UrbanCanvas 2010 season highlights!

Well summer is well and truly here and we are well into our touring UK gigs with half a dozen events already under our belt it looks like 2010 is going to be a scorcher!


2010 season......It's a KNOCKOUT!

Still to come we have 3 days at the London Festival of Architecture where we’ll be taking over the world famous Reuters Square to do a bit of Architectural street art! How cool is that…..we get paid to mess up Canary Wharf……well it seems like some silly ‘bankers’ have beaten us to it 🙂

Then it’s off to Norfolk to take part for the first time ever in the prestigious HOLT SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL…..An internationally renowned event centred around the pretty North Norfolk village of Holt…..I’m really looking forward to that one!

This year we will be paying our third visit to the world famous Cambridge Folk Festival to provide art activities to the campers of Coldham’s Common. Always an enjoyable event this one with a great atmosphere….plus we get tickets to see all the bands which is just so cool….I sometimes can’t believe we get paid to do this 🙂

Also this year we’ll be taking part in the centenary celebrations of The Girl Guides ‘Fusion’ event in Leeds with over 30,000 girls wanting to do art! I’m a very lucky man (lol)

Then it’s off to Holland for ‘The Colours of Valkenburg’ 2010 international street painting festival

Other events include ‘Hot on the Streets’ in Leigh, an Italian themed weekend in Southend on Sea, a community arts event in Merthyr in South Wales……Oh yes and we are currently talking to the Liverpool BID Company about funding The James Carling Pavement Art Competition in September and the possibility of bringing over ‘Master Painter’ & Madonnari – Kurt Wenner, world class pavement artist and inventor of 3D pavement art techniques to Liverpool. Yippie!!!

Just some of our events this year……..but the best is yet to come 😉

Oh yes and the FIFA World cup has just started but who cares about that?

Ta, ta for now x

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