Graffiti: A Library Guide to Aerosol Art (exhibition)

Ongoing through Sunday, January 8, 2023

“Graffiti: A Library Guide to Aerosol Art” aims to increase understanding of graffiti as a form of art and self-expression. It features images from Rose Library collections by noted graffiti photographers such as H.J. Parsons and Jack Stewart, as well as a 12-by-8-foot wall segment of original graffiti created for the exhibition by writer BASER and a glossary of terms used by graffiti writers. An interactive space allows visitors to create their own tags with markers and post them on the Wall of Fame. Open to the public at no charge during regular library hours; check hours here: (Closed June 20 and July 4.)

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