Graffiti

Yarn Bombing

On this cold and sunny day we sit at a café terrace. Winter is slowly creeping in on little cat feet. She is there, working on her woolen pullover sweater. From a plastic bag she pulls out a skein of yarn and two long knitting needles. Within seconds our conversation takes on the rhythm of her stitching.  Files  Graffiti.

JayCee Beyale Speaks Out

I am a Navajo artist from New Mexico. I grew up in a small town called Farmington. I currently reside in Colorado Springs and have been here for the last 2 years.  My identity and background have always been present in my work and it’s because I am proud of who I am and where I come from.  My connection to aboriginal culture is heavily influenced by my involvement in the arts. Files Culture

Fanny Aïshaa: An Artist Inspired by Nature

Born in Québec City of a French Quebecoise mother and a Moroccan father, a youth protection placement officer brought Fanny-Pier Garneau into the lives of a Quebecois couple. But this was no adoption horror story in the making. Files Graffiti

Texts in french for this subject: Graffiti

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