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Dogpatch Community Court

Dogpatch Community Court

Patrick Martinez

Artist Patrick Martinez is dedicated to honoring and uplifting Black and Brown youth in California. His paintings reference vintage Pee-Chee folders, transforming the popular school supplies into protests against violence, displacement, and racial injustice. Martinez created this mural in the style of his Pee-Chee series to celebrate graduates from Alive & Free’s violence prevention and leadership programs.

This project is presented by The Warriors Community Foundation, ICA SF, and Alive & Free. The basketball court is located 400 ft south of the museum between 923 and 947 Minnesota street.

Mural artwork by Patrick Martinez.
Painted by Bay Area Mural Program (BAMP).
From the Eoyang-Reddig family to Dogpatch.
In honor of Stephen Jackson.



Patrick Martinez, Dogpatch Community Court, 2023 Courtesy the artist and Charlie James Gallery

Dogpatch Community Court Unveiling

Our Community Partners

The Warriors Community Foundation supports education and youth development to promote thriving students, schools and communities. The Foundation strives to improve educational outcomes among children in Alameda and San Francisco Counties.

Since its inception in 2012, the Warriors Community Foundation has delivered more than $30 million in impact targeting educational equity in Alameda and San Francisco Counties, refurbished public basketball courts in low-income communities around the Bay Area, and donated thousands of tickets each season to local schools and nonprofits.

Alive & Free is the name of the violence prevention program founded at the Omega Boys Club-a nationally recognized youth development and violence prevention organization headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

Alive & Free’s mission is to keep young people alive and free, unharmed by violence and free from incarceration. To provide young people with opportunity and support to build positive lives for themselves and to move into contributing roles in society.

Bay Area Mural Program (BAMP) is a nonprofit organization of local artists dedicated to facilitating and creating public art. Our vision is to turn bare, blighted walls into artistic gateways to the community’s surrounding environment.

Our program is constantly establishing new standards of excellence in the practice of public and contemporary art creation and exhibition. Our collaborative dialogue processes empower artists and communities to address and organize issues in the community. Community art builds bridges from conceptual connection to a physical understanding. With close attention to our clients’ desires, the results are beautiful murals that inspire and motivate viewers.

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