Visual Arts Centre

Get excited to dive into the world of GRAFFITI and create your own Graffiti artwork using painting and spray painting techniques!

Thinking of FUN activities to do this August? Join us for Graffiti Art – Spray and Paint workshop on Saturday 29 August, from 10am-12:30pm, at Visual Arts Centre, Singapore!

This workshop is suitable for anyone with a strong interest and perhaps curiosity on Graffiti art! Complete beginners to drawing or painting are welcomed to join and be completely blown away!

Be guided by local Graffiti artist ANTZ in your journey to create your own unique Graffiti artwork in this workshop. Combine design, doodling, brush painting and spray painting with pure creativity and fun. Learn to make your own Graffiti art in this 2.5 hours workshop. All art materials are provided for the session (including 50x60cm canvas, acrylic paints and brushes, spray paints, markers, aprons etc).

This workshop requires you to wear a face shield and mask during spray painting. Suitable for adults and tickets are available for one pax ($90), two pax ($170), family (three pax $250) and the minimum age for children to join is ten years old with at least one parent joining the session.

About Graffiti Art:

Graffiti art may be created with various tools and methods. The process of making Graffiti may include design and conceptualisation, drawing and doodling, brush painting, and spray painting – which is iconic of the art form. Graffiti art, also synonymously known as “Street Art” abound with creativity and expression, and has also attracted much attention with the notoriety of famous street artists like Banksy. Graffiti art is said to be a unique and expressive form of art that encourages freedom of expression and often uses bold colours, abstraction and icons of society.

About the instructor ANTZ:

ANTZ is one of the Singapore urban art scene’s mainstay talents, having been a continuously practicing creative since 1999. ANTZ stays true since the beginning of his design career and has served as a strong driving force for youth empowerment, from continuously mentoring for World Skills and Noise Singapore, to his involvement on the streets, engaging both the brightest and marginalised youth through design, street art, and graffiti.

Equipped with a strong understanding of design and an ubiquitous obsession for the Chinese culture and aesthetic, ANTZ continues to walk the art world reaching most of South East Asia, China, North America, and Europe and in the process have successfully carved out a niche of diverse and notable clientele, including Neiman Marcus, OCBC, Esplanade, Sentosa, and Facebook, to name a few.

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Course Description

Guided by local artist ANTZ, this course is:

Time: 10am – 12.30pm (2.5 hrs)

Date: 29 August 2020

Venue: Visual Arts Centre Singapore (Gallery & Open Corridor)

Price: $90/Pax

            $170/Two pax

            $250/Family of three pax 

*All art materials are provided for the session (50x60cm canvas, acrylic paints and brushes, spray paints, aprons etc).

This workshop requires you to wear a face shield and mask during spray painting. This workshop is suitable for adults and the minimum age for families with kids to participate is 10 years old.* 


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