Priority Made: Jan 5 – Feb 9 at Dorchester Art Project

Priority Made is a group art show of work done on or relating to the free Label 228 USPS Postal Sticker popularized through use by graffiti artists. The show will be on view from Jan 5th – Feb 9th at Dorchester Art Project with opening and closing receptions and gallery hours every weekend 12 noon – 6PM.

The show will include graff stickers, art stickers, and a timeline of the different blank versions of the 228 sticker, as well as opportunities for viewers to participate in interactive sticker making and blackbook sessions. The Boston graffiti scene will be represented by local legends like Tense, Imagine876, Deme5, Soems, Take1, Rob Stull, Omega Rocks, and Hops. Youth from East Boston and students from Madison Park High School in Roxbury will show alongside local talent, along with over 100 artists from all around the US, Canada, and even the UK, including regional heavyweights like Jayel 228 (NY) and Kever (FL). In addition to the hundreds of 228 sticker submissions, non-sticker pieces inspired by or paying tribute to the 228 sticker will elaborate on and complicate the boundaries of what “sticker art” can be. Priority Made explores the sticker as a catalyst and universal canvas from which anything can be “made” and the wide variety of work that has been inspired by or executed on this humble adhesive label.

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