Saturday, October 1, 2011

If the TDSB Supports It, It Isn't Vandalism But "Street Art"

Your tax dollars in action, my friends--a Toronto "alternative" school where kids can do what they were doing on the streets as part of an "arts and social justice program":
It's a Stick Up! 
Sat. Oct 1st marks the 6th annual Nuit Blanche, a free all night contemporary art event that turns Toronto's streets into an art gallery from 7pm to 7am. It also marks Oasis Alternative's Arts & Social Justice Program and Oasis Skateboard Factory's first exhibit as an offical Nuit Blanche event. Students will be creating an installation and displaying their work alongside world renowned street artists as part of the International Adhesive Arts Expo. Visitors will have the opporunity to create stickers, swap with famous artists and Oasis students and see Oasis student sticker series based on the theme of education reform. The event is free and open to all ages, hosted by print studio The Baitshop, 358 Dufferin St, Suite 117.
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For more info, visit the International Creative Vandalism Adhesive Arts Expo website.

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