Graffiti & Street Art Workshop tickets
Want to learn more about one of the most controversial art forms? Immerse yourself in the underground world of street art with a lesson from a respected New York City artist.
The New York Explorer Pass is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility.
While street art and graffiti have been around for a long time, the art form has become increasingly more popular and beloved by the public in recent years. What were once considered simple drawings and doodles have evolved into expertly crafted pieces of art. There’s never been a better time to learn more about the unique artistic process behind graffiti!
During your lesson, your instructor will guide you through a brief history of street art and its most notable artists. You’ll be taught about the different types of graffiti and the best techniques and theories behind it. Then he or she will perform a demonstration where you’ll see the artistic process in action.
Then, using everything your instructor has taught you, you can try your hand at creating your own tags (your graffiti signature), throw-ups (more detailed) and pieces (advanced and colorful). By the end of the workshop, you will have transformed into an amateur street artist and you’ll have an original piece to bring home!
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Present the pass to your tour guide.
Reservations are required
. Please reserve online at www.BrooklynUnpluggedTours.com
. Choose "Graffiti & Street Art Workshop", desired tour date, and input your 12 digit pass number (located near the QR code on each pass). Be sure to bring your pass with you to the tour for check-in. Your pass must be valid on the day of the tour. You will receive an email confirmation with the tour's departure location.
May be closed major U.S. holidays.
Meeting Point: in front of "Wyckoff-Starr" coffee shop, located at 30 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn (between Starr Street & Troutman Street)
Subway: L train to Jefferson Street in Brooklyn. The L train is 9 stops from Union Square, where you can transfer from the N, Q, R, 4, 5, and 6 subway lines. (Jefferson Street is a 20-minute subway ride from Union Square, or 9 stops).
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