Brooklyn Graffiti Lesson in Bushwick, NY

420 Troutman StreetBushwick, NY 11221
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Overview

Want to learn the art of graffiti? Take a lesson with a working graffiti artist! During your 1-hour lesson, you’ll learn about the history of graffiti, get an art education lesson, and put your skills to use. Don’t forget to bring a t-shirt to spray paint for additional fun. This hands-on art experience will provide you with a newfound appreciation of graffiti and the arts across New York City.

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All our graffiti lessons are run by working artists and are done at the highest level of integrity and art. We teach technical graffiti skills along with general art education.

The graffiti lessons are 1 hour long and takes place at either First St. Green Park (outdoors) located at 33 East 1st in Manhattan between First and Second Avenue or at AP Cafe 420 Troutman St. in Bushwick Brooklyn. The closest subway stop in Manhattan is the Second Ave. F Train stop and in Brooklyn the Jefferson L Train stop.

You can bring t-shirts to spray paint at our lessons for some extra fun. We also offer Master Classes upon request.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Brooklyn Graffiti Lesson

Where will my graffiti lesson be held?
Graffiti lessons take places at either First St. Green Park (outdoors) located at 33 East 1st in Manhattan between First and Second Avenue or at AP Cafe 420 Troutman St. in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

To get to these locations, take the subway. The closest subway stop for the Manhattan location is the Second Ave. F Train stop, and the Jefferson L Train stop for the Brooklyn lesson location.

Do I need to supply spray paint?
No. Your artist will have all of the supplies necessary such as paint and gloves.

What should I wear?
Wear clothing that you don’t mind getting paint on. We always remind our students that they can bring a blank t-shirt or a pair of shoes to customize during their experience.