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5th Annual Estria Invitational Graffiti Battle – Oakland, CA

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

The battle finals are here! 20 artists will be competing, including the six finalists from New York, Los Angeles, Honolulu, and 2010 Battle King, Vyal.

Finalists Include:
Doves (NY), Meres (NY), Woier (LA), Level (LA), Katch (HI), and Ckaweeks (HI)

Check out our lineup of graffiti festival events leading up to the final battle!

The Can Film Festival Featuring Bomb It 2
DATE: Thursday, 10/6/11
LOCATION: Roxie Theatre 3117 16th St, SF
TIME: 6pm, 9pm
COST: $10
purchase presale tix here > http://canfilmfest.eventbrite.com/

The Estria Foundation Art Show at SMSHBX Opening Night
DATE: Friday, 10/7/11
LOCATION: Smshbx 18th and Telegraph, Oakland
TIME: 6-8pm
COST: Free
RSVP on FB here > https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=277825142247154

Pecha Kucha “Women Creating Public Art”
DATE: Friday, 10/7/11
LOCATION: Oaksterdam University, 1600 Broadway Oakland
TIME: 8-10pm, doors open at 7pm
COST: $10
21+ only
purchase tix http://pechakuchaoaksterdam.eventbrite.com

5th Annual Estria Invitational Graffiti Battle
in partnership with Life is Living Festival
DATE: Saturday, 10/8/11
LOCATION: DeFremery Park, 1651 Adeline St. Oakland
TIME: 11-6pm
COST: Free
RSVP on FB here > https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=158686520884741

Other events to check out!

“Fast Forward” @ 1AM Gallery, 1000 Howard St. SF

1AM and curator, Mike Tyau, are pleased to present “Fast Forward”, a group exhibition that captures the progressive evolution of spray can art.  The collection includes works from Suiko from Japan, Sueme from Canada, Jaybo from Germany, and Poesia, Robz, and Bam from the Bay Area.  The opening reception is on Friday, September 23rd, 2011 from 6:30 – 10:00pm.  The exhibition will run through October 30th.

Vogue Solo Show @ Famous Four Colors, 1525 Webster St. Oakland

Friday, October 7th 2011 Vogue will be releasing 10-15 new works at the F4C screen-printing gallery.  In addition to the beautiful images of women that have been a mantra to his style, his recent work has dealt with still-lifes of childhood objects – oftentimes taken to the level of detail as to render them nearly abstract.  Vogue’s use of color brings a sensational life to his work.