Bronx Lab - Street Art on the Grand Concourse
Sunday, September 29, 2013, 2pm to 4pm

Join us for the launch of Bronx Lab!  Celebrate public art in the Bronx with a free guided walking tour of street art along the Grand Concourse followed by a graffiti-inspired art activity with Lady K Fever.



Lady K-Fever is an inter-disciplinary Bronx-based artist who began her career as a graffiti writer  in the 1990’s on the streets in Vancouver, Canada.  She is the first Canadian female invited to paint at the legendary Graffiti Hall of Fame in East Harlem, NY and continues to make community based public murals in the Bronx and through out the world. She is an educator that specializes in hip hop/ graffiti/ street art education.

Bronx Lab is a test site for new ideas at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, engaging audiences in meaningful discussions about contemporary culture. Bronx Lab serves as a center axis connecting education and curatorial initiatives, exploring the past, present, and future of the Bronx. Using exhibitions, public programing, social media, as well as hands-on activities, participants in the Lab explore critical views of our borough’s culture.  Inspired by the theme of Public Art, this year's series of Bronx Labs will celebrate and promote public art in the Bronx.  

Location: Meet in the North Wing Lobby

The Free Admission Mural Project is made possible by The Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation.




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