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:
The Jersey Fresh Jam is New Jersey’s premiere Hip Hop festival. Since 2005, it has grown from a small, humble event into one the most respected celebrations of Hip Hop culture on the east coast. At the twilight of every summer, aerosol artists from far and wide converge to adorn the walls of Terracycle INC with their signature masterpieces, while local and regionally known emcees, bands, and DJs provide the soundtrack for the days festivities.This event is free and open to the public. Come and share the excitement!
Jersey Fresh Jam presented by Vicious Styles Crew
Terracycle Complex, 121 New York Ave, Trenton, NJ 08638
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
Last Weekend I participated in the Estria Battle NYC, in Brooklyn. At the Battle we all got this Graffiti Paper from Cresent Paper. They also used it for the James Top Blackbook Competition. I met the rep and she was very cool. I have worked with many papers and I was a bit skeptical about using spray paint and markers on it. I also use water color so lets throw that in. When I cracked the paper I noticed it was very smooth. I did two test pieces the results are:
(little bit of wrinkling normal with water color)
(took it like a champ some bubbling etc..from using different spray paints)
The Graffiti Paper Passed with Flying Colors!! Took whatever and came back for more !!Great Product!!
This years theme is “Peace, Love, Unity & Having Fun!”
48th and Westminister, West Philly
Saturday June 11th, 8am-8pm
On Saturday, June 11th, 2011 we will be hosting the 10th Annual B-Boy BBQ in Philly. Since it’s inception in 1997, POSE 2, has taken this event from a local hip-hop gathering to the caliber of a world class cultural event. This yearly experience continues to grow bigger and better each year attracting individuals from California, New York, Japan, Europe and Australia. It is an oppurtunity for people of all walks of life to exper…ience all aspects of hip-hop culture from graffiti to breakdancing, emceeing and deejaying. Every year there is influx of 400-500 people of all races and ethnicities to the site of the B-Boy BBQ where they can witness local, national and internationally renowned artists in action and shop the nearly 100 vendors selling everything from spraypaint and clothing to food and face painting. This event is in the tradition of Rock Steady Day, Meeting of Styles and other large scale hip-hop events.