Photo courtesy of Definitely Superior Art Gallery.
Thunder Bay’s dIE ActIvE Art Collective recently completed a project where youth artists were invited to paint a train car donated by local company, Mission Terminal. dIe ActIvE hosted a week of workshops in preparation for the project that included graffiti stencil design and spray techniques and a painting demo by visiting graffiti artist, James Jameserson. Artists were required to attend at least two days of workshops to be able to participate in the project, which was covered by local media. Click here to read the article or here to watch a video. For more information about dIe ActIvE visit their Facebook page.
– Cora-Rae Silk
Indigenous Community Arts Coordinator & Communications Assistant
ArtBridges / ToileDesArts
Posted with permission from Lora Northway
Community Outreach Administrator, dIE ActIvE Art Collective
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