Posts Tagged 'St. Petersburg'

Street Art Files: Gandhi

This is the first post in the series of short interviews with uprising street artists from the post-soviet territory. Gandhi, a collective from St. Petersburg respond to our typical questions about their socially-oriented street art, and themes of feminism, tolerance, and non-violence.

/ By Partizan

Street Art Files: Gandhi

This is the first post in the series of short interviews with uprising street artists from the post-soviet territory. Gandhi, a collective from St. Petersburg respond to our typical questions about their socially-oriented street art, and themes of feminism, tolerance, and non-violence.

/ By Partizan

Lessons in Urban Interventions, St. Petersburg

Delai Sam (DIY) in St. Petersburg—hosted by Free Space and the Center for Independent Social Research— included 2 weeks of workshops, community events and lectures.   Delai Sam We traveled to the city to to participate in Adeola Enigbokan’s  ‘Sociological

/ By Shriya

Lessons in Urban Interventions, St. Petersburg

Delai Sam (DIY) in St. Petersburg—hosted by Free Space and the Center for Independent Social Research— included 2 weeks of workshops, community events and lectures.   Delai Sam We traveled to the city to to participate in Adeola Enigbokan’s  ‘Sociological

/ By Shriya

Delai Sam (DIY)

It all began in the fall of 2010, when several eco-activists got together to organize activities as part of the Global Day of Action 10/10/10 in Moscow. Global Day of Action challenges people around the world to lessen their negative

/ By Make Make

Delai Sam (DIY)

It all began in the fall of 2010, when several eco-activists got together to organize activities as part of the Global Day of Action 10/10/10 in Moscow. Global Day of Action challenges people around the world to lessen their negative

/ By Make Make

Street Signs

In 2011, Russian artist Make designed and installed a series of unsanctioned and alternative street signs in the Russian cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg. This guerrilla art installation was a self-motivated project – part satirical, part awareness raising and

/ By Shriya

Street Signs

In 2011, Russian artist Make designed and installed a series of unsanctioned and alternative street signs in the Russian cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg. This guerrilla art installation was a self-motivated project – part satirical, part awareness raising and

/ By Shriya