Canton Advertising Federation (CAF) will host the luncheon “How to Use Guerilla Art Tactics to Share Your Vision with the World” — a program to inspire and teach anyone how to make memorable connections with the public.
Brands like Coca-Cola, Sharpie, Colgate, and UNICEF have launched successful campaigns using this style of art.
The luncheon will be on Thursday, March 21, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Lucca Restaurant in Canton’s downtown arts district.
California artist and curator, Lori Gordon, will guest host the program, and she is the co-founder of “Infinite Exchange Gallery,” “Social Evolution Research Gang,” and “You Can Have it All,” art projects.
Lunch attendees will learn:
• How to create public art projects that surprise and delight people.
• What it means to make art when you don’t consider yourself an artist.
• How to create art that goes beyond the usual goals.
Guests will be encouraged to create their own guerilla art project entitled “Make it Every day” and will receive a PDF E-book when the project is complete.
How to attend:
Learn more about Lori Gordon at http://www.lorigordon.com.
To learn more about CAF, visit http://www.cantonadfed.org.
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