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Red Ted Art Cute & Easy Crafts for Kids

  • Mother’s Day Cards to Make
    by Red Ted Art on 22nd April 2019 at 1:37 am

    You have seen our Mother’s Day Crafts and probably our collection of Pop Up Cards to Make… this post focusses on our collection of Mother’s Day Cards to Make with Preschoolers and Kids!! There are some very specific Mother’s Day cards to choose from… as well as some great Heart or “Love” cards from our […] The post Mother’s Day Cards to Make appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • Mother’s Day Crafts for Preschoolers
    by Red Ted Art on 17th April 2019 at 2:37 am

    Working with young kids? Want to make something special for Mother’s Day with Preschoolers? We have shared our Top Mother’s Day Crafts for Kids before, but felt like you still needed a resource page JUST for Preschooler Crafts. With a little guidance and clever ideas, Preschoolers produce the most wonderful creative projects. Perfect for Mother’s […] The post Mother’s Day Crafts for Preschoolers appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • Kids Craft: Easter Baskets
    by Red Ted Art on 17th April 2019 at 2:07 am

    We love Papier Mache Projects and Easter Crafts are just a great an opportunity to get your homemade papier mache paste out as any other time of the year. Today we recycle old tissue paper – salvaged from gift wrap or shop wrapping paper – and turn it into a super fun and easy Hen […] The post Kids Craft: Easter Baskets appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • Old MacDonald Had a Farm Egg Decorating Ideas
    by Red Ted Art on 17th April 2019 at 1:31 am

    Old MacDonald Had a Farm Egg decorating idea! Yes the School Egg Decorating competitions are not quite over.. and if you are looking for some super cute last minute Egg Decorating ideas.. how about these cutes of cute DIY Old MacDonald Had a Farm Egg Decorating Craft!!! Not only would this be a super fun Old MacDonald […] The post Old MacDonald Had a Farm Egg Decorating Ideas appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • Kids Crafts: Matchbox Stone Pets
    by Red Ted Art on 16th April 2019 at 1:40 am

    My kids LOVE stones. We have stones stones stones everywhere. As you know we have already made Stone Ducks and Stone Monsters. And there is a Stone Family and some Stone Paperweights coming in my Kids Crafts Book. We needed something new. I wanted a craft that didn’t involved getting out the acrylics (acrylics are […] The post Kids Crafts: Matchbox Stone Pets appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]


StreetArtNews Daily coverage of everything new in Urban and Street Art

  • Local Artists x Local Fashion – GTB Melbourne
    by Roland Henry on 20th April 2019 at 9:01 am

    Following the international debut of their new short film, High Power, at Hong Hong’s Mahka Gallery as part of Business of Design Week, Guerrilla Theatre Brand (GTB) brought their critically acclaimed movie back to Melbourne for its Australian premiere. GTB is the brainchild of Paul Stam, who ditched outdated notions of seasonal fashion cycles and The post Local Artists x Local Fashion – GTB Melbourne appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • “Lost Ticket” by Lonac for The Crystal Ship in Ostend, Belgium
    by StreetArtNews on 18th April 2019 at 12:36 pm

    “Lost Ticket” is the latest artwork to be completed by Croatian Artist Lonac in Ostend, Belgium for the latest edition of the always excellent “The Crystal Ship” Street Art Festival. Lonac has produced impressive large-scale, site-specific murals across Europe and worldwide, combining photorealistic rendering with illustrative and two-dimensional stylistic elements. His public murals are painstakingly The post “Lost Ticket” by Lonac for The Crystal Ship in Ostend, Belgium appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • David Walker in Ostend, Belgium for The Crystal Ship
    by StreetArtNews on 14th April 2019 at 1:55 pm

    British Artist David Walker just wrapped up a large new piece in Ostend, Belgium for the Crystal Ship Festival 2019. After several days of work, David just wrapped up his artwork which shows the outline of a man against an abstract background. The text reads “A Blank Canvas Is A White Flag”. Working in portraiture, The post David Walker in Ostend, Belgium for The Crystal Ship appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • Fintan Magee in Dubai, UAE
    by StreetArtNews on 14th April 2019 at 1:08 pm

    Aussie Artist Fintan Magee quickly stopped by the Middle-East where he was invited as part of the latest edition of the Dubai Street Museum Festival in the United Arab Emirates. Painting in the beach district of Jumeirah, Fintan worked his way through two large murals which are inspired by the neighborhood. The first one shows The post Fintan Magee in Dubai, UAE appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • “Bawal Umihi Dito” by Sepe in Quezon City, Philippines
    by StreetArtNews on 14th April 2019 at 10:05 am

