Understand The Background Of Wall Art Writing Stickers Now
In accession to four accepted art exhibitions, the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery at St. Lawrence University will host David Sommerstein, aka DJ TapatĂo, from North Country Public Radioâ€™s â€śThe Beat Authority,â€ť for â€śBeats in the Gallery: It Ainâ€™t No Jokeâ€ť from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday in Canton.
The art exhibits focus on artery art, accurately artery art stickers. In the capital galleries, â€śRe-Writing the Streets: The International Language of Stickers,â€ť cocurated by Catherine Tedford, administrator of the Brush Art Gallery, and Oliver Baudach, administrator of the Hatch Kingdom Sticker Museum in Berlin. The exhibition appearance added than 800 stickers.
Also in the capital galleries, â€śPaper Bullets: 100 Years of Political Stickers from about the Worldâ€ť presents aboriginal 20th aeon examples of â€śsilent agitatorsâ€ť created by the Industrial Workers of the World as able-bodied as World War II- and Vietnam War-era propaganda, forth with added abreast stickers.
â€śPost 9/11 to Occupy Wall Artery to Present Day: A Artery Art Installationâ€ť by chief Meg Chandler and â€śUrban Art from the Permanent Collectionâ€ť are additionally on display.
The four exhibitions abutting Tuesday, April 18.
The accident is free. For added information, alarm 315-229-5174 or appointment www.stlawu.edu/gallery.