Two of London’s leading street artists will create live street art at Greenwich on 20-21 September. Don’t miss your chance to interact with them – and join a workshop to make your own street art fan!

We're partnering with our neighbour, the Fan Museum, to host a free event combining live street art and fan making workshops, bringing the art forms of fan making and street art together on our historic Greenwich campus during Welcome week.

#StreetFans is the live street art event which will take place on Wednesday 20 September and Thursday 21 September in the Heritage Gallery, Queen Anne Court. 

Don't miss the unique opportunity to watch and interact with Butch Attai and Lily Mixe, two of London's leading street artists whose dynamic street art inspired designs will be on display. 

You can take part in one of the fan making workshops

The Fan Museum are hosting three fun-filled creative workshops where you can make your very own street art fan on Thursday 21 September.

The workshops, which last 75 minutes will take place in the QA075 next to the Heritage Gallery at 12.00, 13.30 and 15.00.

During the workshop you'll make a folding fan with paper leaf printed with a street art design of your choice.


Workshops are limited to 15 participants, so don't miss out and book your place now on Eventbrite. 

The workshops are open to all current Greenwich students and staff and everyone attending will be able to claim a free exhibition pass for the associated exhibition at Fan Museum.

Street fan designed by street artist Lily Mixe