Lectures are available only for participants of the School for Young Artists program
Maria Udovydchenko will discuss determinations of street art and public art, history and context of appearance of art in the urban space and the key points in its development, core differences between independent street art and public art, as well as terminology issues and controversial issues that both researchers and the artists face. The second lecture will focus on the Russian context — through the institutionalization of independent interventions, artists will get acquainted with the history of Russian street art and discuss the features of translation terminology.
Maria Udovydchenko is a street art researcher, archivist, curator of the educational program of the Street Art Research Institute, St. Petersburg (2017-2020), author of a study on the terminology of Russian street art.
Image: Sixeart, JR, Faile, Os Gemeos, Nunca и Blu on the Tate Modern façade, London, 2008.