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"Going Global, Breaking Boundaries"is available for travel in 2006-07. It will be exhibited at Da Vinci Art Alliance in October 2006, at
High Street Design in Millville, NJ, in November-December 2006, and at The Gallery at St.
Asaph's in Bala Cynwyd in January-February 2007.
Panel discussions with the artists and curator will be held on Sunday 29 October, 1-4 pm, funded by a grant from the Campbell Soup Foundation's Dollars for Doers Program.
Selma Eron, Allan Espiritu, Karey Maurice, Leon Rainbow, Li Qin Tan
After 9 long months, we are thrilled to present to you our new baby turtlehead. As you can all imagine the last few months have not been pleasant.
We have managed to work our way through 40 canvases, 7 tubes of red acryllic, 6 tins of black spray paint, 4 rolls of masking tape, 600 t-shirts, 900 labels, 1200 tags, 1 numbering device, 1 badge machine, 2000 badges, and many sleepless nights.
A good many uploads today, so only one photo taken by me. Thanks so much for submitting your photos and artwork. Nice additions to the Stencil Archives.
Forgot a BRC pic, and got a few submissions from the Industrial Waste Adoption Center on the playa.
Great updated pics from Saim in Lativa!
Had to create a new category, Stencils in Media thanks to a few screen grabs submitted by Bryn K9. First time adding a category in a few years.
Fresh one from New Zealand thanks to Jester.
Fresh one from Belgium thanks to Romain.
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Art in the Hall
Sept 15 - Oct 7
selected artists display their work in the halls of 401 Richmond
Queen West Art Crawl
September 15 - 17
artist Open Studio program taking place
Nuit Blanche Toronto
7:01pm to sunrise
an all night contemporary art thing
For the most part things are pretty much the same as the other shows with a few notable exceptions:
1. MOCA - The Very Living installation
My art installation at the Museum Of Contemporary Art store in Santa
Monica finally comes to a close this Saturday September 9th.
MOCA store Santa Monica
2447 Main St
2. DESKTOP MAGAZINE
The affor mentioned MOCA installation is featured in the September issue
of the Australian design magazine called DESKTOP for those not in the LA
Good to see so many stencils on the playa this year. Haven't been to Burning Man since 2002, so had no idea how off the hook the artform is in BRC. The BMorg's DPW threw in about 20 of their own this year, and Ill Ville's own Chris Benfield had a stencil station set up for anybody who wanted one.
Also happy to see a few stencils on the base of the Man himself. I know it isn't cool to tag others art, but all those blank walls were asking for it!
Found about 74 pieces out there in the dessert. (pics by Russell H)
New stencils, with a lost submission thrown in, from three continents. Hot off the digital postalway....
Toronto's Janet Bike Girl snail posted some new bikes, inspried by Atomic Zombies (pics by Russell H)
Swiss artist R.A.P. gets a new artist archive in the EU Archive.
Grabbed a few protest stencil flix from San Francisco's IMC site.
Ten new ones from my recent trip to NYC. (photos by Russell H)
A lost submission from North Carolina's Paul Overton (sorry I overlooked it for this long).
BrynK-9 sent a new one.
Lokione submitted a fun one of his painting on an Australian wall.
Alfalfa turned up on a bus bench in Sacromento, CA. (photo by BrynK-9)
No update in the next few weeks. Heading to Burning Man so hope to shoot the stencils of Black Rock City.
Stop by the Mountain Bar at 475 Gin Ling Way in Los Angeles to check out a TOTALLY FREE screening of Los Angeles Street Art, featuring Project Rabbit, Tiki Jay One, Branded, Vader One and Graffism. There will also be performances by Neptune and DJs. This event is totally free and 21+. The doors open at 8pm. Watch the trailer for Los Angeles Street Art here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vW5_wTnJm8