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Coit Tower Projection, San Francisco 2004 - Living Ohlone, July 3rd and 4th, 2004

On July 3rd and 4th, 2004 a projection took place on the face of San Francisco's Coit Tower. This projection was a celebration of the rich indigenous heritage of the San Francisco Bay Area.

The projection featured images relating to Ohlone culture and life, illuminating a unique historical perspective of the Bay Area and honoring the original people of this land.

The project was supported by San Francisco and Parks, the Telegraph Hill Dwellers and the San Francisco Art Institute.

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Ben Wood

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