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Support RedCan Graffiti Jam Today Through Crowdrise!

South Dakota’s Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation comprises two of the poorest counties in the United States, yet it is imaginably rich with the strong, beautiful, enduring Lakota culture. In a sense, Lakota culture and graffiti culture have much in common — graffiti culture also has proven to be so powerful that the poverty in which it… Continue Reading

Well-Known Graffiti Artists Meme and Kazilla Join Lineup for RedCan

In three months, the Cheyenne River Youth Project® will welcome nationally acclaimed graffiti artists from around the country to its East Lincoln Street campus for RedCan, Indian Country’s first-ever graffiti jam. RedCan is scheduled for July 8-9 at CRYP’s Waniyetu Wowapi (“Winter Count”) Art Park and July 11 at Rapid City’s Art Alley. As word… Continue Reading

Graffiti Culture Will Meet Lakota Culture This Summer at RedCan

This summer, nationally acclaimed graffiti artists from around the country will converge on South Dakota’s remote, 2.8-million-acre Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation for what will be a first in Indian country: a graffiti jam. Called RedCan, the two-day event is scheduled to take place on July 8-9 at the Cheyenne River Youth Project®’s Waniyetu Wowapi (“Winter… Continue Reading

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