Urban art workshop with Alejandro “Mono” González

9th to 11th july 2012

The brilliant muralist Alejandro “Mono” González, the Chilean creator of the legendary Ramona Parra Brigade, which carried out the graphic campaign of Salvador Allende’s Popular Unity in the 1973 elections, teaches a workshop at LABoral that ends with the creation of a mural urban in the Black Week venue.

The artist and the participants in this workshop create, multiply and experiment with production with inexpensive materials through common techniques.

The first session of the workshop consists of an introduction to street graphics and design proposals by the students. A first impression of these designs is made in the second session for analysis and in the third session, we work on the intervention that will take place in Black Week.

Addressed to:professionals or interested in urban art
Number of participants:twenty
Imparted by:Alejandro “Mono” González. Art worker, street muralist, theater, film and television set designer, and one of the founders of the Ramona Parra Brigade. Over time he has become an active participant in social movements, developing in the field of visual propaganda and political murals.

Inscription:985 185 577 / workshops@laboralcentrodearte.org

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