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  • Lata 65, a group of senior citizens, may be the world's most interesting graffiti gang.
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  • Lata 65 is a creative workshop teaching street art to senior citizens in Lisbon, Portugal.
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  • The new urban workshops strive to break down stereotypes and ageism by teaching street art to senior citizens.
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  • In conjunction with the Wool-Covilha Urban Art Festival, Lata 65 aims to awaken, motivate and excite the elderly through urban art.
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  • It is presented as a workshop taught in totally relaxed working environments.
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  • The murals bring color and charm to otherwise run-down neighborhoods.
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  • The relaxed environments are ideal for learning a variety of intervention techniques used in the streets, while working directly with some of the best urban artists today.
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  • Architect and founder of Lata 65, Lara Pebble Rodrigues, explains that her goal is to pass on street art to the elderly, using it as a tool to bridge the gap between generations.
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