Arts News

These Arts newsfeeds are updated automatically twice a day.

We hope you find arts items for inspiration, information and education – across a variety of artforms, cultures and communities of interest…

 

  • 2021 Patriotic Memorial Day Activities for Kids
    by Red Ted Art on 18th April 2021 at 1:41 am

    This year Memorial Day falls on May 31 2021. If you are celebrating Memorial Day with kids, we have a host of fantastic Patriotic Memorial Day Activities and Memorial Crafts for you to browse and have a go at. From patriotic printables, to Memorial Day treats and Memorial Day picture books for kids. So many […] The post 2021 Patriotic Memorial Day Activities for Kids appeared first on Red Ted Art - Make crafting with kids easy & fun. […]

  • How to… Make Juggling Chooks
    by Red Ted Art on 18th April 2021 at 1:25 am

    If you love Sewing with Kids and are looking for a cute Easter Craft for kids to make, check out these adorable Pyramid Bean Bag Chickens. They are super easy to make, use up some fabric scraps and are fun as decorations, door stops (make in large) or can be used to learn to juggle […] The post How to… Make Juggling Chooks appeared first on Red Ted Art - Make crafting with kids easy & fun. […]

  • Easy Bird Finger Puppet Origami
    by Red Ted Art on 16th April 2021 at 2:05 am

    Super easy paper bird finger puppets. These can be made from recycled paper. A simple origami project for kids. The post Easy Bird Finger Puppet Origami appeared first on Red Ted Art - Make crafting with kids easy & fun. […]

  • Pokemon Evolution DIY Kaleidoscope Paper Toy
    by Red Ted Art on 16th April 2021 at 1:03 am

    My kids and I have really been enjoying making Pokemon DIYs recently and we rather love our DIY Paper Toys too. Bring the two together and you get these fantastic never ending Pokemon Evolution DIY kaleidoscope or kaleidocycles – basically, watch your favourite characters, Bulbasaur, Eevee, Charmander and Squirtle, as they evolve….. This Pokemon Paper […] The post Pokemon Evolution DIY Kaleidoscope Paper Toy appeared first on Red Ted Art - Make crafting with kids easy & fun. […]

  • 11 Incredible Salt Dough Ideas to make all year round
    by Red Ted Art on 13th April 2021 at 1:12 am

    Incredible salt dough ideas for kids. Salt dough crafts are wonderful all year round. Especially, in summer, when you can air dry them in the sun! Thirfty, eco friendly crafts for Kids. The post 11 Incredible Salt Dough Ideas to make all year round appeared first on Red Ted Art - Make crafting with kids easy & fun. […]


StreetArtNews Daily coverage of everything new in Urban and Street Art

  • “Lucky Buddy vs RIP Banking System” by Ludo in Paris, France
    by StreetArtNews on 18th April 2021 at 4:06 pm

    French street artist Ludo is back with a new mural in the streets of Paris. His new piece is entitled “Lucky Buddy vs RIP Banking System” which is an upgraded version of the piece Ludo made back in 2017. “Because these works are ephemeral, illegally put and painted in the streets, I’ll release soon the whole... […]

  • Ben Frost – Open Studio & New Artwork
    by Roland Henry on 8th April 2021 at 6:27 am

    Australian pop artist Ben Frost is throwing open the doors to his Melbourne studio this week. With over 100 new artworks on display, this is the first time his new workshop has been open to the public. This Saturday April 10, the studio will be open from 12 -6pm, there is no need RSVP, but... […]

  • Discovering Banksy – Part 6
    by Bianca Duran on 3rd April 2021 at 11:25 am

    Since the past decades, Banksy’s art thrived from the graffiti community in his home city, Bristol to a worldwide phenomenon. His stencils – with their recognisable style and often bearing searing political statements – have unexpectedly appeared in various cities across the globe. With wry wit and stealth, Banksy merged graffiti art with installation and... […]

  • “Keep Your Eyes Open” by Atelier Louves and TAVU in Brussels, Belgium
    by StreetArtNews on 3rd April 2021 at 10:09 am

    “Keep Your Eyes Open” is the latest collaboration by artistic duo Atelier Louves and TAVU. The impressive mural is located at 70, Chemin Des Deux Maisons, 1200 Woluwe Saint Lambert, Brussels, Belgium. Through this project, we would like to emphasize the importance of different points of view and the viewpoint of each person, especially on ecology. The idea... […]

  • New mural by Tristan Eaton in Dallas, Texas
    by StreetArtNews on 2nd April 2021 at 11:44 am

    World renowned artist and designer, Tristan Eaton used The Stack as his larger than life 8,500 square foot canvas to paint a mural concept that pays homage to Deep Ellum’s roots and its future. Tristan’s vision behind this empowering mural was inspired by Dallas’ first Black architect William Sidney, the music scene, native fashion icon... […]


  • “more cheez taste”
    by the jealous curator on 17th April 2021 at 5:25 am

    Who better to have as my guest for the second installment of “PAINT CHIPS” than a junk food loving art consultant! Yes, my good friend Pennylane Shen is back on the podcast, this time with MORE CHEEZ TASTE! We’re eating Cheezies and talking about food themed art that takes our breath away. You can listen […]

