Youth Camp (Ages 7-18) – SIGN UP HERE!
- June 19-23
- July 10-14
- August 7-11
Adult Workshop (Ages 21+) – SIGN UP HERE!
Next Adult Workshop September 29, 30, Oct 1. 2017
Friday, Sept. 29, 6p-9p
Saturday, Sept. 30, 10a-3p
Sunday, Oct. 1, 10a-3p
SPRAYFINGER Graffiti camps are designed to help participants learn about graffiti as an exciting art form. Education in history, letter structure, aerosol techniques, and execution of personal and collaborative murals will be the focus. Students will experiment in three mediums; drawing, paper collage, and aerosol. Ages 11-18 welcome.
Tuition for one student is $350. Each additional student you sign up is discounted $50. Tuition includes all materials, equipment, and supplies. Students are required to show up ready to learn and be open for a fun and challenging experience. Light snacks and beverages will be provided, yet students need to bring their own lunches. Wear clothes that can get dirty and bring a creative mind!
NOTE: It is recommended that students purchase their own respirators for the aerosol portion of the camps, as they will not be provided. For more info on the product we will be using: ironlak.com/products/aerosols/sugar-artists-acrylic-spray-paint
WHEN: Sessions: June 19-23, July 10-14, August 7-11
Each camp is a Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm (30 hours total)
WHERE: Casket Arts “Factory” Building
1720 Madison St. NE, MPLS, MN. 55413
Deadline for registration is May 29th. Limit 10-15 students per camp.
Youth Camp (Ages11-18) – SIGN UP HERE!
Adult Workshop (Ages21+) – SIGN UP HERE!
Next Adult Workshop March 31, April 1,2, 2017
SPRAYFINGER’s first adult graffiti workshop. The weekend of March 3-5, 2017. Go to FaceBook/Sprayfinger for more info.
Friday, March 3, 6p-9p
Saturday, March 4, 10a-3p
Sunday, March 5, 10a-3p
Casket Arts “Factory” Building -1720 Madison St. NE. MPLS, MN. 55413
Registration and sign up info are coming soon. Please call 612.224.2939 to make a reservation. Space is limited to 10 participants.
The SPRAYFINGER workshops are set up for learning Graffiti: The Art of Creative Lettering and its aesthetic form. Students can expect to learn graffiti as a fine art, with concepts about graffiti that speak to it as a movement, a source of communication, the enhancement of community rather than its detriment, and its 50+ year history. Students begin drawing letters/fonts in their simple forms that increasing gets more complexed with students own creativity. Students also work with color paper collage and simple color theory. And lastly and most important students work with aerosol/spray paint and the traditional graffiti motifs with mural applications adding in a variety of techniques, mediums, and images of their personal choice.