Street-Art Workshops Wellington
 
Is making Street-Art on your bucket list?
Making art is fun but making a huge mural in a public space is way funner!

Every 2nd Saturday at Waitangi Park
10 - 12pm
$55 per person

RSVP only!
10 spaces only

In these sessions participants will learn:
 
 How to hold the spray can
 Create 3D effect
 Create shading and highlights
 Blending colors
 Create letters
 Create abstract work
 Characters
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I was keen to have Josh teach my daughter art and have her help him with a mural on her bedroom wall as he is a very enthusiastic, friendly, encouraging & kind person and his art work is full of colour and inspires positivity. He always brings a smile or creates a smile wherever he goes.

Sonya Godfrey 
Naturapath
 
He was a natural and charismatic communicator who, during his many workshops with our guests, has be able to inspire geuine, honest and creative responses from them. He was a passionate practitioner who really impressed us with his ability to connect with each and every person.

Isvari Kesavi 

Yoga instructor and event organizer 
 
I was lucky to enjoy one of Josh's art therapy workshops. I was warmly welcomed into the group, and got to experience a lovely and safe balance of depth and creative playfulness. I warmly recommend it!

Anja striepke,
Art therapist (Clinical)
 
Josh got involved with a graffiti tour we run every year on a camp called 'Identify'. While we do this every year, and Josh was only involved this time, it was definitely the best we had particularly due to the immersive graffiti experience Josh created with the students.

Evan Morgan
Youth Worker
 
Josh's style is definitely flow, his art and his connection with people is flow, that's a natural fit with youth, they just shine in response.

Toncie Murat Wells
Facilitator
 
He's a talented artist and connects wonderfully with the kids. I'd highly recommend him for teaching art or creating art for any school or community group. Thanks Josh!

Jenny Foulds
School Trustee
 
Frequently Asked Questions
 
Do you encourage graffiti? 
We encourage self expression and believe theres a time and a place for everything. Painting on private property without payment or permission is a sure way to piss people off and get you in trouble
How did you get into this?
 I started doing murals when I was 16 and had been curious about street art for a while. I wanted to meet other artists and be one myself
Do you have a Working with Childrens Check?
Yes
Why do you do this?
I have a need for contribution and I think this is the best thing I have to offer
What do I need to bring with me?
Just yourself, paint clothes and an open mind
Do you sell your artwork?
Yes. Get in touch for a catalogue 
 

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Call us
info@artjamschool.com 
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