A Graffer’s Journey

07/05/2024 The Social Eyes 0

By Rebecca Congo-Sienne I met with Malin, a professional graffiti artist in his thirties. He has been teaching introductory graffiti workshops since 2014. His graffer nickname speaks to the finesse of a skilled and crafty artist. He grew up in the village of Sainte-Sophie, in […] See more

Where LazyLegz Will Be in the Coming Weeks

02/22/2023 Colin McGregor 0

A full schedule for appearances in the coming weeks by Luca Patuelli, aka Lazylegz, internationally renowned breakdancer and advocate of rights for the disabled: 24-25 February – WDSF Breakin for Gold, Kitakyushu, Japan 23 March – Conference in Rouyn-Nouranda 28 March – 9 April – On […] See more

Café Graffiti : 25 Years of Involvement

01/19/2023 Raymond Viger 1

A year of celebration and change. The Café Graffiti celebrates its quarter century while the Journal de la Rue celebrates its 30th birthday. The adventure began with the Journal de la Rue, the first French-speaking street newspaper in the world. It was followed in 1993 […] See more

Birth of a Culture: Hip-Hop

03/21/2022 The Social Eyes 0

By Maxime Beauregard-Martin The hip-hop movement was born in the Bronx, a New York borough deserted by the middle class in the 1970s. Extremely poor neighborhoods developed, populated principally by Afro-Americans, Puerto Ricans and people from the Caribbean. Inspired by the Jamaican tradition of open […] See more