Graffiti Art Programming and Synonym Art Consultation : The Wall-to-Wall Mentorship Program 2019 Workshop Series at Studio 393!, September 10 - 20

Winnipeg, 10 September 2019 – Graffiti Art Programming and Synonym Art Consultation are pleased to announce our new project, The Wall-to-Wall Mentorship Program 2019 Workshop Series at Studio 393!

Please join us the following dates for a series of workshops with professional artists, exploring visual arts, hip hop and music production:

Sept 10 & 11 / 4-6pm @ Studio 393: Cartel Madras, a collaborative music video and recording workshop with Cartel Madras, Calgary-based hip hop sister duo.

Sept 12 / 5-7pm @ The Forks Underpass: Lacey and Laylawill demonstrate all the steps to scaling up a drawing to a mural, providing participants the opportunity to draw alongside the artist duo.

Sept 17 / 5-7pm @ Studio 393: NYC-based graffiti artist Queen Andreawill teach an art-focused workshop.

Sept 19 / 5-8pm @ Studio 393: Cell7will cover everything from her creative process of writing to recording and arranging, and where to take songs from there.

Sept 20 / 5-7pm @ Studio 393: DJ Kimmortalwill speak about their artistic and creative process as an interdisciplinary artist. Participants will take part in a writing workshop that will then transform into a word/rap workshop.

Wall-to-Wallis a mural and culture festival that takes place in Winnipeg every year throughout September. It sees the creation of multiple indoor and outdoor murals across the city and celebrates each new work of art with unique events. The festival culminates with a huge block party that coincides with Nuit Blanche, bringing together diverse communities around art, music, dance, and more. The Wall-to-Wall Mentorship Program is a two-tiered skills training initiative that engages artists at various stages in their career in collaborative mentorship projects.

Graffiti Art Programming Inc.is a not-for-profit community art centre dedicated to celebrating the many roles that the arts play in the lives of all Manitobans, and is committed to enhancing the cultural well-being of communities and neighbourhoods.