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Why is art crucial to developing civic pride? | UP Art Studio - Noah and Elia | TEDxHouston

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Published on Nov 24, 2015

UP Art Studio has been working in Houston to help develop civic pride through civic art. They have been enabling new opportunities for urban street artists to come together at special galleries, big murals, and their latest project, Houston Mini Murals. They share their thoughts on street art, how it seeds culture, and why if you want the big murals, you need to also support the emerging street artists.

UP Art Studio is a Houston-based organization that facilitates art projects for
urban and contemporary artists and communities, locally and worldwide. UP Art
Studio specializes in mural and art commissions, public art projects, gallery
art shows, photography, design, event planning, and artist collaborations. UP
Art Studio is currently working on several public art initiatives in Houston,
including a Mural and Public Arts program to bring more public art to the city
of Houston and beyond, and Mini Murals (minimurals.org), a civic art project
where traffic signal control cabinets are being transformed into works of art.
UP Art Studio is run by a husband and wife team, Noah & Elia Quiles.
www.upartstudio.org

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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