31Svn SDA at the IMA

31Svn at the IMA

Friday October 6th 2017.

31Svn SDA took the floor to help the Indianapolis Museum of Arts at Newfields Grand Opening of their latest exhibit “City as Canvas”. The exhibit takes you back to NYC in the early 70’s and 80’s to explore the Graffiti Culture. From the terminology, to the pop up parks, The IMA Brings you a one of a kind experience that is HIGHLY Recommended to all HipHop Heads and Writers.

Check out a highlight from their performance here:

 

On Saturday, Seoul lead 3 workshops for the IMA’s Family Day. With DJ Metrognome and other Deckademics instructors leading DJ workshops at the same time. The weekend was definitely a success. Thanks to the IMA at Newfields for the opportunity.

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