Wuhan hosts In­ter­na­tional Graf­fiti Art Fes­ti­val

Changjiang Weekly - - CULTURE - By Huang Li­juan

The 2018 In­ter­na­tional Graf­fiti Art Fes­ti­val was held at Wuhan Mu­nic­i­pal Arts School on June 23. Over 200 graf­fiti artists and street art lovers gath­ered to dec­o­rate the school.

TIN G, a graf­fiti artist from Shang­hai, cre­ated a piece that fea­tured a girl from the Tu­jia eth­nic group.

Nie Lei, prin­ci­pal of Wuhan Mu­nic­i­pal Arts School, said that the event was the first pro­fes­sional graf­fiti art fes­ti­val ever held in Wuhan. The goal was to pro­mote art in school.

All graf­fiti cre­ated will be cov­ered with a layer of pro­tec­tive ma­te­rial to en­sure that they will last five to ten years.

Photo by Xu Wei­wei

TIN G works on her graf­fiti.

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