Posts Tagged ‘Graffiti’
Our second Graffiti workshop for National Library Board was held on a Saturday afternoon at Bedok library. This programme is free of charge and to participate for our next workshop at the Bishan Public Library on 18th January.
The programme starts with a one-hour talk about graffiti art. Followed by hands-on spraying where participants are taught how to handle a spray can for tagging and “throw-ups”
The weather was good and we attracted the attention of passer-by.
Any query about our workshops, do drop us at email at; email@example.com
The national library board conducts many other art programmes. Check it out at GoLibrary.
Graffiti as an art form is growing in popularity in contemporary society.
Participants will be introduced to the history, style, and techniques of graffiti art. The debate about art vs. crime will be covered with emphasis on social responsibility. Spray cans will be utilized in the programme to create a graffiti piece.
Dates: 5th & 12th December 2013
Time: 10am – 12pm
Venue: Kamal’s Artshop
Goodman Arts Centre
90 Goodman Road, Blk E
Age group: 12 years old – Adult
Fees: $120 for 2 sessions
Call 63443369 for booking
A two day workshop organized by the community centre for students of a nearby school. The theme was to project the upcoming arts culture and food festival. Students spent the first day in a classroom learning about graffiti and discussing art vs crime. They also brainstormed ideas and sketched out ideas. The second day they held the can for the first time at 9:00am and completed a gorgeous mural by 2pm.