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Cellograffiti workshop with David Stenmarck


Dates: Sat 26 & Sun 27 June
Times: 1200, 1300, 1400, 1500, 1600
Duration: 45 minutes
Meeting point: Helgesens gate 46
Age group: Suitable for all ages

Each workshop is for up to 10 participants. Pre-registerto guarantee a time slot or take your chances and ´drop-in´ (only available if workshop not already full)

Learn basic graffiti techniques at Oslo´s first ever cellograffiti workshop!

Løkka-lykke has partnered with Bakeriet and David Stenmarck to host a series of informal ´drop in´ style graffiti workshops for both young and old to try their hand at graffiti in the green surrounds of Sofienbergparken.

Cellograffiti is a non-traditional form of making graffiti that involves painting on temporary plastic wrap as opposed to solid walls. As a result, images emerge on semi-transparent surfaces and in some cases shift perspective as viewers change their vantage point.

Bakeriet and David created their first cellograffiti project in Ås, across a popular 250m stretch of forest that was well-visited during the first lockdown in spring 2020. The process was simple: David prepared each canvas between two trees and the artists came and painted, with no physical contact between audience, facilitator and the participants. We couldn´t think of a better way to make public art during the pandemic and are delighted to be able to recreate the project in Grünerløkka.

David Stenmarck is an artist, illustrator, designer and project manager based in Ås on the outskirts of Oslo. He graduated from the University of South Australia in 2004, and proceeded to combine his love of graffiti, illustration and all things visual communication. He is the co-founder of Bakeriet art centre in Ås and responsible for numerous large-scale projects, murals and art installations in the Oslo region.

Covid-19: Street Art Oslo is the responsible organizer, and will hold our events in accordance with current infection control measures based on Oslo City Council advice and rules for public events.

www.oslo.kommune.no/koronavirus/rad-og-regler-i-oslo/arrangementer-pa-offentlig-sted