The hottest party in the 6ix as we celebrate the 5 Pillars of Hip Hop: B Boying – MCing – Graffiti – DJing – Knowledge
GRAFFITI STREET PARTY:
Date: Thursday, April 7, 2016
Time: 7pm -11pm
Location: District 28 (28 Logan Ave. Toronto, ON)
Contact Representative: Harpreet Atwal at firstname.lastname@example.org
Number of attendees expected: 500
GRAFFITI STREET PARTY is a unique event to raise money for SKETCH and George Brown College Scholarships.
SKETCH creates opportunities for the younger generation (16 to 29 years old). They allow the youth to experience the “transformative power of the arts” and develop the necessary skills to build their capacity to live.
George Brown College Scholarships gives potential students wanting an education in Special Events an opportunity to pursue their dream career with the knowledge and hands on experience George Brown provides.
The night will consist of live Toronto musicians, a DJ spinning on the 1s and 2s, live graffiti artists, local food and brews and much much more!!
$20 for students *valid ID required
$25 general admission
$30 at the door
Please note this is a 19+ event & ID will be checked at the door.
DRESS CODE: Business Casual
*Dress code is in effect
Graffiti Street Party aims to showcase the talents of various artists found all over Toronto and to bring the community together, We will be focusing on the 5 pillars of hip hop; DJ, Graffiti, BBoying, MCing and knowledge, which will all be showcased throughout our event. We have chosen to host our event at District 28. This unique venue will also aid in enhancing our theme, as we are able to have our artists paint murals inside the venue as well to engage all 5 senses. Our event will be raising money for SKETCH & George Brown College Scholarships.
Who is SKETCH?
SKETCH is entering its 19th year of providing creative training initiatives for street-involved, homeless and at-risk youth. Their model of youth engagement enhances both practical and transferrable skills, while serving as a conduit for increased wellbeing and social and civic participation. Participants have endorsed the SKETCH model as an effective and life-affirming approach to surmounting the constraints and stigma of poverty, homelessness and marginalization