Revista Væranda

Brazilian society is racially, economically, and socially divided, with a clear geographic distinction that marks the spaces of the different classes. The street, as a common public space, is the venue where this division can be questioned. Street art in Brazil has become one of the representations of social struggle, marking an attempt of the marginalized classes to recover their social space and voice. This workshop will present the most common types of street art present in some areas of Brazil, focusing on murals, their social influence, and importance. We will also discuss how social and legal resistance try to suppress these artistic manifestations. Presentation will be in English.


Registration link to Brazilian Street Art

cartaz da apresentação sobre art de rua brasileira