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Parisian Street Artist KASHINK Leads Workshop in Lincoln Park

By Mina Bloom | September 8, 2015 5:10am
 Street art by French artist KASHINK.
Street art by French artist KASHINK.
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LINCOLN PARK — Calling all street artists: Enter to win a spot at prominent Parisian artist KASHINK's upcoming workshop.

Arts organization Prime 8 Art League has teamed up with Chicago Truborn and Copic Markers to put on a street art workshop at the Lincoln Park outpost of Blick Art Materials, 1574 N. Kingsbury St., from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Twenty artists will be randomly selected to participate in the workshop with KASHINK, a French street artist known for her "protean characters with multiple eyes or skulls, all in a colorful graphic style," according to the bio on her website.

To enter, enter your information on the event page.

Those who don't get selected are still encouraged to stop by the free event.

There will also be a secret raffle, with proceeds benefiting the free art school Marwen

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