The National Institute of Culture and History (NICH), through the Museum of Belize, invites you to the Corozal House of Culture's inaugural event of 2019. We are delighted to present Graffiti Fest ’19, a dynamic platform of artistic expression through cultural exchange featuring Belizean and neighbouring artists from Chetumal, Mexico.
Join us at 10:00 AM on Saturday, January 12, 2019 at the Corozal House of Culture for a day of creativity as our Belizean and Mexican Graffiti artists create impactful images. We will also be showcasing various forms of “live art” including painting, sculpting, organic art, welding, barber designs, tattooing, piercing, make-up and more. DJ Wane will be supplying a multi-genre mix of music, while we have an “Open Mic” for our poets, rappers, singers and performers. The feature musical and cultural performance for this event will be a live performance by 'Cocono Bwai'.
Come on out for a great day of culture, creativity and community with art activities for all ages, a silent auction fundraiser, informational booths and more!