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Shoreditch is the epitome of the UK Street Art Scene: vibrant and diverse, with a thriving commercial market. Therefore it has become a massive hub for street artists to meet up, socialise and paint at suitably named paint-jams. Bethany Connor went along to an all female meet-up in Blackall Street to find out why female artists are drawn to creating together and what kind of response they are getting from the public.
Warning: This audio contains language that some people may find offensive.
Music credit: www.bensound.com
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