Graffiti Was Born

for Cool Kids

Graffiti Was Born For Cool Kids is a kid-driven event held by the neighborhood of Cabbagetown, an in-town neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta. This event gives families/parents the chance to spend quality time with their children during a weekend of creative experiences.

Three highlights of this event are: first, the attendants would visit the murals along Wylie street and Tennelle street, from Krog tunnel, extending to Carrol street, by following the printed street art map on our flyer provided at the beginning of the event. Second, the event would provide painting supplies for visitors to create their own style of street art/graffiti on the prepared paint board at our camps located in Cabbagetown Park and Esther Peachy Lefevre Park. Lastly, the event would provide a tote bag for the participants. The event’s personality and voice are fun, playful, imaginative and parenting friendly.

It is an opportunity to spread the street art culture to the public and allow them to scribble their imaginations on the wall, and also to bring communities together to support public art in Atlanta.