Here are the core individuals that organize and run the daily dragon grind.


Luke Dragon

Luke is the founder of Dragon School. He is finishing up medical school. He was born in Guangdong, has lived in SF Chinatown and is fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.



Anderson Gin

Andy is an artist at Dragon School. He organizes the participants on painting new murals and maintaining the ones already painted. When Andy is not painting with Dragon School, he is a graphic designer and artist. He is the most serene of the Dragon School team. Andy is an Oakland native. 


Fuming Guerilla

FG is an etrprenuer and producer of contemporary urban art and acts as a consultant to clients looking to incorporate artwork in their environment.  FG is an advocate for public facing art that is diverse and not highly edited.  FG supports many local initiatives that include non-profit companies and programs focused around adolescents and teens using art as a means of expression. FG has worked with , Cat Town CafeOakland Museum Women's Board and currently is a core team member of the Dragon School initiative.



Omael has been working with the youth of Oakland, and specifically Chinatown since he moved here 10 years ago from Los Angeles. He's spent  the last decade living in Oakland's Chinatown and teaches third grade students. Although he has been active with spray paint in the past, he, like the students, is focused on learning each day how to improve his paintings.


Lina Savage

Lina Savage is a native to Oakland Chinatown. Her primary medium is graphite and acrylic paint, creating content which focuses on portraits of revolutionary women. She is currently studying Studio Art and Asian American Studies at Berkeley City College and aspires to create an initiative to provide art therapy mentorship for survivors of domestic violence.


Steven Anderson

Steven Anderson is an artist born and raised and currently still residing in Oakland. He is a published illustrator of children's books and is also known for his realistic portrait paintings and charcoal work. His plan for the future  is to expand his art to larger formats with Dragon School, and paint murals across the city as his contribution to Oakland's thriving art scene.