Cheyenne River Redcan Invitational Graffiti Jam kicks off this Thursday, June 28
ICT editorial team
Cheyenne River Youth Project
EAGLE BUTTE, SD (June 25, 2018) — The Cheyenne River Youth Project’s annual RedCan invitational graffiti jam officially kicks off this Thursday morning, June 28 and runs through Saturday evening, June 30.
Ten graffiti and street artists from across the country will converge on Eagle Butte, South Dakota, for three days of painting, youth arts education, community engagement and cultural exchange in the heart of the Cheyenne River Lakota Nation.Painting will take place at CRYP’s free, public Waniyetu Wowapi (Winter Count) Art Park and at various sites around Eagle Butte.
Also on deck: Live performances from Frank Waln, Dances With Words and Mylo Smith Jr.; Lakota drum groups; youth traditional cultural exhibitions; a youth art exhibition; art workshops and classes; and so much more.
RedCan documentaries & photo galleries, artist bios, press releases, link to iPhone app:
What Is a Graffiti Jam? Graffiti jams were designed to introduce graffiti as an art form, bringing together people who exemplify the contemporary graffiti art movement and how it has evolved…
*Note: iPhone app will be available on 6/26/18 in iTunes App Store; simply search for “RedCan Graffiti Jam.”
**RedCan 2018 teaser trailer:**
To learn more about the Cheyenne River Youth Project and its programs, and for information about making donations and volunteering, call (605) 964-8200 or visitwww.lakotayouth.org. And, to stay up to date on the latest CRYP news and events, follow the youth project on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.