  • “fifteen seconds”
    by the jealous curator on 10th April 2021 at 4:23 am

    Episode no. 200 of ART FOR YOUR EAR… what?! Yep, it’s true. I wanted to do something different for this momentous occasion, but what? I asked all of you on Instagram, and whole bunch of people said, ‘have someone interview YOU’. That felt weird… until I thought of the perfect someone! The wonderful, insightful, and […]

  • “the best work comes from experimenting”
    by the jealous curator on 27th March 2021 at 4:35 am

    Um, that’s embroidery. Yep. I am beyond thrilled to have Trinidadian – now Florida based – artist Nneka Jones on the podcast today. She finished her BFA less than a year ago, and her work has already graced the cover of TIME Magazine. Seriously. You can listen right up there under “Yellow Light”, or subscribe […]

  • “never let the world define you”
    by the jealous curator on 20th March 2021 at 3:52 am

    I’ve wanted to interview American artist Beverly Fishman for years… but, honestly, I was too intimidated to ask! Not only has she shown her work all over the world, she was also the head of the painting program at Cranbrook for 26 years. Yeah. Anyway, long story short – I asked, she said yes, and […]

  • nft wtf
    by the jealous curator on 13th March 2021 at 6:04 am

    NFT… WTF? Yes, it’s been a weird week filled with news articles about digital art selling for millions of dollars. Huh? Exactly. Well, after reading way too many articles that still didn’t really help me understand what an NFT is {Non-Fluffy-Towel?}, I invited my good friend, artist Trey Speegle, to come on the podcast to […]


Rise Art Rise Art Blog Feed

  • Top Contemporary Painters
    by Rise Art on 14th April 2021 at 12:00 am

    Learn about the top contemporary painters working around the world and collect work from award-winning and emerging contemporary artists. […]

  • Guide to the Best Fashion Photographers
    by Rise Art on 7th April 2021 at 12:00 am

    Discover the best fashion photographers and modern artists who made history, and browse photography by world-leading and emerging fashion photographers. […]

  • Keep or delete: What should the legacy of COVID-19 be for the art world?
    by Phin Jennings on 31st March 2021 at 12:00 am

    Our curator delves into the phenomenon of the virtual exhibition, the spirit of collaboration and the future of the art gallery. […]

  • Q&A with Jim Grundy
    by Rise Art on 30th March 2021 at 12:00 am

    Read our Q&A with geometric abstract artist Jim Grundy and discover just how he goes about creating each work of art. […]

  • Best Landscape Photographers
    by Rise Art on 30th March 2021 at 12:00 am

    Discover the best landscape photographers fearlessly traversing the old, the new, the real and the surreal. From specialists in sunset scenes to masters of mountain prints, wander between and beyond impactful panoramas and witness the world as you’ve never seen it before. […]


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  • Distant Voices
    by Mac McGinnes on 14th April 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Pandemic time stretches in novel ways. The days glide by without accomplishing anything of note; perhaps it is this strange elasticity of time and somehow full emptiness of hours that leads to so many Proustian interludes. I fiddle with the internet in the morning, read afternoons, and listen almost daily to one of the Metropolitan […] The post Distant Voices appeared first on Open Space. […]

  • Translation(s)
    by José Carlos Teixeira on 12th April 2021 at 5:00 pm

    The creation of space. Shared space(s). Time is mysterious, perhaps deceiving. Disorienting. Non-linear. “Translation(s)”: seven, eight years later? The calendar tells me it happened back then, but it feels equally part of another life, almost, one that I’ve been hesitant to revisit or reconsider. Yet, I find its background presence slightly uncomfortable. Is this the […] The post Translation(s) appeared first on Open Space. […]

  • Lucid Dreams of the Apocalypse
    by Sarah Cargill on 7th April 2021 at 5:00 pm

    I. Departure Electric organ releases shimmering block chords, alternating between higher and lower registers. A melodic line slowly descends. Reverse playback alters the melodic progression and the characteristic vibrational pulse of the organ. II. Bones Various glass vessels of different sizes, shapes, and timbres are tapped with long acrylic nails. Tapping patterns are looped and […] The post Lucid Dreams of the Apocalypse appeared first on Open Space. […]

  • Here this time
    by Kristen Kosmas on 5th April 2021 at 5:00 pm

    1 I have an alarm set on my phone that goes off five times a day To remind me Five times a day That we’re all gonna die I think you can get an app that will do it for you And it will go off randomly so you’re Not expecting it and it will […] The post Here this time appeared first on Open Space. […]

  • Belonging Nearby
    by Karen Cheung on 31st March 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Dear Readers: My personal story accounts for a tiny fraction of the multifaceted identities and living experiences of people of Asian descent residing around the globe. It does not reflect the physical violence members of the AAPI community have long endured, nor the sexual violence and harassment experienced by so many AAPI women. I am […] The post Belonging Nearby appeared first on Open Space. […]