Graffiti Street ArtUrban Creativity Scientific Journal

After Urban Creativity Lisbon activities 56 and 7 of July 2018 here is presented the 4th Volume of SAUC Journal reaching other audiences and building an ongoing trajectory of recognition aimed to the highest standards not only academic and or institutional but above all production and practice oriented Engaging with a big heterogeneity of disciplines focused on graffiti street art as subjects of theorization and practice towards the definition of an academic and professional disciplinary field of Urban Creativity The 2018 activities thematic “about time” aimed the objective of problematizing the chronological constraints of street art graffiti and urban creativity in general Reinforcing the idea of the atemporal potentially interpreted as something indissociable of human nature linking 30000 old archeological findings with today If in the conference we used 3 venues Main Auditorium Lagoa Henriques of Fine Arts Faculty Auditoriums and the Auditorium of Cascais Cultural Center werethat 80 participants had the opportunity to share perspectives fromthat 20 disciplinary fields and 35 countries Here in the 2018 edition of SAUC Volume 4 with near 40 contributions distributed in 2 journal issues This issue 2 “Changing times Resilience” gather contributions about Resilience and adaptability through institutionalization formal aesthetic shiftGraffiti as a Palimpsest Framing Poetical Expression Poetic Objects in Public Space Geographically framed approached as The “black and white mural” in Polytechneio in Athens The Evolution of Street art and Graffiti in India Shark Graffiti On Reunion Island Russia Specifics of Periodization in Russian Street Art Temporal overview looks upon strategies for creating village identity symbols using street art tactics The commodification of alternative cultural spaces English Language Video Documentaries On Contemporary Graffiti And Street Art A brief history of street art as a term up to 2000 And finaly an article review of Glaser K 2017 Street Art and New Media And the invited contribution of OPNI Group Grupo OPNI graffiti and urban violence in present day BrazilWith contributions from Switzerland Finland Spain Sweden Greece Poland New Zealand USA Austria UK Russia and BrazilAfter Urban Creativity Lisbon activities 56 and 7 of July 2018 here is presented the 4th Volume of SAUC Journal reaching other audiences and building an ongoing trajectory of recognition aimed to the highest standards not only academic and or institutional but above all production and practice oriented Engaging with a big heterogeneity of disciplines focused on graffiti street art as subjects of theorization and practice towards the definition of an academic and professional disciplinary field of Urban Creativity The 2018 activities thematic “about time” aimed the objective of problematizing the chronological constraints of street art graffiti and urban creativity in general Reinforcing the idea of the atemporal potentially interpreted as something indissociable of human nature linking 30000 old archeological findings with today If in the conference we used 3 venues Main Auditorium Lagoa Henriques of Fine Arts Faculty Auditoriums and the Auditorium of Cascais Cultural Center werethat 80 participants had the opportunity to share perspectives fromthat 20 disciplinary fields and 35 countries Here in the 2018 edition of SAUC Volume 4 with near 40 contributions distributed in 2 journal issues This issue 2 “Changing times Resilience” gather contributions about Resilience and adaptability through institutionalization formal aesthetic shiftGraffiti as a Palimpsest Framing Poetical Expression Poetic Objects in Public Space Geographically framed approached as The “black and white mural” in Polytechneio in Athens The Evolution of Street art and Graffiti in India Shark Graffiti On Reunion Island Russia Specifics of Periodization in Russian Street Art Temporal overview looks upon strategies for creating village identity symbols using street art tactics The commodification of alternative cultural spaces English Language Video Documentaries On Contemporary Graffiti And Street Art A brief history of street art as a term up to 2000 And finaly an article review of Glaser K 2017 Street Art and New Media And the invited contribution of OPNI Group Grupo OPNI graffiti and urban violence in present day BrazilWith contributions from Switzerland Finland Spain Sweden Greece Poland New Zealand USA Austria UK Russia and BrazilAfter Urban Creativity Lisbon activities 56 and 7 of July 2018 here is presented the 4th Volume of SAUC Journal reaching other audiences and building an ongoing trajectory of recognition aimed to the highest standards not only academic and or institutional but above all production and practice oriented Engaging with a big heterogeneity of disciplines focused on graffiti street art as subjects of theorization and practice towards the definition of an academic and professional disciplinary field of Urban Creativity The 2018 activities thematic “about time” aimed the objective of problematizing the chronological constraints of street art graffiti and urban creativity in general Reinforcing the idea of the atemporal potentially interpreted as something indissociable of human nature linking 30000 old archeological findings with today If in the conference we used 3 venues Main Auditorium Lagoa Henriques of Fine Arts Faculty Auditoriums and the Auditorium of Cascais Cultural Center werethat 80 participants had the opportunity to share perspectives fromthat 20 disciplinary fields and 35 countries Here in the 2018 edition of SAUC Volume 4 with near 40 contributions distributed in 2 journal issues This issue 2 “Changing times Resilience” gather contributions about Resilience and adaptability through institutionalization formal aesthetic shiftGraffiti as a Palimpsest Framing Poetical Expression Poetic Objects in Public Space Geographically framed approached as The “black and white mural” in Polytechneio in Athens The Evolution of Street art and Graffiti in India Shark Graffiti On Reunion Island Russia Specifics of Periodization in Russian Street Art Temporal overview looks upon strategies for creating village identity symbols using street art tactics The commodification of alternative cultural spaces English Language Video Documentaries On Contemporary Graffiti And Street Art A brief history of street art as a term up to 2000 And finaly an article review of Glaser K 2017 Street Art and New Media And the invited contribution of OPNI Group Grupo OPNI graffiti and urban violence in present day BrazilWith contributions from Switzerland Finland Spain Sweden Greece Poland New Zealand USA Austria UK Russia and Brazil