her shadow boxes and some of the places that are now gone due to gentrification.
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wu xiqian
3 years ago
another place i recommend to visitors that want to learn about the murals of sf. they do walking tours and sell local art and art supplies, wonderful, historic sf
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Xavi Calvo
a year ago
Toda la info necesaria sobre el muralismo de Mission
A Google User
4 years ago