GAP Caitlin Bruce

Monday, January 27, 2020 - 6:00pm
Community of Christ, 1805 Tonapah Street Beechview

Global Creative Cities: Exploring Transnational Youth and Graffiti Cultures
Dr. Caitlin Bruce (Ph.D Communications), our 2019-2020 Global Academic Partnership (GAP) will organize a series of events over the next two years (talks, workshops, and art production events) to develop an international dialogue around the themes of creative cities, youth, and graffiti practice within a global frame.

 

Gloria
Talamantes
Creator of Brown Walls Project in Chicago Illinois (GLOE)
Joe
Schipani
Director of Flint Public Art Project
Ricardo
Klein Ph.D.
University of Valencia, Spain

 

Colores institucionales en mi barrio: El desafio con arte graffiti/Institutional
Colors in my Neighborhood: The Challenge of Graffiti

Gloria Talamantes, Creator of Brown Walls Project in Chicago Illinois (GLOE)
Monday, January 27, 6-7 PM at Community of Christ, 1805 Tonapah Street Beechview
*Reception to follow

Changing the Narrative from Crisis to Art
Joe Schipani, Director of Flint Public Art Project
´╗┐Monday, February 24, 5-6 PM at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, East Liberty Branch
 

Development of Street Art as Community Experience in Latin America
Dr. Ricardo Klein, University of Valencia, Spain
Monday, March 16, 12 - 1 PM at 4130 Posvar Hall