History of (STREET) Art Workshop (Vol.3)
…celebrating informal public art…
Topics we'll cover range from:
Cave paintings, boxcar art, tactical urbanism, participatory projects, political stencil campaigns, guerilla gardening, site specific sculpture, ephemeral installations, the street art of Texas, and much more.
Searching for some new inspiration? This could be a good starting point! (Ongoing) experimentation and output are strongly encouraged.
Where: 1313 East Sixth St, Austin, TX 78702
When: 1 two hr workshop. March 2, 2013, 10am-12pm
Cost: suggested donation: $5
Class Size Limit: 8
1) How do we define “street art?”
2) Precedents through time: Cave painting, petroglyphs, boxcar art, stencils, murals, installations, tactical urbanism, and sculpture...
3) Defining our own practice, next steps, urban land art….
*Please note, though we cover some illegal forms of street art, the class does not encourage or endorse any kind of art acts that would be considered illegal or trespassing. It instead focuses on encouraging practices that are temporal and/or involve permission.
A review of a past History of Street Art workshop can be found here: http://www.hold-vintage.com/2012/04/history-street-art-ann-armstrong-girls-guild/
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