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Graffiti art and street life

How does the work of graffiti artist, Jean-Michel Basquiat fit into the street life theme of this year’s College Town Film Festival in Macon? Nadia Pressley spoke with Dr. Michelle Prettyman, the Mercer University professor who selected the film.

 

 

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