during the winter and Easter half term 2013 we was at cottons skate park in Romford painting the second phase of the ramps with local skaters and riders in the freezing cold and gale force winds but that wasn’t going to stop us from getting the job completed.
great achievement by users of the skate park to stick it out.
We have just begun the first stage of a big project with Brent Council by decorating the side of Wilsden Green Library with some amazing Graffiti/Street art from Inkfetish, Mr Cenz and Aero. The works have transformed the lifeless building into a colourful and vibrant gallery for all to enjoy. The building is to be closed and redeveloped in a couple of weeks and we will be creating some permanent murals with locals schools educating and informing the residents about the move. Watch this space for updates!
Category: Community Murals, Workshops
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Over the Easter half term Positive Arts was at Barnfield Park in Medway to help decorate an abandoned and battered shelter. Over the course of 4 days we worked in the wind and rain with a group of 15+ local young people to bring back some colour and life into the area.
The artwork represents some of the activities that happen in the park with positive awareness and uplifting messages.
“What Makes You Beautiful?”
Positive Arts help Jodie Marsh with an anti-bullying workshop for her new Channel 5 documentary: Bullied
to be aired Thursday 11 April | 23:00 pm | Channel 5
find out more about the TV programme at http://www.channel5.com/shows/jodie-marsh-bullied
Alperton community school held an enrichment day for there students with various art, music and cooking activities happening through out the course of the day, The Positive arts team delivered a graffiti / street art workshop working with 3 large class groups producing art work themed on heroes and villains which will be displayed around the school
each group had 1 and a half hours to work together and discuss ideas and design a image to paint and complete.
the groups came up with some great ideas.