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From 1972 through '76, UGA transitioned the writers from trains and walls to canvas and galleries. Graffiti became less crime—more art.












UGA artists create art live onstage during Twyla Tharpe's Deuce Coupe ballet in 1973.
















UGA's Bama, a.k.a. ARML, at Razor Gallery












Bama art




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MICO and his art,

far right: Flint 707










below: Fun at the orginal UGA headquaters

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TOP: 1973: Bama, Flint 707, Snake, and other original members of UGA.