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BSA Film Friday: 01.27.17

Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Dripped on The Road/ Episode One 2. Dripped on The Road/ Episode Two 3. RURALES 4. D*Face at “Unexpected” in Northwest Arkansas BSA Special Feature: Dripped on The Road/ Episode One: Jamaica Moon. Following closely on the heels of our […]

Where Graffiti Art Is The Rose of The Desert : Spraying Outside the Jardin

When you are a renowned graffiti writer living 25 minutes outside of Marrakech at an artists compound and painting in your studio to prepare for an upcoming exhibition on canvas, sometimes you still are activated by wanderlust to go out and catch a tag. Or something more elaborate. Ceet . Tilt . Clone. Jardin Rouge, Morocco. (photo […]

Signs of a New Movement: From the Women’s March On Washington

First conceptualizing and then actually hand-making a sign to take to a march is a variant of Street Art – part of the theatrical, political, personal, contentious activation of public space that you individually can take entirely with your own act of creativity. For pros and amateurs alike it can seem enthralling, liberating, even risky […]

Two Miami Schools Enveloped in Murals : The RAW Project in Wynwood

Reimagining Art in Wynwood: The RAW Project. The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) received $148 million in 2016. The war budget, also called the “Defense Budget”, was approved for $582 billion for this year. For comparison’s sake, that means the “Defense Budget” is 3,900 times the size of the NEA. Paola Delfin at work on […]

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