Sometimes, while visiting art museums and galleries, people get so excited by what they see that they have to jump for joy. They send photos of their Art Jumping to me and I post them to share with the rest of the art-loving world.
CCSF's Diego Rivera Mural Project seeks to maximize public accessibility, visibility, knowledge and understanding of Rivera's mural, Marriage of the Artistic Expression of the North and of the South on this Continent, commonly known as Pan American Unity.
Diego Rivera's mural at City College is an extraordinary work of Pan American art, a unique combination of an artist in his prime and a critical moment in world history brought together on a monumental scale. It is arguably the most important work of art created in the Bay Area.
Diego Rivera gave the people of the Bay Area an inspiring vision of Pan-American Unity - Unión de la Expresión Artistica del Norte y Sur de este Continente - a sweeping synthesis of the art, religion, history, politics, and technology of the Americas that is as timely now as it was sixty years ago. The Diego Rivera Mural Project plans to bring the public back to this most important example of public art.
Attendees: Wear bright colors and bring your cameras!