Das Urban Art Festival ist Kulturhub, Galerie & Bar-Lounge und Aktionsplattform für erlesene Kunst, Kultur, Musik und Mode. In einem Zeitraum von vier Wochen bietet das Programm ein (sub)kulturelles Mashup, lässt die Grenzen zwischen den Disziplinen verschmelzen und zu einem Gesamthappening werden. Als neuzeitliches Kulturphänomen wird Urban Art in form von Events und Ausstellungen präsentiert.


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