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Whitewash VI 13 July 2012

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Whitewash VI in Portadown

WHITEWASH is going from strenght to strenght and the sixth installment will take place in Portadown on Friday the 27th of July. For those of you who haven’t yet experienced this brilliant undertaking, WHITEWASH is a live urban art event held in partnership with Millennium Court Arts Centre and showcases street artists painting LIVE in a gallery space. Attendees can contribute their art skills to the public mash wall with live DJ and a few beers. It’s a ‘must not miss!’ Have a look below at what’s in store.

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This Means Nothing – Belfast 15 May 2012

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Fresh from his exhibition titled ‘Rented Spaces‘, ‘This Means Nothing‘ told IrishStreetArt.com of his most recent project. Rented Spaces was held in an unused coffee shop on Royal Avenue in Belfast. It was part of the open source project which aims to breath new life into empty retail units in Belfast through supporting the arts. ‘I was delighted to exhibit in a space of this nature rather than a traditional gallery setting.’

This Means Nothing has been living in Belfast for the past five years and his work represents his views on urban living ranging from the complex and disorderly nature of cities to the social and economic divisions within the metropolis. ‘I use paste-ups when working on the streets and use stencils when I have more time (permission) to paint.’

This Means Nothing will be painting at ‘Titanic Lock Down‘ on the 1st and 2nd of June at T13 in Belfast, as well as at Whitewash 6 in July. These are must not miss events for fans of Irish Street Art. To keep up to date with This Means Nothing follow his blog or facebook page.


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Street Art by the Sea 16 June 2011

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Whitewash III 13 June 2011

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The Whitewash III live street art event, took place at the Millennium Court Art Centre in Portadown on June 3rd. The latest graffiti gig in the Whitewash series turned out to be a great day with a good crowd and some brilliant pieces. Kieran McAlinden did a great job of portraying the mood on the day in the photos below. Keep an eye out on IrishStreetArt.com this week for an update on Whitewash IV taking place this weekend in Bangor, Co. Down.

The time lapse video below is shows Hawkie painting at Whitewash III

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Whitewash III 9 May 2011

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The Millennium Court Art Centre in Portadown plays host to the third Whitewash street art event. The June 3rd gig will take place outdoors so you can expect a little more raw graffiti pieces this time round.

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Whitewash II 21 January 2011

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Last week saw the second live graffiti art event, Whitewash, held in Gallery One of the Millennium Court Arts Centre, Portadown, Co Armagh. Artists included DERMIN8R, VERZ, FILTH, Hawkie, Dre Botero and MyTarpit as well as a public mash wall for everyone to get involved on a huge collaboration piece. The day was well recieved with an excellent turn out and music and beer flowing. The six artists worked across the entire evening showcasing what they do and promoting street art in a public gallery.

Whitewash is currently scheduled to take place twice a year (indoor in winter and possibly outdoor in summer). Whitewash III is hopefully going to happen in July or August 2011 and the organisers are on the look out for talented artists to showcase Irish creativity. To get involved email dmc@manchini.co.uk or visit WhiteWash on facebook

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