Legal Graffiti?

Legal Graffiti?

Did you know in major metropolitan cities around the world you can find tour guides to take you on Graffiti art tours of the city? Is putting a paper prayer in the crevices of a wall considered graffiti? Come join us for an exploration of Graffiti and its evolution as an art form, venue for political activism, and its modern iterations in Israel. There will be an opportunity to try your hand at creating your own graffiti on Boulder’s legal graffiti wall. Don’t forget to bring clothes/shoes that can get paint on them.

When: September 3rd @ 4:30 pm-6:00 pm
Where: Scott Carpenter Park
Eligibility: 9-12 Grade

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About Maya Osterman

The Boulder Jewish Teen Initiative (BJTI) was created through generous funding from the Jim Joseph Foundation and the Rose Community Foundation to cater to Boulder’s unique Jewish community. We hope to attract and engage teens from both affiliated and non-affiliated backgrounds through robust offerings that span topics, frequency and levels of engagement that take into account teens' schedules, learning styles and have specific skills and relationships as tangible outcomes

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