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Visual Arts & Theatre

This guide contains teaching resources focused on art and theatre

Featured Books from Your ATA Library

Art in the Streets

The most comprehensive book to survey the colorful history of graffiti and street art movements internationally.

Urban Art Legends

Urban Art Legends is an inspired compilation of artworks with commentary from world-renowned New York-based street artist KET.

Street Art

Is street art really art? The question seems absurd--the term itself defines it: street art.

Beginner's Guide to Sculpting Characters in Clay

Featuring detailed guides to key tools and techniques from talented expert sculptors, the Beginner's Guide to Sculpting Characters in Clay is vital reading for anyone wanting to explore clay sculpture.

The Stencil Graffiti Handbook

A wave of protest is in the air and on the walls! A new generation of politicized artists, designers and communicators the world over are using stencil art as an accessible yet powerful means of giving voice to their ideas.

Graffiti Alphabets

"Each contributor has a distinct skill that refutes the mainstream view of graffiti artists as mere vandals." --New York Times Classic graffiti lettering and experimental typographical forms lie at the heart of street culture and have long inspired designers in many different fields.

London Graffiti and Street Art

A collection of unique and inspiring photographs of London's rapidly changing graffiti and street art scene

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