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…

 

Red Ted Art Cute & Easy Crafts for Kids

  • Easy Friendship Bracelets with Cardboard Loom
    by Red Ted Art on 17th June 2019 at 2:02 am

    Time for some DIY Friendship Bracelets. My kids are finally getting into the age where they are starting to love classic summer crafts such as friendship bracelets making. I used to love making easy friendship bracelets when I was young – it was great to make these at summer camp and give to my new […] The post Easy Friendship Bracelets with Cardboard Loom appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • Mini Notebook with Locks
    by Red Ted Art on 17th June 2019 at 1:44 am

    Learn how to make an adorable no glue mini notebook! The post Mini Notebook with Locks appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • My New Paper Crafts for Kids Book!
    by Red Ted Art on 14th June 2019 at 1:37 am

    Hopefully most of you will know by now that I have been working on a very special project – a true labour of love – my brand **new** Paper Crafts for Kids Book!!! I am so so so excited to bring this new book to you for a number of reasons. First reason: it is […] The post My New Paper Crafts for Kids Book! appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • Father’s Day Cards to Make with Kids
    by Red Ted Art on 13th June 2019 at 4:34 am

    Time to make some Dad Cards!! If you are looking for Best Dad Cards or simple a fun Father’s Day Card to Make with Kids, we once again, bring together our favourite resources just for you. Make Father’s Day (or Dad’s Birthday) extra special with one of thes wonderful Homemade Cards for Dad! We love […] The post Father’s Day Cards to Make with Kids appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • Easy Rock Crafts for Kids
    by Red Ted Art on 13th June 2019 at 2:58 am

    Time for Easy Rock Crafts for Kids! If your kids are anything like mine, then they have a fascination with collecting stones and rocks!! Wherever we go, a stone will end up in our pocket and will be brought home! Especially if we are at the beach.. then the kids can spend HOURS finding the […] The post Easy Rock Crafts for Kids appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]


StreetArtNews Daily coverage of everything new in Urban and Street Art

  • “Levitation” by Ludo in Paris, France
    by StreetArtNews on 17th June 2019 at 10:36 am

    Freshly returned from South Korea where he created several pieces, Ludo is now back in Europe, ready to take over the streets of Paris once again. This new piece is entitled “Levitation” and depicts a giant insect wearing a human gas mask. Levitation itself generally requires a great amount of concentration or being in a The post “Levitation” by Ludo in Paris, France appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • New Neon Interactive Mural by Spidertag in Montreal Canada
    by Daisuke Shirai on 17th June 2019 at 1:34 am

    After a playful piece in Hawaii, Madrid based street artist Spidertag flew to Canada to participate in Montreal’s MURAL Festival, an eleven day event celebrating the international urban art movement. The master of artistic light spent 5 full days working on a brand new mural with neon cables on the streets of Montreal. Entitled “Interactive The post New Neon Interactive Mural by Spidertag in Montreal Canada appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • Alexey Luka for Art Ovrag in Viksa, Russia
    by StreetArtNews on 16th June 2019 at 12:54 pm

    We recently travelled to Viksa, a city in Nizhny Novgorod Oblast with our friend Ilya Vdovin, President of the Russian Skateboard Federation for the opening of a new skate-park and to discover the Art Ovrag project. Art Ovrag teamed up with the local United Metallurgical Company (OMK) to create a series of site-specific works on their The post Alexey Luka for Art Ovrag in Viksa, Russia appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • “A Stolen Childhood” by Lidia Cao in Carballo, Spain
    by StreetArtNews on 14th June 2019 at 1:47 pm

    Spanish street artist Lidia Cao just sent us some images from her newest mural that was just completed in the city of Carballo in Spain. Painting for the Rexenera Street Festival, Lidia created a beautiful new piece which is entitled “A Stolen Childhood”. A deep and poetic mural painted using desaturated colors. We look forward The post “A Stolen Childhood” by Lidia Cao in Carballo, Spain appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • “New Devices of Capitalism” by Ever in Buenos Aires, Argentina
    by StreetArtNews on 12th June 2019 at 11:14 am

    Our friend Ever just sent us some new images from his latest wall that was just finished on the streets of Buenos Aires in Argentina. The talented artist brought to life another complex mural full of meaning and entitled “New Devices of Capitalism”. You will find below an in-depth explanation on the mural’s meaning: The The post “New Devices of Capitalism” by Ever in Buenos Aires, Argentina appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]


  • andrea torres balaguer
    by the jealous curator on 17th June 2019 at 8:00 am

    Gasp! “The Unknown” is a surreal, ongoing series by Barcelona based photographer Andrea Torres Balaguer. Given that I’m a huge fan of juicy brushstrokes, polkadots, and mysterious portraits of women … well, this is perfection. Here is part of her translated artist statement: “My work is made about dreams, surrealism, mystery and the idea of break-up […]

  • lia tajcnar
    by the jealous curator on 14th June 2019 at 8:00 am

    How do you make crazy, whimsical, totally unique sculptures even more beautiful? Stick flowers in ’em! Yes, all of these organic-inspired artworks actually double as flower vases. What? Yep. This is the fun and fabulous work of Australian artist Lia Tajcnar, aka Curiosity Smith. That’s Lia above, surrounded by the gorgeous ceramic jungle she’s creating […]

