Aerosol Arabic will be in Kuala Lumpur from 5 – 8 July as part of the Knowledge & Arts Tour 2009 organised by the Young Muslims Project, bringing with him his unique blend of street art and spirituality. Together with local graff artists from around the Klang Valley, Mohammed Ali will create a mural at the Kompleks Rakan Muda at Bukit Kiara.
The Knowledge & Arts Tour launches on Sunday 5 July at Kompleks Rakan Muda Bukit Kiara and Mohammed will be there to share his journey into graffiti and spiritual art. This will be followed by a hands-on graffiti demo by Mohammed Ali alongside local graffiti artists – and chance for you to pick up a spray can, learn a few tricks and have a go!
Launch of the Knowledge & Art Tour 2009
Date: Sunday, 5 July
Time: 10.30am – 2.00pm
Venue: Kompleks Rakan Muda Bukit Kiara
Graffiti Talk Details:
Come and hear more about the local graffiti movement from our most dedicated Malaysian graffiti artists as well as learn more about Aerosol Arabic’s fusion of Islamic spiritualism and art in the urban context. For all those who are fans, weren’t sure, curious, interested or just plain looking for something else to do on a Sunday night, come along and see what all the excitement is for graffiti in KL and beyond. Everyone is welcome!
More about Mohammed Ali:
Young Muslims Project (YMP) & The Knowledge & Arts Tour 2009
YMP is an international urban community group, initiated by Malaysian youth, consisting of over 1000 youth members with ages ranging from 17 – 30 years old, sharing the common purpose of wanting to learn more deeply about Islam. They also serve as a platform for the youth to interact with each other while connecting them to sources of knowledge such as role models, speakers and scholars.
The Knowledge & Arts Tour 2009 is aimed at attracting a wide range of youth, including those who feel Islam isn’t relevant or ‘cool’ enough to be part of their lives. In addition to reaching out to these youth, YMP aim to kick start the process of shaping well rounded Muslim youth who will act as role models for the next generation of youth and serve the needs of every layer of society, especially in this multi-racial & multi-religious world.
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