Leaving a guerrilla art legacy for ZFGenerations to come

Zero Forbidden Goals has been creating interactive multimedia art experiences for audiences of all ages since 2014. ZFG has collaborated with The Crocker Art Museum, Sol Collective, the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission, Placer Arts 360, Yolo Arts, the Global Local festival and many more to bring visual, literary, and performance arts to life in a whole new way.

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#TheMostOpenMicInTheCity


Sacramento’s original pop-up performance art event known for its unpredictable street corner appearances all over the West Coast.

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ChainLink Poetry


Zero Forbidden Goals artists work with communities to create a series of words celebrating their culture, goals, values, and inspirations.

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Gorilla Storytime


A one of a kind live literacy event for children utilizing Hip Hop and poetry to explore the wide world of reading and writing.

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Flow


Part Hip Hop cypher, part jazz lounge, FLOW’s one-of-a-kind format delivers the best of New Orleans Jazz combined with classic underground Hip Hop.

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Testimonials

“Brava! Guerrilla poets are the new bastions of truth and light.”William Devault, AOL Poetry Place
“ZFG is carrying on the outlaw tradition.”Alan Kaufman, poet and author of The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry”
“Gorilla Storytime is what would happen if Shel Silverstein ever found himself on Yo Gabba Gabba.” Estella Sanchez, Founder of Sol Collective
“Simply put, Sacramento has never seen anything quite like what FLOW is poised to become.” The Sacramento Bee