Street art and graffiti does not need to be managed by experts, according to Laima Nomeikaite in this essay on the Nuart-festival website.
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Laima Nomeikaite is a researcher III, human geographer and urban planner, engaged at NIKU since 2016. She has a master’s degree in human geography from the University of Bergen.
In recent years she has worked on a variety of projects related to culture, heritage research and urban planning. She has experience from diverse planning processes in the field of urban planning, including public consultation, policy recommendations, implementation and management of municipal and commercial developments.
She leads the research project ‘Street art, heritage and urban space’ as part of broader urban heritage research project – BY-SIS. The project investigates the relationship between street art, heritage and space/place. She is particularly interested in the interlink between heritage, arts, city and space/place.
Laima Nomeikaite on Street Art in the Street Art & Urban Creativity Scientific Journal. Volume 3, Number 1