Dive into the captivating world of stencil artistry with images and video footage from the inaugural workshop led by renowned street artist Ortaku, marking the beginning of the BSBSA project. Held at the vibrant urban living-room and art gallery Lente, located at Dionisie Lupu 78, Bucharest, this transformative event brought together a diverse group of participants eager to explore the power of artistic expression in reshaping public spaces.
Ortaku, celebrated for his evocative street art pieces adorning urban landscapes, guided attendees through the intricacies of stencil creation, offering insights into technique, concept development, and the transformative potential of street art. The participants immersed themselves in a hands-on experience, experimenting with layered shapes, colours, and textures to produce stunning stencil artworks.
The images and video capture the dynamic energy and creativity of the workshop, showcasing moments of inspiration, collaboration, and individual expression. Witness the synergy between art and community as participants come together to learn and create in a meaningful way.
Images and video © Save or Cancel, George-Andrei Ilie
The Small Scale Cooperation Creative Europe project 101131802 – BSBSA is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, under the Call for proposals CREA-CULT-2023-COOP.
The project consortium partners are Udruzenje Gradjana Kruna from Republic of Serbia, Mnogo Deinosti Enterprice from Bulgaria, and project coordinator is Save or Cancel production SRL from Romania.
Partners: Biblioteca Metropolitană București, Lente, Romexpo
Media partners: Igloo, IQads, I Support Street Art, La pas prin Brașov, Litera 9, Modernism.ro, Munteanu, Revista Atelierul, Revista Golan, The Institute, Zeppelin
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