Graffiti hats in the Teepee at Blackpool St Johns Square May 20th and 21st in the lead up to the fantastic Breakin’ Convention Show at Grand Theatre.
This May we worked with Grand Theatre to publicise and support the ‘Breakin’ Convention’ show at Grand Theatre Blackpool
We worked with Revoes notorious ‘Graffiti Grannies’ on the 16th May at Matcham Court Grand Theater Blackpool.
Selected photos from the 5 workshops can be found below.
Graffiti sign workshop at Ibbison Community Center
and a selection of photos from workshops with Aiming Higher,
Aspired Futures, Streetlife and Headstart Blackpool
Start of the day sketch up.
Working with Samantha Bell (Wingz Theatre Works)
Blackpool Grand Theater
With young people from UR Potential
Getting ready for https://www.blackpoolgrand.co.uk/event/into-the-hoods-remixed/
Getting stuck in to the painting
The finished piece as a backdrop to the dancing with FY Wingz. Brilliant
We love working with Club2Go. Fantastic and dedicated people who offer activities to young people in areas where there is little or no access to arts and sports during the holidays.
The young participants love the Posca pens that were kindly donated to us by them earlier this year
All the cardboard we use is recycled
We took a selection of art works spray painted by young people from Blackpool, to the Grand Theater for the Breakin’ Convention show on the 2nd June. We cut out the painted signs to create a series of art works for display at the Grand Theater.
As part of the Circles of Light Project we facilitated a drop in session for a day at Kirkham Park.
Families and young people participated throughout the day.
Mr Dee was kept busy
The art works went to good use