The LoMan Art Festival is a festival that seeks to "bring a diverse group of artists together in Lower Manhanttan to create a visual arts festival for Manhattan."
From August 6–9, 2015, the walls of lower Manhattan will spring to life with The LoMan Arts Festival, New York City’s first-ever mural festival. The event’s inaugural year will bring large-scale works by acclaimed mural artists to 21 lower manhattan neighborhoods, from 23rd Street to the South Street Seaport, in celebration of art that is public, permanent, and accessible to all. Festival programming will include film screenings, panel discussions, a raucous live graffiti battle, and a sculpture garden featuring the infamous bust of Edward Snowden.
The festival is organized and presented by the L.I.S.A Project and will feature dozens of the City's best muralists, including Ron English, Beau Stanton, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, TATS CRU, Os Gemeos, Ludo, Solus and other accomplished muralists.
Check out the event page for more information.
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