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Paint with a Graffiti Artist: Brooklyn Street Art Workshop

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Key Highlights

  • Spray it: From tags to throw-ups to murals, you’ll create original street art using the techniques of the pros
  • Discover Brooklyn: Learn more about New York’s street art scene and the neighbourhoods where it all began
  • Meet the artists: A known local street artist will show you the (graffiti) ropes
  • Overview

    Wanna be the next Banksy? We can’t work miracles, sorry - but we can point you towards this fun little street art workshop. Taking place in Brooklyn, New York - the birthplace of contemporary street art, FYI - this hands-on group workshop is the perfect intro to urban art. You’ll master techniques like tagging and throw-ups and learn a little about the culture surrounding graffiti in the Big Apple. The experience is completely hands-on, and you’ll walk away with some of the (basic) tricks of the trade and a few snaps of the cool, colourful mural you and the group sprayed together (perfect for the ‘gram). Best of all, this experience is run by a known street artist in NYC, so you’ll get an understanding of the process from someone who knows, loves and is super talented in the form (here’s hoping it rubs off). Think of this as your first stepping stone on the road to Banksy-level stardom … or just a cool, creative way to spend an hour. Happy spraying.

    About your guide 

    Brooklyn Unplugged know their niche and they’re sticking to it. The team delivers tours centered around New York’s sprawling borough: uncovering its hipster scenes, art, history and its cultural enclaves. If you fancy digging a little deeper into Brooklyn - these are your guys.

    Here’s the plan…  

    Meet the group at Wyckoff Ave. From here, you’ll be in the capable hands of a local street artist. Across the next hour, they’ll run you through the basics of graffiti, demonstrating how to tag, throw-up and create murals - and passing along some constructive feedback as you attempt all three. By the end of the hour, you’ll have picked up a general understanding of graffiti and its application, and gained some info on the street art scene here in New York and the contemporary artists who define it. Plus, you can brag to your friends back home that you’ve worked on a unique piece of graffiti art with a proper street artist. Cool right?

  • Activity Schedule & Itinerary

    Activity Schedule

    When does it run?

    The experience operates daily but sells out fast. Use the calendar to see live availability.


    Approximately 1 hour.

    Start time


    Meeting Point

    Make your way to 30 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11237 (Between Starr Street & Troutman Street). Your host will meet you there 15 minutes before the workshop is due to start.

    Ending Point

  • Inclusions & Exclusions


    • Local English-speaking guide
    • Hands-on group graffiti workshop (with plenty of demos and practice time)
    • One-on-one time with a known local street artist


    • Transfers (we’ll see you there)
    • Tips (get that warm, fuzzy feeling)
  • Please note

    The confirmation voucher includes Brooklyn Unplugged’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised activity to reconfirm the final details. So there’s no last minute rush, aim to arrive to the meeting spot fifteen minutes before. Keep in mind that each professional artist will bring their own style and character to the workshop. The focus could shift slightly from lettering to free painting or imagery, depending on the artist’s expertise. All classes are fun and engaging, so you’re in for a good time no matter what.

    All supplies are provided, and you can take home the canvas at the end of the workshop.Brooklyn Unplugged asks that any children under the age of 18 be accompanied by an adult, and that all adults joining their children must also be registered participants in the workshop - there’s no room for extras, unfortunately.

    There are a few things that the Brooklyn Unplugged team recommends bringing if you’re joining the workshop. They include a camera, snacks or drinks, and sunscreen in the summer months. This workshop runs rain or shine, so be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes.

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