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Write Around Prompts for 4th Period Graffiti, Free Art, and Public Art 9-23-15

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Write Around Prompts for 4th Period Graffiti, Free Art, and Public Art 9-23-15

  1. 1. We have learned that the need/drive to create graffiti spans across time and cultures around the world. Why do you think this is so?
  2. 2. How does street art remove barriers for experiencing art? Why is this important?
  3. 3. In the articles and videos we watched, we frequently heard statements about the tension between art that is indoors and in galleries is privileged whereas art created on the streets and “in the wild” is more accessible and more authentic. Do you agree with this perception? Why or why not? Is there a third space that brings the two together?
  4. 4. Do you think street art and movements like Free Art Friday bring about social change and make “louder” statements about issues than traditional art that we might see in a gallery or museum? Why or why not?
  5. 5. In your opinion, how might street art/graffiti and movements like “Free Art Friday” be transformative and a catalyst for positive change for local communities? How can these forms of art bring communities together?
  6. 6. "Graffiti is an affirmation of the individual," said Sara Cochran, curator of modern and contemporary at the Phoenix Art Museum. "The idea of graffiti has a lot to do with raw energy and authenticity.“ (from the CNN article) Do you agree with Cochran's statements? Why or why not?
  7. 7. "Reveling in the freedom of the way free art works, whether as a way to brighten someone’s walk to work or as a way to engage the world with ideas, whether canvas or vinyl or rock, or upcycled materials, My Dog Sighs says that, "All street artists, whether producing static or removable art, hope to promote discussion in one form or other. ‘Talk about me and my work’, ‘Question the images thrown at you,’ or ‘Use your political power.’ How do you see Free Art Friday accomplishing one or more of these things?Quote Source: http://mic.com/articles/30569/free-art-friday- a-global-art-movement-everyone-can-appreciate)
  8. 8. What graffiti/street art artist is on your radar right now and why? Why or how does this artist’s work appeal to you?
  9. 9. Where does graffiti start and vandalism end?
  10. 10. Does fame and a staff to assist (i.e. Banksy) change the act of street art? Why or why not/how?

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