Elmira Street Painting Festival Ready to Go

The rain-or-shine event draws more than 4,000 people downtown. It will continue from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. July 13 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 14 on West Water Street, North Main Street and in Wisner Park.

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Is it ruling class warfare or just stupid

The authorities in Buffalo NY seem to be rejecting and defacing beloved works of Street Art which have been seen on the streets there for years. Some residents associate the artwork with a culture and lifestyle in Buffalo

Colin Dabkowski reports in this article from THE BUFFALO NEWS

Banksy – “Statue of Liberty Kid” – New York

Banksy – “Statue of Liberty Kid” – New York

Repinned from En las calleS by Anita

eL Seed, Jaye, Meres at 5Pointz in Queens.

Tunisian-French Street Artists eL Seed and Jaye from Paris, along with Meres at 5Pointz in Queens.

Repinned from Street Art by TheDustyRebel

Marques Toliver Busking in New York and London

Multi-instrumentalist Marques Toliver is being seen performing on the street of New York in a wholesale manner. I guess Street performing isn’t for wannabe’s anymore. It is for is’s.

READ IT ALL HERE in UK GUARDIAN

Olek Olek crocheted picnic tour

Picnicking with Olek Olek continued her crocheted picnic tour earlier today in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. More photos from Oleks picnic on TheDustyRebel Facebook page.

From Street Art by TheDustyRebel

Picture of TheDustyRebel Originally pinned by TheDustyRebel onto Street Art

Colin Huggins Classical Pianist NYC

Pushing his way into the ears of New York’s hustle and bustle Colin Huggins packs a heavy load with his baby grand. He has been street performance busking for 6 years now and has a story to tell.

Check out the video and story today on the Carbonated News site.

Niagara Falls Music & Art Festival movesl to Old Falls Street

The Festival gets no government funds and so it is partnering up with the likes of Hard Rock Cafe, Small Business and Professional Association, and Global Spectrum. But the word is they still need more sponsors to make it a big hit and serve the large crowds anticipated this year.

Moving it out of the park and onto the street will really add to the excitement of the event.In addition to music and art there will be tons of great food.

For more info visit www.festivalatthefalls.com or call the Niagara Falls Music & Arts Festival office at 534-9960.