Wanna be a Street Artist?

September 27, 2010 at 2:48 am Leave a comment

Whether you love to just look at graffiti or you want to create your own street art, I’ve got a film for you! Next: A Primer on Urban Painting takes a look at graffiti in America, Japan, Brazil, and six other countries. Is graffiti nothing more than vandalism or is it a form of creative expression? Could it change the world? Watch Next and decide for yourself!

On Tuesday, October 12 at 5:30 PM, the library will offer a free screening of this film in the meeting room for teens ages 13-18. Stay afterwards to discuss the film and make your own graffiti drawing. Registration is required so visit or call the reference desk to sign up.

(A note to parents: This film is not rated. Please contact the Young Adult Librarian with questions or concerns.)



Entry filed under: Things to do at the Library.

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