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Muralist Katie Yamasaki On Giving Girls A Voice Through Art

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Katie Yamasaki is at the helm of a number of community-based, large-scale murals with teenage girls, which creates a place for them to come together, choose an issue affecting their community, and express their ideas through public art. Her work, she says, is about providing “a visual platform where different communities can have a public voice.”

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  • Love Art House

    This is great! Love that she is helping to get more young women into the muralist art form. This is something that could benefit many teenage girls in cities everywhere.