Spiritual Infrastructure

Cities are made up of physical infrastructures that move people and goods, transmit energy and information, facilitate sanitation and public health. But cities are also wrapped in Spiritual Infrastructure comprised of networks and relationships enacting rituals of creativity, often resulting in community-generated art projects. These acts and artworks infuse our environment with meaning, helping us connect with a larger sense of purpose and shared humanity. The program will examine the creation of Spiritual Infrastructure through the experience of Oakland organizers and artists, illuminating how their work creates lasting physical and social resonances.

Featuring a live musical performance by Destiny Muhammad.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:

  • Register to get a Watch Party link and access code
  • Use these to join at the right date and time. We’ll watch the film together and go straight into interactive panel discussion

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CM Credits: 2
Curation by Robin Abad Ocubillo

PANELISTS:

Headshot of person wearing glasses smiles and holds up pointer fingerRobin Abad Ocubillo (Moderator) SFUFF Program Producer, Civil Servant, Urban Designer

Headshot of Destiny Muhammad, a Black woman in front of a large harpDestiny Muhammad Harpist, Composer, and Curator

muralDesi Mundo Style Writer, Muralist and Director of the Community Rejuvenation Project

headshot of Pancho Pescador - a man wearing glasses in front of a colorful backgroundPancho Pescador Graffiti Artist

Lailan Sandra HuenLailan Sandra Huen Community Organizer & Activist

Spencer WilkinsonSpencer Wilkinson Filmmaker, Alice Street

Photo: Rudi Tcruz & Ayse Gursoz

Co-Presented by Roxie San Francisco's Iconic Nonprofit Cinema

In this program


During a protest, a man plays the drums and a woman walks beside him

Alice Street

Directed by Spencer Wilkinson

Two artists form an unlikely partnership to paint their most ambitious mural to date in Oakland’s downtown, ground…

Dates & Times
Past
Virtual Watch Party

Wed, Feb 17
5:30 pm