Street Art

Photographer Martha Cooper documented street life and street art, and as a staff photographer for the New York Post from 1977 to 1980, she captured images of a city reeling from a financial crisis and high crime rates in neighborhoods such as the Lower East Side.  “Sometimes I would hang out a little bit and
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Representatives of Granby are looking for artists to be a part of the first ever Art in the Park event. The Granby Public Art Committee, Destination Granby and the town will be hosting a music and arts festival Sept. 4 at Polhamus Park. It will feature a juried mural show where artists will be painting
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Nazi symbols were found on two murals in downtown Ukiah, California, according to The Ukiah Daily Journal. The acts were described as hate crimes by the Mendocino County Inland Jewish Community. Program administrator for the city, Neil Davis, said the images were found on one of the mosaic pieces done by artist Elizabeth Raybee. “A
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Red Garden on Red Square After decades of being a vast empty space during the Soviet period, Red Square is beginning to reassume its historical appearance and function as a busy space filled with people, trade, celebrations, official proclamations, activities, food, and drink. Two weeks ago it was covered with books, authors, readings, music, and
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Graffiti tagged on the Subway sandwich shop in downtown Sonora Sonora, CA – The pictures in the image box show several buildings in downtown Sonora that were hit by vandals. Sonora Police detailed that sometime overnight, black spray paint was used to tag walls and a garage door at several locations along Washington and Stewart
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MILFORD, MA — The Milford Cultural Council will hold a celebration event at Plains Park in July to unveil artist-designed picnic tables that came from the council’s first public art initiative. The July 24 event will feature food, music and all 11 public art pieces on display. After the celebration, the picnic tables will be
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By Natalie Andersonnatalie.anderson@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — Members of the Public Art Committee have set dates for the inaugural Paint the Pavement event and a dedication for the city’s Equal Justice Initiative marker commemorating Jim Crow-era lynchings. Members of the Public Art Committee discussed details of each project during a virtual meeting held Monday. The historical marker’s
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