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Urban Arts Legends of Art and Design!

FanfaireNYC presents

Urban Arts with alumni legends & friends

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Join us on Saturday, April 29th!

Try your hand on our graffiti wall!

Learn how it's done from our alumni legends and friends in this workshop, demo, and panel! 

Come and meet our

Urban Arts Alumni Legends & Friends


Olga Correa is a Puerto Rican woman raised in the South Bronx, in New York City and continues to reside in the Bronx.

A graduate of the High School of Art & Design along with many legendary graffiti artists like Bill Blast, Mare139, and Lady Pink, to name a few.  

A graduate of the college of Fashion Institute of Technology, along classmate Illustrator Alavo, mentor Illustrator Antonio Lopez and was gifted a grant by her admired fashion designer Oscar De La Renta. In return, she became a designer straight after graduating F.I.T for Import Inc. for a total of 15 years. She designed for clientele including J. Crew, Lord & Taylor, Bugle Boy, and many department stores in New York City.

Her Illustrations were also featured as a set design for one of the main characters in the movie, “Rude Awakening in1989”, after befriending Aaron Russo, while she lived in the Chelsea area in Manhattan.

Olga has been working with the city for 20 plus years now and has been giving back to her community in infinite ways.

She is one of many NYC existing lists of female graffiti artists in a field, which is dominated by men. She works in diverse styles and media; she consciously advocates feminine elements and strength in her creations. Her images and compositions push boundaries along with her many graffiti styled names. She is the primary character in her pieces; her name appears in styles such as her mentor Skeme. Her character has existed for decades as you can find her on Lee denim jacket painted in 1980 and rocked in high school.

She has appeared in her first solo show at AAA3A, as well as Wallworks several times, James Top NYC Graffiti Center, Bronx Art Space, Chicago’s ARI’s Art Space in 2020.  In 2021, she showcased at an Allen Street Art Space show named, “S.T.O.C.K.S & Bombs” alongside her mentor Skeme, legendary photographer Martha Cooper, as well at Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education. This March 2023, she is showcased in an all women show called, “Her City” in London at Leake Street Gallery.