Thursday, February 12, 2009


Head to the one off art battle at Village Underground for a fast and furious creative experience like no other. Sponsored by Havana Club, the live art battle will last for 100 minutes and pitch two teams of acclaimed artists against each other in a bid to produce the freshest and most exciting wall mural.

Art battle at Village Underground
Celebrating street art and Cuban culture in a creative and original style, the art battle at Village Underground is a combined effort between the Secret War crew and Cuban rum giant Havana Club. Using only coloured (first coloured SW battle) acrylics and edding special markers on a 200 foot white wall, two teams of artists will compete against each other to produce the most creative and cutting edge wall mural.

Audience participation
The results of the art battle at Village Underground will be judged by a panel of experts. The audience will also have a big say in which team emerges as victorious, as the crowd vote will be measured using a decibel reader. The wall mural will then be displayed at Village Underground from Thursday 5th March - Tuesday 10th March alongside key pieces from the 100 Pieces of Havana exhibition.

The art battle at Village Underground takes place on Wednesday 4th March 2009. Entrance is free but space is limited. For more information and to get a place on the guest list.

contact Emma Buxton on - 0207 426 0616

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