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Graffiti and Street Art

Get creative for free

The Boiler House

14 September – 19 October 2022




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Graffiti and Street Art

Get creative for free

14 September – 19 October 2022

The Boiler House

Join forces with The Boiler House Graffiti Gallery and learn how to become a Graffiti Artist!

On this course you will work with professional Graffiti Artists and learn how to use Spray-paint to create eye-catching, large-scale, full colour Graffiti murals. They have many years experience and have created countless murals all over the UK and abroad.

Over the course of six weeks the artists will work with you to design and paint a large mural that will be exhibited as part of our international arts festival, Llais.

Please note this course will be taking place offsite at the Boiler House Graffiti Gallery in Canton. We ask that any parents/guardians collect and pick up any young people attending from the location. If you have any particular access needs or requirements in terms of getting to the venue please just get in contact.


Our courses are available to anyone aged 14 - 18 yrs from all backgrounds across Wales and are entry level, aimed at the curious, beginners, or for those looking to refresh their skills.

To secure your place on our free six week course, please sign up.


This course has six sessions taking place on: 14 September, 21 September, 28 September, 5 October, 12 October and 19 October and you’ll need to attend each one. Please add one ticket to your basket to book your place on the entire course.

If this course is sold out, please add your details to our waiting list and we'll be in touch if a place becomes available.


Creative Voice is a unique training programme offering young people the platform to explore their interests, express themselves, build creative confidence, and to share their narrative through practical learning.

This activity is funded by The Moondance Foundation, Garfield Weston Foundation, The Simon Gibson Charitable Trust and The Mary Homfray Charitable Trust.

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The Boiler House