2019.03.26 - 2019.03.26

Graffiti Tuesday

Are you between 12-25 years old and interested in graffiti and streetart? Join our graffiti workshop!

Do you like graffiti and streetart and want to learn more? Then our graffiti workshop is for you! We will meet every Tuesday and together we will try different themes, techniques and create pieces based on our own sketches. We often spray on the nearby graffitiwall Draken (Dragon) but we will also try different forms of streetart, like screen printing and sculpture. Everything is free!
We meet every Tuesday this spring and there will be fika at every session. In the winter we also arrange an exhibition together with the other Young & Creative workshops.
When? Tuesdays 17:30-20:00
Where? Röda Sten Konsthall


If you are interested and want to sign up, please contact Björn!
He can also answer your questions about the graffiti workshop.
If you have more questions about our workshops, please contact Sara!


Röda Sten Konsthall is an art venue and exhibiton center for contemporary art. Here you can enjoy different exhibitions, workshops, programs and performances on four floors - all year around. Röda Sten Konsthall is located in Majorna by the water under the Älvsborgsbron. 
Together with Young & Creative you can explore different techniques, materials, methods and thoughts. You can make your own projects or participate in workshops. You also get to experience contemporary art and learn more about how creative artists work and how exhibitions are built. A part of Young & Creative is based on graffiti and just outside the Röda Sten Konsthall building, the graffitiwall Draken (Dragon) is located. This was Gothenbugs first legal graffitiwall.
The mentors you will meet at Young & Creative are art educators, artists and youth recreation leaders who all have great experience and knowledge in the creative field. They will help you with your ideas and make them come true. You don't need any previous knowledge to participate – everyone is welcome to join our Young & Creative workshops! And it's always free.