Class E and G enjoyed graffiti practice, yesterday! Here are some results…
They made and cut their own stencils to help transfer an image to a cap, which they got to take home afterwards. This visit relates to what they’re doing in class this term, which is Urban and Rural Landscapes. They learned new and exciting graffiti techniques. They also learned the important facts about where this style came from and how it has become what it is today.
This is our first Urban Arts Academy visit but it won’t be the last! Well done Classes E and G!!
To find out more about the Academy please visit http://urban-art.academy/.