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Talk: Nilé Livingston

  • Mission Taqueria 1520 Sansom Street, 19102 (map)
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How has Nilé Livingston become one of Philadelphia's most active and exciting public artists? (Her temporary James Baldwin mural in Fishtown, for instance, became one of StreetsDept.com’s most read/liked posts of 2018.) What led Nilé to public art and using art in the public space to highlight, among other things, Black thought leaders and cultural icons? And what advice might she give to those looking to create public murals themselves?

Join "Art at Mission" curator and founder of Streets Dept, Conrad Benner, for a one-on-one artist talk with Nilé Livingston on Sunday, April 28 from 12-2pm! We'll talk about all that and MUCH more, including her #ArtAtMission spring exhibition, "GRACE," a mural tribute to the legendary Grace Jones.

"Art at Mission" - Artist Talk: Nilé Livingston (FREE)
WHEN: Sunday, April 28 from 12-2pm
WHERE: Mission Taqueria, 1516 Sansom Street

Light snacks will be provided and Nilé Livingston prints will be available for purchase... See y'all soon!

Learn more about "Art at Mission" here: https://streetsdept.com/artatmission/

Earlier Event: April 27
Closing: Quaint
Later Event: April 28
Keith Fullerton Whitman - STS