Photographer: Madeleine Tonzi
Posts Tagged ‘Mural’
Last chance to see the Special Delivery 2012 Exhibit is Sunday September 30th, 2012 from Noon till 6pm.
The documentary VIGILANTE VIGILANTE will be showing during the exhibit at 2pm and 5pm.
LOCATION: The Carbon Warehouse – 1350 4th Street, Berkeley, California
Camera Friendly – No Alcohol, No Bags – Donations Appreciated
The FEW AND FAR mural production in West Oakland, curated by Meme, was painted by 17 female graffiti writers who flew in from around the world. This project was paid for out of pocket by the artists themselves. It’s a great loss to Oakland to see this mural go.
Read more about the Few and Far mural project on OakTownArt.com
For more photos and info about the Special Delivery show… Portland.EndlessCanvas.com
Artists NMG (Not My Government) and GATS (Graffiti Against The System) in solidarity with political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal, whom was wrongly imprisoned for shooting an officer, recently installed a “FREE MUMIA” mural for Mumia’s birthday (April 24, 1954).
Mumia was imprisoned in 1981 and sentenced to death. Before his arrest, he was an activist, radio journalist, and part-time cab driver. He was a member of the Black Panther Party until October 1970.
For more information check out… www.FreeMumia.com