Street Art Workers
This coming Monday in Surry Hills there will be an artist talk on a street art movement from San-Francisco called Street Art Workers or SAW
Established in the U.S. in 2001, SAW is a global network of artists who use graphic art to support social change. SAW makes and distributes posters internationally to publicise the work of local grassroots activism.
SAW’s founding member, Claude Moller, will be on-hand to talk about the group, their international poster project, and state of street art in America. He has been making murals, stencils and screenprints since the early 1990s. He is the co-ordinator of the SF Print Collective and his work has been featured in numerous magazines and books, including Stencil Pirates, The Interventionists and Peace Signs.
MONDAY JANUARY 28TH
302 CLEVELAND ST
Presented by SquatSpace, NUCA, and MICKIE QUICK.
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