Art of the Streets

Once regarded
strictly as vandalism, Graffiti artwork has pervaded our culture,
appearing on everything from public spaces to album covers, t-shirts to
cell phone wall paper, corporate ads to presidential campaigns. So what
makes this visual expression, sometimes seen only as a nuisance, an art
form? Join some of L.A.’s most prominent "writers" and creative
thinkers for a discussion of graff.

Discussion Panel with Chaz Bojorquez, ManOne, and Roger Gastman

Reception featuring DJ Puffs

Moderated by Elizabeth Morín

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