Graffiti workshop sparks creativity

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Youngsters got creative during a graffiti workshop held at the school where they got the chance to learn basic artistic skills.

Nottingham-based graffiti artist ‘Smallkid’ came into school to give a presentation about his work and what it was like to work within the creative industry.

Students looked at the history and various styles of graffiti. They were then given the chance to design their own ‘tag’, firstly, sketching out their design, filling it with colour and then adding personalised details to finish.

The session gave them the chance to produce pieces of art while allowing personal expression, through interaction within their environment.

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