When:
April 18, 2021 all-day
2021-04-18T00:00:00+00:00
2021-04-19T00:00:00+00:00
Where:
Maple Drive Parking Lot @ Gold Coast Arts Center
113 Middle Neck Road
Cost:
$35
Contact:
School for the Arts

One of New York’s most renowned Graffiti artists, ZIMAD, will host this outdoor stencil workshop. ZIMAD will give a presentation on the history of street art, showing different examples of the technique. Students will learn to create their art project on an 8×10 canvas with the help of the instructor. He will demonstrate unique ways to fill in their provided templates through various brush and drip art techniques to complete their one-of-a-kind graffiti art.

IN-PERSON CLASS. Instructors: ZIMAD and Jude Amsel
Maximum 12 students per session

SESSION A: AGES 7-13
Sunday 12:00-1:00PM
April 18 (Rain date: April 25)
Tuition: $35
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SESSION B: AGES 10-16
Sunday 2:00-3:00PM
April 18 (Rain date: April 25)
Tuition: $35
This session is full.


ABOUT OUR GUEST INSTRUCTOR

Luis Zimad Lamboy was born in the South Bronx in 1965. In the late 1970’s he began his career as a graffiti and street artist, which has heavily influenced his style and global brand. He attended the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC between 1988 and 1990 where he studied textile Surface designing after being awarding a scholarship. As a self taught artist, he began to combine his skills with formal training in design to develop the unique and contemporary styles he is best known for today.
His first show was in 1984 at Fashion Moda, a gallery best known for first showcasing graffiti art in NYC. Since then, he has showed and sold his work globally including exhibitions in the United States, Russia, France, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Amsterdam, Philippines, Vietnam, Ecuador, Panama and Netherlands. His clients include many major brands such as Nike, MTV, Modello, Corona, Red Bull, Lions Gate Films, Jacob & Co. and State Farm as well as many private clients and celebrities. He has appeared in dozens of documentaries and has been interviewed and invited to participate in shows and projects all over the world.
His influences come from Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Jean Michele Basquiat and, Jeff Koons. Luis Lamboy sees art as a living timeless force. He lives and breathes art and sees it in everything from architecture, to nature. His works incorporate his experiences and histories often forgotten lessons, which he hopes will educate and inspire people all over the world for generations to come.