  • jae yong kim
    by the jealous curator on 13th June 2019 at 8:00 am

    Ahhhhh, the glazed donuts of Korean born, New York based artist Jae Yong Kim… it’s ceramic glaze but still, oh, so yummy! Some of his work is currently showing at Lyons Wier Gallery in New York as part of a show, titled “FIRE AND WATER” {Michael Boroniec, Jae Yong Kim, Dylan Martinez : June 4 […]

  • thenjiwe niki nkosi
    by the jealous curator on 12th June 2019 at 8:00 am

    What is a hero? Who should be called a hero? These are just a couple of the questions behind this series titled, yes, “Heroes”. This powerful portrait series is the work of New York born, South Africa based artist Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi. It’s a huge series of gorgeous portraits, but I was able to control myself […]

  • olivia erlanger
    by the jealous curator on 11th June 2019 at 8:00 am

    Can you imagine walking into a Los Angeles laundromat and seeing a couple of iridescent mermaid tails hanging out of the rinse cycle? That’s where this beautiful and bizarre work by LA based artist Olivia Erlanger started out in 2016.  Last month, however, her fabulous tails/washers were at Frieze New York {with And Now Gallery}. Obviously they were […]


Rise Art Rise Art Blog Feed

  • 6 Contemporary Artists Questioning Gender Norms
    by Ruth Millington on 11th June 2019 at 12:00 am

    One current trend taking over the art world is gender. Many contemporary artists are using their practice to question gender norms. It reflects a wider societal shift: increasingly, we are challenging traditionally feminine and masculine ideals to blur boundaries. Meet 6 emerging figurative artists who re-define gender identity through depictions of the body, dress and everyday objects. […]

  • Anna Sudbina | Where Abstract & Figurative Meet
    by George Greenhill on 7th June 2019 at 12:00 am

    Anna was born in Moscow in 1984. She came of age in the post-Soviet Russia where apart from doing academic drawing and painting she studied linguistics, philosophy, and psychology. She continued her art training at Central Saint Martins. We catch up with Anna to discuss her life as an artist and how recent motherhood has affected her practice. […]

  • Unmissable London Exhibitions
    by Hector Campbell on 28th May 2019 at 12:00 am

    Hector Campbell is our Curator At Large. This means he’s out and about visiting the best galleries and the latest exhibitions. Hector always has his eye on the latest and greatest art world news and he’s here to give you exclusive access. […]

  • 10 Questions with Harriet Hoult
    by George Greenhill on 24th May 2019 at 12:00 am

    Harriet is a London based abstract artist, working with acrylic and mixed media on paper. We ask Harriet about her concepts, style, sources of inspiration and process. Read on to find out more. […]

  • Art as therapy? 5 of the best art classes in London
    by Ruth Millington on 14th May 2019 at 12:00 am

    Did you know that art can improve your well-being? Throughout history, artists have used art as a therapeutic outlet for their mental health issues. Today, GPs are prescribing art classes as a means of overcoming anxiety and depression. Whether you want to be more creative, find a new hobby, or make space for mindfulness, an art class could be the answer. Here are 5 of the best art classes in London. […]


Open Space Open Space is a hybrid, interdisciplinary publishing platform for artists, writers, et al.

  • Floor 6: Midnight Sun
    by Jamal Batts on 15th June 2019 at 12:35 am

    To your right you’ll find a small lounge with couches facing a window looking out on the cable car stop across the street. Behind that, a long bar that meets the back of the club. To your left there’s a row of seating the length of the bar, and at center, a long skinny walkway-dancefloor ... Mor […]

  • Floor 5: Academy of Sciences
    by Jennifer Foerster on 15th June 2019 at 12:32 am

    Art is an interventionist tool, pure dialectic, mulberry branch, florum. Rainblowers calling to oncoming clouds: thesis, antithesis. I discovered divination, origin, the reader inhabiting flaxen flowers of space. It was not telepathy but a verb. We were clamoring green out of the cane becoming pictures of calamity. It is not the anthropocene’s membrane we remember; ... Mor […]

  • Floor 4: Redlick Building
    by Truong Tran on 15th June 2019 at 12:30 am

    1) I once bought a round dining table with a label proudly announcing your presence in the world. That was in 1993. Redlick it read. 17 Reasons why. I bought it at a thrift store housed in your hull. 2) I bought it for the fact that the label was intact. 3) I bought it for ... Mor […]

  • Floor 3: Capitol + Broad
    by tanea lunsford lynx on 13th June 2019 at 11:33 pm

    Grace grows generationally at the liquor store: My grandma was treated anyoldkindaway My daddy ran the block My high school graduation photo is up and left of the Newports between the plastic above the counter One day on this corner My father told my mother a joke, she covered her mouth to laugh and I ... Mor […]

  • Floor 2: X2
    by Caroline Tracey on 13th June 2019 at 10:30 pm

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