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The Early Days of Bay Area Graffiti with Neon

Arts | May 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Early Days of Bay Area Graffiti with Neon

Starting in the 1980′s, graffiti has gained more and more respect as an art form. In fact, many graffiti artists display their work in galleries across the globe.

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Graffiti is an Art Form Only in Certain Cases

Arts | May 2, 2014 | 1 Comment

Graffiti is an Art Form Only in Certain Cases

Chances are you’ve spotted the bright, vibrant colors out of the corner of your eye, splashed across the wall by graffiti artists for everyone to see, but are these pieces a form of art or an act of vandalism? Within the past couple of weeks, students across the nation discussed the value of graffiti in our #DoNowGraffiti post. We asked students, Describe the graffiti you see in your community. What stands out to you about it? Take a picture of graffiti art in your town and tweet it to us with your thoughts. Is it valuable? Do you want to see more or less graffiti in your neighborhood? What makes graffiti “good” or “bad”?

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What Does Graffiti Look Like in Your Neighborhood?

Do Now | April 8, 2014 | 97 Comments

What Does Graffiti Look Like in Your Neighborhood?

Describe the graffiti you see in your community. What stands out to you about it? Take a picture of graffiti art in your town and tweet it to us with your thoughts–does it mean something to you? Is it valuable? Do you want to see more or less graffiti in your neighborhood? What makes graffiti “good” or “bad”?

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In the Studio with Meryl Pataky

Art School | August 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

In the Studio with Meryl Pataky

Check out our latest studio visit with artist Meryl Pataky, who discusses her intentions, the science behind her materials, and how her medium and message are often intertwined. She also demonstrates the simplest way to make paper using household supplies. View the full episode featuring Meryl Pataky on the Art School web site.

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