The S.H.E. Gallery Show

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Season Eleven

Mondays at 7pm CST
January 10, 2022 - March 28, 2022

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Dulce M. Diaz

January 10, 2022

S.H.E. Gallery’s Founder and Director, Dulce M. Diaz speaks on nonprofits Graffiti roots and recaps Family Resemblance: The Evolution of Chicago Style Graffiti 2021 events and discussions. Exhibit opening 3/4/22.

Trixter

January 18, 2022

The Trixter discusses ‘The Evolution of Chicago-Style Graffiti’. The Trixter is a legendary pioneer cultivating Chicago Graffiti roots artist who is continuing promotions for upcoming celebration of Family Resemblance.

Tsel One

January 24, 2022

Reintroducing first generation graffiti writer, TSEL ONE. TSEL joined us February 2020 sharing his history as a writer since 1984, as well as his work with the community. We welcome him back as we continue to celebrate “Family Resemblance: The Evolution of Chicago Style Graffiti” opening 3/4/22. TSEL will host as moderator during our second panel discussion 2/20/22. This program was hosted live at CAN T.V. by Dulce M. Diaz.

Julie Garreau

January 31, 2022

Introducing Julie Garreau, ED from South Dakota Cheyenne River Youth Project. Since 1988, Julie shares her journey and development of Graffiti Spray Jam, Red Can and how graffiti writers, including EAST ONE and TSEL ONE are giving back to the reservation camp. We proudly announce CRYP visits Chicago in support of Family Resemblance: Evolution of Chicago-Style Graffiti Exhibit opening March 4, 2022. This program was hosted live at CAN T.V. by Dulce M. Diaz.

Gear One

February 7, 2022

Introducing Kansas City 1985 graffiti writer, “QUISP ONE” AKA “GEAR ONE” with focus on Chicago’s influence and historical roots as we continue to celebrate “Family Resemblance: The Evolution of Chicago Style Graffiti” opening 3/4/22. This program was hosted live at CAN T.V. by The Trixter.

Skeme

February 14, 2022

Introducing NYC Iconic 1979 graffiti writer, “SKEME TMT” featured in legendary 1983 Film, “Style-Wars” with focus on NYC influence to Chicago’s graffiti culture, as we continue to celebrate “Family Resemblance: The Evolution of Chicago Style Graffiti” opening 3/4/22. This program was hosted live at CAN T.V. by The Trixter.

Soon 1

February 28, 2022

Introducing NYC and LA 1979 graffiti writer, pioneer “SOON ONE” with focus on his work and influence to Chicago’s graffiti culture, as we continue to celebrate “Family Resemblance: The Evolution of Chicago Style Graffiti” opening 3/4/22. This program was hosted live at CAN T.V. by The Trixter.

Codak Smith

March 7, 2022

Introducing Interdisciplinary Graffroots Artist, “CODAK” Inspired by a lineage of writers, a member of ATT and TM Crews. CODAK makes his way to live in Chicago and joined our 3/4/22 opening “Family Resemblance: The Evolution of Chicago Style Graffiti” running through 5/7/22 at Epiphany Center for the Arts. Hip Hop Element Jam celebration 5/14/22. This program was hosted live at CAN T.V. by Dulce M. Diaz

Breaker Ray & Angel Brick
from the Brickheadz Crew

March 14, 2022

Introducing Breaker Ray and Angel Brick from the Brickheadz Crew they talk with host Dulce M. Diaz about how they got into the breakdancing scene. They will be performing at the Hip Hop Element Jam celebration at The Epiphany Center for the Arts 5/14/22. This program was hosted live at CAN T.V. by Dulce M. Diaz 

Dulce M. Diaz

March 23, 2022

S.H.E. Gallery’s Founder and Director, Dulce M. Diaz speaks on her upbringing from grammar school to high school and the impact Hip Hop has given her. This program was hosted live at CAN T.V. by Dulce M. Diaz

Ang13

March 28, 2022

Introducing Ang13 who talks with host Dulce M. Diaz about the Hip Hop scene and MCing. Ang13 will be performing at the Hip Hop Element Jam celebration at The Epiphany Center for the Arts 5/14/22. This program was hosted live at CAN T.V. by Dulce M. Diaz