LATA Street Culture Festival is created and organised by Braziliarty and Pigment. The first edition of LATA in 2015 presented the work of established and emerging Brazilian street artists. A few hundred people joined us, and a few thousands saw the work in process and by now millions have seen the work of LATA around Old Street, London. LATA 2016 returns to present live street painting, an art exhibition, talks and workshops, film screening and a music programme at the Red Gallery Arts Club. Bringing a similar format, keeping our the strongest partners, and adding artists from pioneers of Brazilian street art to established ones with international careers. The idea is be able to show how diverse street art and urban culture can be, how each artist find their way to express their message. We want to bring Brazilian artists to exchange with local audiences and artists, that in London, are international . The artists for 2016 are Binho, Tinho, Milo, Ananda Nahu & SHN Collective.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
There isn't a street culture festival that has a broader programme beyond street art. We also want to bring education with the talks and workshops. We want to make a difference in people days lives with art. We want to make our public space beautiful. LATA is so far concentrating in brining Brazilian street artists to London, to share the culture that is so string in Brazil and to engage with the local artists community.
Steps to get it done:
This is an independent project and our intention is to keep it as a community event, free and with many opportunities for the audience to engage.
About the space
Red Gallery, Old Street London
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