Museum of Graffiti
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When street artists began leaving their mark on walls and subways half a century ago, the most notoriety they could hope for was a long arrest record. The Museum of Graffiti tracks the history of tagging, from its genesis in 1970s New York to its ascendance as a respected global art form. Dreamed up by Alan Ket, an artist who has spent 25 years as a graffiti historian, and Miami attorney Allison Freidin, the institution features a permanent collection of iconic taggers’ indelible work.
299 NW 25th St
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Kids’ drawing classes at the Museum of Graffiti
Have a budding street artist on your hands? Take them to the Museum of Graffiti for its weekly kids’ drawing classes. They’ll learn how to create bubble letters and practice different stenciling techniques during the 45-minute session, hosted for free...Classes and workshops Until Sunday June 20 2021 Free