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Graffiti Spray Painting Course
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Graffiti Spray Painting Course
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ART WORKSHOP

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GRAFFITI

Spray, Stencil & Paint Workshop

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Interested in learning Graffiti Spray Painting? Join us for our Graffiti Spray, Stencil & Paint Workshop!

Suitable for Kids and Teens aging from ages 10 are welcome to join us for our Graffiti Spray Painting! Learn how to create your own tag and find your graffiti street style!

Graffiti Spray, Stencil & Paint Workshop

Workshop Date/Time: [1 June 2024, Sat, 3pm-5:30pm]

Location: Visual Arts Centre MacPherson Studio

Fees: $130nett/pax (Pair tickets at $250)

Suitable for ages 10 and above!


All art materials are provided.
Bring home your own graffiti artwork to keep! [50cm x 50cm / 50cm x 60cm]

How will the Bootcamp be conducted?

Our professional Art Instructor will be guiding the kids and teens to create a “tag” or stylisation of your name/nickname using bold colours, abstraction and icons of society.

Unlock your artistic potential at our Graffiti Spray Painting workshop, inviting kids and teens aged 10 to explore creative graffiti street style!
Graffiti Spray Painting Course

About Graffiti Spray Painting

Graffiti art may be created with various tools and methods. The process of making Graffiti include design and conceptualisation, drawing, and painting. Spray painting is seen as the main medium of Graffiti art or Street art. 

Abound with creativity and expression, Graffiti art is often done as large mural art along streets and has also attracted much attention with the notoriety of famous artists like Banksy. Graffiti carries a rebellious and socio-political connotation, often existing on the fringes of the law.
Graffiti often involves stylized lettering, tags, and intricate designs created with spray paint cans.

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.

Creating a "tag" using Graffiti Spray Painting

Graffiti Spray Painting Styles & Techniques

Graffiti Spraying Demo by our Instructor

In this course, you will learn the following:

  • Writers (as graffiti artists are often called) employ their unique lettering styles, color combinations, and intricate designs to establish their individual identities. Techniques such as fading, shadowing, and 3D effects are commonly used to enhance the visual impact of graffiti pieces.

    Spray paint artists use stencils, masking techniques, and a variety of tools to create intricate and detailed compositions on various surfaces.

  • Layering – This technique involves applying multiple layers of color and texture to add depth and dimension to the design. This technique can be achieved with the help of stencils or by painting several layers of paint freehand.

  • Stenciling – This is a popular technique for creating clean and precise designs. Use a cutting tool like a craft knife or laser cutter to make your own stencils, or buy pre-made stencils online or at an art store.

  • Freehand – This is the simplest technique to create graffiti art and involves using spray paint to create designs and letters freehand. This technique can be difficult to master, but allows for a high level of creativity and spontaneity.

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An overview of the Graffiti Spray Painting steps we will be covering in the course to ease you in!

15 Minutes – Introduction to Graffiti Art – characteristics of Graffiti, various expressions and methods of Street Art

30 Minutes – Brainstorming, design and conceptualisation of your own Graffiti Art (using a 50x60cm canvas)

1.5 Hours – Acrylic Painting and Spray Painting with textures and effects, optional layering with marker drawing and design

15 Minutes – Participants touch up and refine their artworks, conclusion of Graffiti Art Workshop and photo-taking

Graffiti Spray Painting Course
Capture the essence of your surroundings with these steps: Select a your preferred graffiti style, frame a harmonious composition, draft with precision, and apply diverse techniques for your graffiti masterpiece to unfold.

Why learn Graffiti Spray Painting? How to start the Graffiti Spray Painting?

  1. Get the right materials: To get started with graffiti, you need some basic materials. These include spray paint, stencils and spraying tools. You will also need a surface to work on, such as a wall or canvas. Be sure to use high-quality materials to get the best results.
    >> VAC provides all materials
  2. Find a legal place for your graffiti art: Graffiti art is often associated with illegal activities, but there are many legal places where you can create your own graffiti art. Look for public places where graffiti art is allowed, such as designated graffiti walls or community art projects. You can also ask property owners for permission to create graffiti art on their property.
    >> VAC provides venue and well ventilated space for spraying
  3. Remember safety: Graffiti can be a dangerous activity if proper safety precautions are not taken. Always wear a mask and work in a well-ventilated area to avoid breathing in the toxic fumes from the spray paint. It is also important to be aware of your surroundings and avoid graffiti in hazardous areas.
    >> VAC provide non-toxic paint .
    . Spray paint – This is perhaps the most important tool you will need for creating graffiti art. Look for high-quality spray paint, which comes in a variety of colors and finishes. Matte spray paint is ideal for a flat, uniform look, while glossy spray paint can add shine and depth to the design.
    Stencils – Using stencils is a great way to create detailed and intricate designs with precision. You can buy pre-made stencils or make your own with a cutting tool like a craft knife or laser cutter.
    Marker – Markers are useful for adding details and contours to your design. Choose markers with different tip sizes to achieve different effects.
    Protective Equipment – Graffiti art can be dirty and potentially dangerous. Therefore, it is important to wear protective equipment such as a respirator, gloves and safety glasses.
    Surface Cleaner – Before you start painting, it’s important to clean the surface of your wall to make sure the paint adheres well. Use a surface cleaner or a solution of water and a mild detergent to remove dirt, grime or debris.
    Tape and newspaper – To protect the surrounding area from spray mist, use tape and newspaper to create a barrier around the wall.

Participants are doing the Graffiti Spray Painting

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Our Location

Dhoby Ghaut Art Studio

Visual arts Centre kids holiday

Address:

10 Penang Road, #01-02 Dhoby Ghaut Green,
Singapore 238469

Exit from Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station Exit B and turn left, we are there in 30m!

MacPherson Art Studio

Visual arts Centre Macpherson kids holiday

Address:

AZ@Paya Lebar, 140 Paya Lebar Road, #03-04,
Singapore 409105

Exit from Macpherson MRT Station Exit A and turn left, we are right across the road, 1 minute walk away!

Registration & Fees

The art courses are available only at our MacPherson Art Studio.

Graffiti Workshop (1 June) Two Pax
$250
Location Visual Arts Centre MacPherson Art Studio
Validity
1 weeks
Graffiti Workshop (1 June) One Pax
$130
Location Visual Arts Centre MacPherson Art Studio
Validity
1 weeks

All sessions are to be completed within the course duration stated. No refunds are provided for any courses/workshops/lesson purchased. Further extension of course validity of up to one month only may be provided with proof of overseas travel, hospitalization/medical certificate.

The course package(s) is/are valid within the stated date of registration. Each session under the adult and teenager course package is 2 hours 15 minutes. Visual Arts Centre reserves the right to reject/reschedule your lesson if you are late. Visual Arts Centre reserves the right to cancel/reschedule/postpone any course/session without prior notice. In the event that the course is unable to proceed due to unforeseen circumstances, a full refund of the fees will be provided. The registrant/guardian of the registrant indemnifies and holds Visual Arts Centre and/or its staff harmless from any losses sustained from any activity within the premises of Visual Arts Centre, including personal injury/loss or damages to property.

You will be redirected to the workshop registration page to fill in your enrolment details after you make payment. By clicking “Buy This Package”, you agree with our terms and conditions. Do note that there is no refund for signups.

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