Global Family Travels, 206 Zulu & Experience Education is proud to present 'Street Hues: Deciphering the Code', an introspective short film delving into the colorful and often controversial world of street art!
Narrated by Korvus Blackbird. Filmed and edited by Che Sehyun. Written by Khazm Kogita and Che Sehyun. Additional footage by B.Gnarley. Music produced by King Khazm.
Street Hues: Seattle Urban Art Tour
Seattle boasts a vibrant culture of street art, from the powerful pieces done in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests to the world’s longest mural display along the light rail corridor in SODO, to ever-changing murals on buildings and in alleys brimming with the brilliant work of local artists. In partnership with 206 Zulu, Experience Education, and Urbanists, participants on this small-group walking adventure in Seattle’s Central District and Chinese-International District neighborhoods explore the varied street art.
Beginning at historic Washington Hall, Seattle Street Hues guides speak to tour participants about graffiti tags, “sticker bombs,” to elaborate spray paint, brush work, and stencil pieces, and also discuss topics such as ownership, power, and identity in public art.
Check out this featured Seattle Times article: See Seattle’s street art with this new urban art tour.
*Research for this video was supported in part by the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) Fellowship, a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the United States Department of State, implemented by IREX. The views expressed are the author’s own and do not represent the YLAI Fellowship Program, the U.S. Department of State, or IREX.