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Get tagging: An immersive graffiti experience


Graffiti artist Zed in the Clouds will be hosting an open studio in association with the SVA Site Festival over the next two weekends at the Cashes Green Community Centre.

The show will be open this coming Saturday and Sunday (September 18 and 19), and also on September 25 and 26, from 11am to 6pm.

The event, which will also feature a range of interactive art activities for all ages.

The work was made during a series of summer holiday graffiti workshops.

The sessions were led by Zed in the Clouds, who will be exhibiting his latest pieces too.

And sustainable fashion from Clouded Threadz will be on display.

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A special party for young people is also being held at the centre. Called the Arty Party, it is taking place on Saturday, September 25, from 6pm to 8pm, and there will be drinks, music and pizza from Crust Issues.

Zed in the Clouds said: “I have been working alongside Cashes Green Community Centre and Stroud District Council to present an immersive arts experience for all ages, including interactive drawing activities and an installation featuring pieces from youth graffiti workshops alongside new paintings by me and sustainable fashion from Clouded Threadz.

“In association with SVA Site Festival, we will be hosting an open studio across the 18/19th and 25/26th September, so please come and get involved with your friends and family.”

Jessie Hoskin, Labour District County Councillor for Cainscross said: “The open studios will exhibit the work made by the young people at the Holiday Activities and Food event funded by Stroud District Council, we also have a private view for the young people that will also be a thank you the Council staff who worked so hard to make it happen.”

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