There will be workshops and tutorials teaching participants how to rap, breakdance and give insight into the history of Graffiti culture and it’s significance today. It will be a base camp for community forums discussing youth activism, women’s rights, Indigenous struggle, Hip Hop’s rise to an international stage and it’s growth alongside the movement for peace, equality and social justice. It will be showcase of some of the freshest artists in Hip Hop culture today, and most importantly it will once again be free and all ages!
September 24, 2010
What: Opening Night from 7pm to 11pm
Where: New Westminister, Douglas College Student Union Lounge
Address: 700 ROYAL AVENUE
September 25, 2010
What: All Day Outdoor Block Party from 1pm to 7pm
Where: Vancouver Art Gallery (Georgia Street side0
September 26, 2010
What: Workshops: MC and breakdancing tutorials from 3pm to 8pm.
Where: Surrey, Chuck Bailey Rec Centre 13548 107A Ave