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Open Source in 15 Seconds: Shepard Fairey — Philadelphia, USA

Shepard was in Philadelphia as part of the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program ‘Open Source,’ Philadelphia’s month-long, citywide celebration of innovation and public art. The program is the nation’s largest public art program, transforming the city of Philadelphia into an Open Source space including: an exhibition of 14 new public artworks on display throughout the city, a variety of tours, both docent-led and self-guided, and a central venue which will feature artist Q and A’s and extensive documentation of the new citywide undertakings. In addition, numerous workshops, lectures, film screenings, and other exciting events co-led with partnering organizations around Philadelphia will be taking place.

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