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Moseley Secondary School

 Laura Rainbow at Moseley School asked us to come in and run a morning workshop with 12 students of vary...

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Moorgate Primary School

The Head at Moorgate Primary School contacted us to brighten up a dull bike shed and promote the idea of...

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Two Rivers High School, Tamworth

We had a call earlier in the year from Jane Buckingham, the Head of Art at Two Rivers School in Tamworth...

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Perry Barr skate park, Birmingham

Here's some flicks from one of the half-term projects we called in to help facilitate. The team at 610 Y...

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Worcester Graffiti mural

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Jardine Crescent Youth Centre

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What's Your Point? Mural Project

The team was approached by Pauline Marshall at What's Your Point?, a youth inclusion group in Redditch, ...

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Workshops

Perry Barr skate park, Birmingham

29th Oct 2010

Here's some flicks from one of the half-term projects we called in to help facilitate. The team at 610 Youth Centre in Kingstanding, with support from Birmingham Wheels, had been working with the skaters and BMXers who ride the park and asked us to get involved. Youth workers DJ Merko and Justin pitched up a sound system and dropped some tunes while we got the young people involved in the art side of things. Every young person designed and decorated a trucker or flat peak cap and gave their input into what designs should go on the ramps. We then kitted them out with overalls, gloves and masks to start spraying. After a quick health and safety chat we got cracking and within the 2 days we had the park was decked out with flash graffiti pieces on all the uprights, then protected with a graffiti-proof coating. Mission accomplished!

The project was commisioned by 610 Youth Centre and supported by Birmingham Wheels
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