Join two local artists for a day of graffiti art on Exeter Phoenix’s terrace as part of Art Week Exeter.
Cleo Heard runs Miss*C’s Graffiti Academy and has run many community arts events and graffiti workshops. Clare Bryden is an environmental artist. She has created a series of ‘colour by numbers’ maps using UK Climate Projections data from the Met Office, and these will be the starting point for refreshing the graffiti wall.
On Saturday, the route between the Exeter Phoenix arts centre and Exeter Library will be transformed, as the Freefall Youth Group wield spray cans and stencils to create a new graffiti artwork. The work, called Freefall Climate Graffiti, will feature maps of the UK showing how our climate could change in future decades.
Freefall Climate Graffiti is part of Art Week Exeter, running from 9th-15th May. It is the brainchild of two local artists: Cleo Heard, who runs Miss*C's Graffiti Academy; and Clare Bryden, an environmental artist.