THE Freeflow Youth Graffiti Jam is back in Scariff this Saturday and youth artists from Scariff, Tulla, Shannon and Limerick will come together at the riverside in Scariff to create street art.
It is a youth arts event, organised by local volunteers and three young artists and is aimed at providing a platform for young artists to showcase their talent in a public arena and to draw young people together through mutual interests.
There will also be entertainment provided by a local dance DJ, who will play electronic music, there will be beat boxing and the County Limerick Youth Theatre will take part and provide live music.
Speaking about the jam, organiser Nathalie El Baba said, “After the success of last year’s event, it has gained the attention of several youth clubs, who are taking part and is supported and funded by Clare Arts Office, Clare County Council and the Department of Children and Youth Affairs”.
This year’s jam also ties in with National Play Day and Recreation Week.
All are welcome to attend the free event and boards are provided for anyone wanting to have a go at graffiti.
The graffiti jam will run from 12 noon to 6pm at Scariff Riverside, beside the play park.
For further information on the event, contact Nathalie on 087 6159466.