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2/22/17 UNIVERSITY NEWS UMKC’s INDEPENDENT STUDENT NEWSPAPER  Wastedland 2: Artists Bring Unique Film Screening to Kansas City KC_room.jpg“Collaborative artists foster revolutionary ideas while thriving off each other’s creativity. Jaclyn Danger, co-founder of screening collective The Cannonball Roarers, hosted a unique “secret screening” in an undisclosed location of Kansas City.” (Photo by Jaclyn Danger)

 

2/15/17 Cincinnati’s CityBeat Magazine To Do: Wastedland 2 at The Lodge by MAIJA ZUMMOToDo_0215_TheLodge_Wastedland_AndrewShirley.58a5c9e599162.jpg
“Avant-garde graffiti film Wastedland 2 gets its local premiere at Masonic Temple-turned-arts-collective The Lodge on Sunday.”

 

2/15/17 405 Magazine OKC GALLERY’S SURREAL SHOW by Louise Scrivens 
“Artist Andrew H. Shirley has chosen OKC as the site to premiere his critically acclaimed Wastedland 2 in the central U.S.”
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11/18/2016 RVA MAGAZINEThe Writing on the Wall” by Samantha Willisandrewshirley_gallery511-16_swillisArtist Andrew H. Shirley with his piece “Piles Upon Piles Upon Piles Upon Piles” (Photo by Samantha Willis)
11/14/16 RALEIGH AGENDA  “Raleigh Film Underground Is Working to Enrich Raleigh’s Counter-Culture” by Mike FerrellIMG_0833-1.JPGGull performing in Raleigh warehouse for “Wastedland 2” screening (photo by Emily Alexander)
11/7/16 COMMON WEALTH TIMES  Gallery 5 Presents: WASTEDLAND 2  by Sarah Kingscreen-shot-2016-12-21-at-4-45-35-pmphoto by Julie Tripp
11/2/16 RVA MAG “Gallery5 to Transform into a Post-Apocalyptic Graffiti Wonderland with ‘Wastedland 2′”   by Amy Davidscreen-shot-2016-12-21-at-4-59-52-pm
10/26/16 HUFFINGTON POST “When Counter-Culture Becomes Culture: Wastedland 2 and Andrew H. Shirley” by Jaime Rojo and Steven Harrington2016-10-25-1477426944-2749628-brooklynstreetartwastedlandjaimerojodetroit0916web3-thumbPhoto by Jaime Rojo
9/27/16 MASS APPEAL  “Wastedland 2” Turns Detroit Factory into Graffiti Wonderland by Ray Mockunspecified-18“Wastedlnd had the feel of a 90’s rave setting mixed with a 907 Mad Max vibe.” -DONT  (Photo by Phil Conners)
9/12/16 DETROIT METRO TIMES  ‘Wastedland: Detroit’ to take over Recycle Here this Friday by Michael Jackmannode-image“The last time we heard from Andrew H. Shirley was about four years ago. Back then, the native Detroiter was working on a show called Monty and the Boozehound, and we wrote the show up after meeting the artist for some burgers.” (image still from Wastedland 2)