The S.H.E. Gallery Show

Since 2017 CAN T.V.'s non-profit services have helped us provide platform for inspiring artists and other local people of all ages and backgrounds to share their inspiring stories to help inspire you too. ​​

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Season Five: January 7, 2019 - March 25, 2019 ​​
Mondays 7:00pm cantv.org/hotline
Hosted by Trixter Tyr Dem 
Technical Engineer, Nick Diaz, Jr.

In our series presentations, and thru our interactive hotline we will explore the many facets, tenets, and practices of the growing graffiti and street art movements.​ Throughout the series by episode we will review topical content, multimedia,
and imagery in both cultural and academic contexts.

 The Phenomenon
January 7, 2019

An in-depth look at the advent and rise of street art and urban art forms.

Flash ABC
The Art & Craft
January 14, 2019

The art and craft of graffiti & street art. It also explores the Chicago origins and history of the art forms.

Tracy Kostenbader
Galleries and Collectors
January 28, 2019

The phenomenon of graffiti on gamers & collectors and explores how graffiti art fairs on the art fair market.

Amina Hawkins
Education and Vocation
February 4, 2019

The educational and vocational aspects of the art, practices, craft, culture and histories of hip-hop.

Entrepreneurship
February 11, 2019

The various career avenues of a graffiti artist.

Sociological / Historical
February 18, 2019

Technology
March 4, 2019

A look at technology and technological development in graffiti & street art.

Science
March 11, 2019

Highlights the science of graffiti in street art, from mathematics to biology chemistry and much more!

Symbolic
March 18, 2019

Symbols & symbolic interpretation as they relate to graffiti and street art.​​​​

Saleem 500 - Slang
The Future
March 25, 2019

The future of graffiti art with graffiti pioneers, as well as the five elements of hip hop.


Chicago, IL., U.S.

"An artist is above all a human being, profoundly human to the core.
If the artist can't feel everything that humanity feels, if the artist isn't capable of loving until he forgets himself and sacrifices himself if necessary, if he won't put down his magic brush and head the fight against the oppressor, then he isn't a great artist."

                                                             
 - Diego Rivera


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