Workshops/Lessons

GraffitiArtist.com delivers the ultimate positive Urban Art experience. Now you can buy one-off workshops in the SHOP section of the website, book in and come to us. Or if you want to book a workshop at a school or youth centre drop us an email and we can give you prices for us to come out to you.
With skilled and mature workshop leaders you can be sure of a professional and structured programme. From conception to completion we have over 10 years experience in this unique field and are able to engage with the young and young at heart, bringing out the best in them, whatever their ability. Each workshop can be tailored to suit any scenario, from as little as 30mins to long-term projects. We have run loads of workshops for the Urban Pioneers project that is on the curriculum in many primary schools. We are committed to showing the positive side of graffiti art and explaining simply why illegal graffiti is not a good route to choose in life. You don't have to use spray paint to get people involved with street art. It's easy to design and decorate one of our baseball caps, bags or mini canvases to keep. Using non-toxic pens its easy to create a wicked piece of art to wear, use or stick on your wall! Any of these options can be chopped and changed with others to fit your budget or time scale. Just give us a shout and we can suggest what's best for you and your group.

Our workshops

Worcester Graffiti mural

The crew at GraffitiArtist.com were asked to help students at Tudor Grange Academy in Worcester to create a huge mural in the city. We worked closely with the art department to a strict brief given by the Lord Mayor of Worcester. This included that the finished mural must contain history relevant to the city and also appeal to young people and older,...

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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, about painting a graffiti mural for their 6th form common room. After a quick chat we arranged a visit to the school to discuss what we could do in the space. All the students at the school have specific...

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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, about helping the young people to redecorate a subway in the town centre. After meetings, site visits to check out the walls of the subways and risk assessments we were able to create a week long programme which included meeting the young people, coming up...

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Eden Girls School, Coventry

3rd July 2017 Aysha Patel, the finance support officer from Eden Girls' School asked us to come in and run a graffiti workshop with 2 classes of Year 7 students with varying abilities. I suggested that we could give a 30 min power point presentation, show the pupils how to create their own graffiti letters and each of the 70 students...

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Graffiti Workshops without spray paint!

You don't have to use spray paint to get people involved with street art. It's easy to design and decorate one of our baseball caps, bags or mini canvases to keep. Using non-toxic pens its easy to create a wicked piece of art to wear, use or stick on your wall! Any of these options can be chopped and changed...

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St Peters CE primary School, Harborne
Thank you so much for coming in today, the children won't stop going on about it :)
Winterfold House School, Dudley
A great morning had by all, will have to get you guys back next year!!!
The Pump Youth Centre, Lea Village
Great to meet you, the session went like a dream. Thank you so much!
Skate Park Graffiti workshop
A test testimonials on workshop page 4

Sample workshops

Eden Girls School, Coventry

3rd July 2017

Aysha Patel, the finance support officer from Eden Girls' School asked us to come in and ru...

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