An Infamous Tag
date: September 01, 2017
Graffiti has always been considered revolutionary, and throughout history any revolution at first was considered a crime. Graffiti has been used by groups and individuals who have felt oppressed or suppressed and needed an outlet to express themselves, so they write on the walls. Mobile Fashion Week started as a revolution, an outlet for Gulf Coast/Southern Designers to express themselves without having to travel or move to towns that could never be considered home. Enjoy our Graffiti, enjoy our Crime, enjoy our Fashion, enjoy our Revolution.
The Small Room exhibition artists include:Justin Tullie (Designer), Tony Davis (Designer), and Jordan Atchison (Artist). Meet the artists on ArtWalk night, September 8, from 6 - 9 PM. The show will be available to see from 9 AM - 5 PM on weekdays throughout the month of September.