Brooklyn Public Library

Graffiti Art with David Alicea

A Program featuring Brooklyn Public Library (Brooklyn Public Library)

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About this Program

Learn about the history of Hip Hop through the bold world of graffiti art, one of the five foundational elements of Hip Hop. You'll learn how to create your own tag during this workshop and talk about Hip Hop's influence over the world of visual art. Snacks provided! This program is for tweens and teens in grades 6th - 12th. 

About The Speaker

The Speaker for this Program.

Brooklyn Public Library

Brooklyn Public Library

Brooklyn Public Library

Topics Covered

Culture Conversations


Brooklyn Public Library - Central Library, Dweck Center

10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn

160 E. 5th Street Brooklyn, NY 11218

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