Event & Live Art – Secret Walls Sydney Grand Final – Dale Bigeni vs Ben Brown

Where Secret Walls Melbournes grand final was a battle between two street and urban art heros, tonights SW Sydney grand finale can only be described as the battle of the drawings – as two of Australias finest illustrators, the long time established Ben Brown vs the rising star of Dale Bigeni paint it out to discover who reigns supreme!

“This is it…six months of the best live art battle on this side of the globe comes to a head in a 90-minute battle winner-take-all at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory on Wednesday 12 December. Dale Bigeni and Ben Brown are two of Australia’s best and most respected artists and it will be a dynamic battle on the night. Secret Walls showcases the talents of Australia’s best artists and this is what live art is all about.

As part of the final event for 2012 we are very excited to have L-Fresh the Lion opening up the night’s events. L-FRESH The LION is a 23-year-old Hip Hop artist and producer from South West Sydney. He has made a name for himself as a versatile and unique artist who writes, records, produces and mixes most of his own music, whilst also delivering powerful speeches and meaningful spoken word poetry sets.”

If you’ve been following the series, its time for the finale – and if you’re a newcomer, there is no better introduction to it all than a grand final. Paint will most definitely spill in this one!

Who: Dale Bigeni vs Ben Brown
What: Secret Walls Sydney Grand Final
Where: Oxford Art Factory, 38 – 46 Oxford St, Darlinghurst, Sydney
When: Tonight, Wednesday 12th December. Event starts at 6:30pm – battle starts at 8:30pm – be there!

Check out the Secret Walls website for more info on the event.

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For the past ten years, Fletcher Andersen (Facter) has cut his teeth writing for a variety of street press and music magazines. Drawing on his years of writing experience, and as an artist himself, Facter founded Invurt with the aim of promoting artistic events, and the established and emerging Australasian urban, street, illustrative, underground and low brow artists that partake in them. Follow him on Instagram @facter, or go like his facebook page, and check out his website, Irikanji.

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