“Like It. Art” is the largest festival of street art in Europe taking place in Russia. Concentration of the best creative resources of street art world for doing unique city objects of modern art and for development of the youth creative subcultures in the country. Branding Kazan as a city focused on the creation and support of available art conditions.
“Like It.Art” Manifesto
The basic idea of “Like It.Art” - is transform the space around us, using this invaluable instrument for communication with the audience - is city's infrastructure where we live. We, Mural Media, can't sitting on one's hands. The situation with graffiti and street art in our country are not suit us, those things are not unique now. There is no place for culture, no place for values, the main meaning and philosophy becomes indiscernible among the other garbage. The creativity without culture turn into an empty wrapper with no filling. We keep our interest in your works and we do think that you are a fascinating and unique artist. You have a great opportunity to participate in the International Mural Festival “Like It. Art”.
The desire to change the status quo is pushing us to the increasingly bold experiments, the format of the event can not remain the same, the festival season is coming to an end and here we can put a big dot.
“Like It. Art” is becoming increasingly to referential community. We reserve the right to select participants from one project to another, without restricting their freedom of creativity. We understand that only this special event format, proper presentation of information and freedom of action may encourage the participants to the more daring projects and "jump above their heads." The uniqueness of the project in its people.
The Manifesto – a public announcement by a person or an organisation of their own principles, intentions, programs and etc.
In 2012 we accomplished our plans, it had become possible only with the absolute confidence of participants to us, we distinctly were aware of our mission and goals. Feedback from participants about the last event was the best indicator of our unprincipled working.