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The Art of Vandalism:
A Close Up Look at Graffiti in DC

How do you feel about the graffiti in your neighborhood? Is there a place for it in DC? What is your impression of the people who illegally tag? How would you like to see graffiti handled? Join MuralsDC as it launches its 2011 program with an engaging look at the culture of graffiti and discussion [&hellip

How do you feel about the graffiti in your neighborhood? Is there a place for it in DC? What is your impression of the people who illegally tag? How would you like to see graffiti handled?

Join MuralsDC as it launches its 2011 program with an engaging look at the culture of graffiti and discussion with people involved on all sides—former taggers, artists, agencies who clean graffiti, and those who fund public art.

Help us achieve a better understanding of graffiti and what we can do to achieve solutions that LAST.

Featuring Panelists/Presenters:
Cory Stowers, Co-Owner of Art Under Pressure, WBL Art Director, Writer

Nancee Lyons, Department of Public Works,

Philippa P.B. Hughes, Chief Creative Contrarian, The Pink Line Project, www.pinklineproject.com

Tim Conlon, Writer, http://www.conoperative.co​m

Saaret Yoseph, Director/ Producer of The Red Line D.C. Project, www.redlinedc.wordpress.co​m

Click to watch Channel 16′s On Demand video of this panel discussion.







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