Vandalism or Art? As the people who will shape the world you live in, you will make decisions about what is acceptable and what is not in our culture. You will be voting for leaders that share your vision. And have a hand in developing social norms. Ask students to think about this space do they think this is Vandalism or Art? Then ask, If you lived here, would you consider this vadalism or art? Did you change your opinion?
Vandalism or Art? Why?
Vandalism or Art? Why? How does it differ from other spaces?
Does this statement make you think? Do you agree or disagree?
Vandalism or Art? Do you think this is visually appealing? Do you think this would be a “cool” ladies room to have at Pentucket? Do you think writing on the walls stops when you leave the restroom? Does your opinion change when you think about
Vandalism or Art? Would you want this for Pentucket? If the earlier statement is true “Society Gets the Kind of vandalism it deserves”, does Pentucket deserve the graffiti that is being drawn on the walls of the building?
Vandalism or Art?
Vandalism or Art? Is it different than the former slide? Why or Why not.
Vandalism or Art? Why or why not
Public murals like this one were outlawed in Los Angelos by the city council. Citizens are fighting this and have a hearing coming up soon. What do you think about this.
Mr. Pollard has been busier than a one-armed paper hanger, trying to keep up with cleaning the graffiti. This is a drain on our resources.
Many communities come together to clean graffiti because they can’t afford to stay on top of it.
What is the future for Pentucket, as a student body, you will decide what type of building you want to come into.