FREE WORKSHOP FOR TEENS

Ever wonder who the best rapper ever is? Who used the phrase ‘On Fleek’ first? Who 
rap’s favorite basketball player is? Which sneaker is more hip-hop: Adidas or Nike?

The Rap Research Lab is a studio for teens to explore art, data visualization graphic 
design and the stats behind Beats, Rhymes & Life in a creative environment.

No previous art or technology experience needed!

Hours: 11:00AM-2:00PM
Cost: Free

LOCATION
McCarren Playhouse
Computer Resource Center

776 Lorimer St
Williamsburg
, Brooklyn, NY
Between Bayard & Driggs

Transportation: L – Metropolitan / G – Nassau

This workshop is an introduction to the FREE Rap Research Lab after-school program that begins September 17th at EYEBEAM.

Questions? Email [email protected]

This program is made possible in part by the generous funding from

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and the support of our partners

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Projects: Hip Hop Word Count, Rap Almanac, Rap Research Lab
People: Erica KermaniTahir Hemphill, Zephyr Doles
Research: Education, Open Culture, Urban Research
Tags: connected learning, data vizualization, graphic design, hip hop, Hive NYC, Rap, teen programs, teens