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OUTSIDE/IN curated by Leon Rainbow
Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts
22 North High Street, Millville, NJ 08332
June 15th to July 14th, 2012
Friday, June 15th, 2012 6-9pm
free and open to the public
Video Projections by Andrew Wilkinson
Carmelo “Snow” Sigona
Will ” Kasso” Condry
Jon “LANK” Conner
Fore more info:
Here is pics of some of the graffiti pieces I did in 2011.
This Graffiti Art Class (originally developed by Pose Two) was created to teach and explore the history styles and techniques of the art form called graffiti. This class will follow a similar format and be taught by members of the Vicious Styles Crew.
The Trenton location for weeks 2-7 is at:
Turning Point United Methodist
15 South Broad Street, Trenton, NJ
Enter on 2nd Floor of Broad and Front St. Garage – 132 E. Front St – 08608
Parking is Free and Secure
The Trenton location for weeks 8-15 is at:
Terracycle, 121 New York Ave, Trenton, NJ 08608
for more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-635-1411
When: Saturdays, 9:30am – 11am
Cost: $150 3 sessions (pre-registered)/ $60 1 session(pre-registered) / $15 each class (day of)
(DOES NOT INCLUDE COST OF PAINT AND OTHER ART SUPPLIES)
Some Supplies may be donated, we will have blackbooks markers., etc for sale on site.
TO ORDER AND MORE INFO CLICK HERE
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Jersey Shore Aerosol Art Battle Against Hunger
Sunday November 13th Noon–5pm
160 Newman Springs Rd. East, Red Bank, NJ
Presented by Jersey Fresh Jam and Colorest Art Supplies
Sponsored by Crescent® Graffiti Paper™ & Montana Spray Paint
Admission is Free but…This is a fundraiser to benefit The Foodbank Of Monmouth and Ocean County. We are asking for a monetary donation or a donation in the form of non-perishable food items listed below.
PLEASE HELP us out by Sharing this event with your friends, especially at this time of the year thinking of the families that can benefit from this event and the positive role this Art Style can benefit the community!
100% of proceeds go to Foodbank!
Canned meat Canned tuna Canned fruits Canned veggies Canned pork & beans iinstant potatoes Canned juices canned & dry soups peanut butter jelly sip size juices hot and cold cereals nonperishable milk
Please No Glass Items!!
For every $5 Donated The Foodbank can distribute $30 worth of food for needy families!
THE AEROSOL BATTLE!
10 Graffiti Artists Battling it out! Invitation Only
Invited Artist Battling:
Demer VS Wallnuts, Stie FH, Klark IYA VS, Sye TC5 , Ras VS Elan Wonder Fresh Collective, Luv One Sage Collective, 2Ils Rockswell SIC TMB, Spek BCK , Arez808 PFE-EV
Rain VS—Dezo TC5,
Art Materials Valued at $500
from Colorest – Winsor & Newton (ColArt)– Montana -Crescent – COPIC Markers & Gift Card From Rare Breed Footwear
What is an Aerosol Art Battle?
A theme is given the day of the event. Then artists are given an equal amount of time to complete their art on space provided. Example, canvas, Crescent Graffiti Paper, wood. They will all be using Montana spray paint and paint markers. A qualified panel of judges base the art on different criteria, lettering, concept, color, composition, originality and technique.
THE BLACK BOOK BATTLE! OPEN TO EVERYONE!
Register at Noon or anytime before event at Colorest during business hours.
Crescent will provide all on-time attendees with Black Book. Colorest will be providing some art materials, although contestants are urged to bring materials such as: colored pencils, markers, paint markers etc. to compete in battle. Sharing could take away valuable time! Registration is limited!
Art Materials Valued at $100 and Gift Card From Rare Breed Footwear!
Registrants will be given a topic to use for inspiration, they will be allowed 60 minutes to complete this piece. Then Judges will pick winner based on same criteria for Aerosol Event. If you have never competed and want some tips take our workshop from 12-2 on Saturday 11/12 with Leon Rainbow (Judge) for tips and tricks!
What is a Black Book Battle?
Similar to the aerosol event but, instead of painting on large surfaces you draw, paint and design all on paper. Black books are a place for artists to put down ideas, Crescent® Graffiti Paper™ is designed specifically for spray paints, acrylics and won’t dry out markers. Great place for artists to sketch or experiment anywhere inspiration strikes.
Mike Ciccotello Skullboy Will Kasso Lee Bernardo
These Artists will be Showcasing their Art for display and to purchase will be here also! (cash only sales)at least 10% of proceeds from showcasing artists will go to The Foodbank.
All updates on event will be here or find us on
TWITTER @Colorest @JerseyFreshJam
Mrs. G TV & Appliances is calling on all young artists in grades 6 through 12 to show their talent and support of Breast Cancer Awareness in a refrigerator-decorating contest. The top 3 entries will be invited to our showroom to paint their designs on retired refrigerators and have a chance to meet Trenton graffiti artist Leon Rainbow, the Jersey Fresh Jam artist who has been featured on CNN and in the New York Times and Princeton Magazine. The Grand Prize winner will receive a $150 savings bond and Mrs. G TV & Appliances will give a matching donation, plus $1 for every voter entry up to $500, to Susan G. Komen of Central/South Jersey.
To participate, please download the entry form and template (PDF or JPG) and come up with your design concept, keeping in mind that you will have to paint it on a full-size fridge if you are one of the top 3 chosen. All students under the age of 18 must have signed parent/guardian permission to participate in the contest. Signed consent also gives Mrs. G TV & Appliances permission to use any images of the winning design and artist in any media placement during and following the contest. Designs can be submitted by mail or email and must be received by Monday, September 26th, 11:00pm EST. Mrs G TV & Appliances will pick the top 3 artists and notify them by phone or email. The painting event, which is open to the public, will occur on Saturday October 1, 2011 and the refrigerators will be on display through late Fall.
Saturday, September 17 · 12:00pm – 7:00pm
720 Monroe St. Hoboken, New Jersey
At the Monroe Art Center. Curated by Lynda Smith, Chris Rockwell, Josh Matson and Leon Rainbow. There will not only be great Art Work, but poetry and music. Artists from New Jersey, Philly and New York.
We will have open Mic and lot’s of good performances. Food and Beverages