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National Veterans Art Museum features family friendly event to explore identity and representation through graffiti art

The National Veterans Art Museum will hold a two-hour graffiti making workshop with Hip-Hop/ Graffiti Artist and Marine Corps Veteran Mel L. Da Misfit.

Everyone is an artist designing and painting their own canvas using stencils, spray paint, acrylics, and markers. Works created at this workshop will remain on display at NVAM for the remainder of the month and will be on permanent display in the on-line exhibit available at http://www.nvam.org

Guests are encouraged to bring hats, t-shirts or other items they would like to graffiti. Light refreshments (juice and snacks) will be provided.

The event will be held Saturday, February 8, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The museum is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free for the graffiti making workshop. Museum suggested donation is $10.

The National Veterans Art Museum is located at 4041 N Milwaukee Avenue, just north of Irving Park Road

The National Veterans Art Museum is a unique site of military and artistic heritage, helping civilians and veterans alike make connections across diverse ranges of experience. In recognition of African American History Month,  this educational program focuses on Identity and Representation, a key issue for members of the military and civilians.

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