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Annotated Bib: “1,000 Ideas for Graffiti and Street Art”

Campos, Cristian. 1,000 Ideas for Graffiti and Street Art : [Murals, Tags, and More from Artists around the World]. Rockport Publishers, 2010. EBSCOhost, ezproxy.gsu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=576676&site=eds-live. Cristian Campos’ work “1000 Ideas for Graffiti and Street Art” primarily features art works from urban … Continue reading

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Annotated Bib: “Art Crimes: The Governance of Hip Hop Graffiti.”

Lombard, Kara-Jane. “Art Crimes: The Governance of Hip Hop Graffiti.” Journal for Cultural Research, vol. 17, no. 3, Sept. 2013, p. 255. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1080/14797585.2012.752160. Kara-Jane Lombard elaborates on the ever shifting perspective and integration of hip hop culture and graffiti … Continue reading

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Digital Atlanta Collaborative Annotated Bib

Page, M., Hurley, H., Collins, B., Glover, J. B., Bryant, R., Clark, E., Davis, M., Gue, R., Melton, S. V. H., Miller, B., Pierce, M. L., Slemons, M., Varner, J., Wharton, R.(2015). Digital Atlanta: A collaborative approach to remapping Atlanta’s … Continue reading

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Working Argument Outtline

T: The purposeful street murals and art within downtown Atlanta discourages illegal activity and vandalism within the city I. The purposeful street murals and art within downtown Atlanta discourages illegal     activity A. How does street art discourage vandalism? 1. … Continue reading

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“Peace”

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Schindler Claim Paraphrased

Paragraph 2, Line 8. “The lack of public-transit connections to areas north of the city makes it difficult for those who rely on transit—primarily the poor and people of color—to access job opportunities located in those suburbs” Atlanta is largely … Continue reading

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Lexicon of Carter & Cromley’s “Introduction, from Invitation to Vernacular Architecture.”

Vernacular Architecture, Culture, Buildings, Culture Studies, MAterial Culture, Survival, Artifacts, Systematically, Ideas, Values, Society, Social Group, Social Interaction, Privacy, World, Objects, Behavior, Space, Axiom, Evidence, History, Ethnographic, Deciphering, Interpreting.  

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