Folk Art Everywhere Happening-Graffiti Workshop w/ Galo “MAKE ONE” Canote

LA graffiti artist Galo “MAKE ONE” Canote is
back for another workshop! Learn about MAKE’S
creative process as he takes you on a journey into LA
street culture and teaches you the fundamentals of letter
structure and design.

Event is FREE!

RSVP requested to rsvp@cafam.org by February 9th

http://www.facebook.com/events/349835371696008/

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