Urban Art & Social Transformation at Málaga University

Today, the first activity of our weekend dedicated to urban art took place.

During the table discussion moderated by Ana Belén Domínguez España (General Director of IIJ) and the professional dancer Ventura Díaz (President of the association El circulo breaking), different artists from Malaga shared their experience and their personal and professional trajectory: how they have become well-known artists despite the difficulties, how their passion changed their lives and how urban art and hip hop can be a tool for social change and transformation.

We want to thank the artists who shared their experience with us (the graffiti artists and muralists Lalone and Elalfil, the dancers Lord Zack, Husky Hask and Nerea Valdubieco, the rapper Peatón and the musician Wave), as well as the audience who participated.

Peatón (a rapper and pedagogue) and Lord Zack have been in charge of organizing the free workshops.

Tomorrow, Friday 2nd of December, we are waiting for you at Plaza Esperanza in the neighborhood of Lagunillas with more activities of urban art and social transformation.