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This summer, nationally acclaimed graffiti artists from around the country will converge on South Dakota’s remote, 2.8-million-acre Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation for what will be a first in Indian country: a graffiti jam. Called RedCan, the two-day event is scheduled to take place on July 7-8 at the Cheyenne River Youth Project®’s Waniyetu Wowapi (“Winter Count”) Art Park in Eagle Butte, and on July 11 at Art Alley in Rapid City. The event is designed to introduce graffiti as an art form, bringing in people who exemplify what that is. Featured artists show off different techniques and styles, giving attendees an opportunity to get an inside look at the contemporary graffiti movement and how it has evolved in the last 50 years.
To learn more about RedCan, call the CRYP headquarters at (605) 964-8200 or click here.
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