We are pleased to announce that we will be curating the
Graffiti and Stencil Garden section of the historic "LA VS WAR"
event taking place April 10-13th, 2008.

We will have live artists painting anti-war and pro-peace themed
murals, pieces, and stencils.

Featured artists include:
Vyal, Mear One, Unification Theory, Asylm, Ekundayo, Cyte, Ween,
Werc, Sherm, Man One, Eyons, and others...

Here's all the info..

LA vs. WAR
April 10-13 2008
12 noon to 11pm

at The Firehouse
710 S. Santa Fe Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90021
Downtown LA
LA vs WAR schedule:
Thursday, April 10, 2008: 12:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Friday, April 11, 2008: 12:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Saturday, April 12, 2008: 12:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Sunday, April 13, 2008: 12:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

YO presents 4 days of Art and Activism Against the War.

LA vs WAR highlights the travesty of a senseless war now going into its 6th year, giving LA artists a platform to exercise their freedom of speech. Hundreds of artists representing our diverse communities unite in delivering a universal message of peace and understanding, and offering resistance and opposition to the US government's war policies.
LA vs WAR highlights:

- Yo! What Happened to Peace?: posters on display from the international touring peace poster exhibition; live anti-war poster screen-printing demos

- Hit+Run: live t-shirt printing featuring custom artwork from the Hit+Run artist network

- Mark of the Beast: display of corporate-jammed logo spoofs

- Crewest Graffiti & Stencil Art Garden: graffiti artist network doing live graffiti and stencil painting

- Center for the Study of Political Graphics: anti-war themed display from America's premier political poster archives

- Artwork Exhibition: handmade creations by independent local artists

- Universal Peace Altar: a memorial to lives lost in the war created by Ofelia Esparza and Shrine

- Peace in Iraq Photo Project by Azul 213: audience participation photo project to promote peace

- Dublab.com: music selections created by DJs from the web radio collective

- Lost Film Fest hosted by VJ Scott Beibin: film and video celebration of culture jamming and illegal art

- Light installations and projections: interactive entertainment provided by Todd Lazer


All ages are welcome and admission is free.


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