Charlottetown, PEI is a small city with a growing graffiti scene full of talented artists. However, they have no way to express themselves or show their work legally without a legal graffiti wall.
When asked about building a wall in May 2009, Clifford Lee said he would never consider building a legal graffiti wall in the city. Our city officials need to understand that youth in Charlottetown need a wall to paint as an outlet, without the wall their creativity is stifled.
This petition is a message to Charlottetown's head officials: we artists have a lot of support in this city, it's not just us who want to see a legal wall! Many people in Charlottetown have seen how incredible graffiti can look if you give it a place to appear, and want to see what we can do. It's not expensive to build, and once it's done you will have a free art gallery that updates itself constantly.
Legal wall now!
We, the undersigned, want Charlottetown's city officials to have a legal graffiti wall built in Charlottetown by the end of 2010, to promote the creative productivity of our city's youth.
The Build a Legal Graffiti Wall in Charlottetown petition to Clifford J. Lee, Mayor of Charlottetown was written by Daniel Arsenault and is in the category Arts & Entertainment at GoPetition.