    Polish artist Sepe recently stopped by the Philippines where he dropped this quick street art piece somewhere on the street of Quezon City. Sepe uses a wide spectrum of tools – spray paint, markers, pencil, acrylic, ink, stencils, sticky tapes, even bitumen pulp. It all depends on what sort of effect he’s trying to get The post “Bawal Umihi Dito” by Sepe in Quezon City, Philippines appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]


  • mé collective
    by the jealous curator on 22nd April 2019 at 8:00 am

    Gasp! A big, beautiful, very solid “wave” that, because of the window behind it, looks like it’s moving as the light finds its way across the undulating ripples. This piece, titled Contact, is the work of Japanese collective, Mé.  The group is headed by Haruka Kojin, directed by Kenji Minamigawa, and the production manager is […]

  • worthy of worth, part 2
    by the jealous curator on 21st April 2019 at 4:32 pm

    On November 25, 2018 I wrote a post about WORTH – more specifically, feeling WORTHY OF WORTH. That post was the result of the first few months of my book tour for “A Big Important Art Book – Now with Women”. I’d noticed a recurring theme of people – especially artists – not believing they were […]

  • liza lou
    by the jealous curator on 19th April 2019 at 8:00 am

    Glass. Beads. Millions of glass beads… and in the case of that white “rope”, a “Continuous Mile” of glass beads. This is the absolutely stunning work of Los Angeles based artist Liza Lou. According to her website, Liza “utilizes glass beads as an index of intensive labor”. Mission accomplished. […]

  • cindy rizza
    by the jealous curator on 18th April 2019 at 8:00 am

    Sigh. Are you thinking about your grandmother right now? Me too. Oh, so many feelings, memories, smells … and these aren’t even my blankets! That is the magic of nostalgia, and when you combine beautifully boring subject matter with the insane oil painting skills of New Hampshire based artist Cindy Rizza, well, here we are. I wrote about […]

  • samuelle green
    by the jealous curator on 17th April 2019 at 8:00 am

    So apparently, that is what you look like after turning zillions of hand-rolled paper cones into gigantic paper caves! If you have Instagram {hahaha!} you’ve probably seen these insane “Paper Caves” by American artist Samuelle Green. Most recently, the interweb was going crazy over her work at the Art on Paper fair in New York. […]


Rise Art Rise Art Blog Feed

  • 5 Questions With Heidi Thompson
    by George Greenhill on 16th April 2019 at 12:00 am

    Heidi Thompson was born in Vernon, Canada. After graduating high school she moved to Europe to study. Her extensive education includes a degree in photography from the University of Art & Design in Zürich and some time at the Hungarian State University for Fine Art. We catch up with Heidi to find out more about her process and the philosophy underlying her awe-inspiring art. […]

  • Q&A With Philip Vaughan
    by Bethan Street on 9th April 2019 at 12:00 am

    Meet Philip Vaughan, the artist behind the landmark 48ft tall Light Tower which sat above the Hayward Gallery from 1972 to 2008. Philip has been involved for the last 10 years or so in an effort to restore the Light Tower. It was a rare example of a large contemporary kinetic artwork on the streets of London but it was never returned after it was taken down from the roof of the South Bank gallery for renovation. […]

  • Start Spring with These 4 London Exhibitions
    by Hector Campbell on 28th March 2019 at 12:00 am

    Our Curator at Large, Hector Campbell, has been scouring every corner of London to find the best up-and-coming artistic talent. Hector's recommendations take us to Annka Kultys Gallery in Hackney, Freelands Foundation in Primrose Hill, Assembly Point in Peckham and The Dot Project in Holland Park. […]

  • Hottest Interior Trend for 2019
    by Aimee Morris on 19th March 2019 at 12:00 am

    The design trend we’re most excited about this season is ‘biophilia’, the affinity of human beings with the natural world and living things. Discover 5 artists whose work will breathe new life into your interior this Spring. […]

  • 8 Influential Female Curators
    by Antoinette Genevieve on 14th March 2019 at 12:00 am

    As the month of March has become an international celebration dedicated to women and women’s rights, here are some inspirational women making an impressive impact in the art world. […]


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

  • Featured Contributor: Frances Richard
    by The Editors on 18th April 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Your newest book, Gordon Matta-Clark: Physical Poetics, was just published by the University of California Press. Congratulations! How are you celebrating its arrival? Two excerpts have been published, at Flash Art and Places Journal. We held a screening of Matta-Clark films at the California College of the Arts, and it was packed and people asked ... Mor […]

  • Between a shop soiled smoke ring and a rock-hard gray
    by Léonie Guyer on 17th April 2019 at 5:00 pm

    On the street where I’ve lived for many years, my favorite moment is when plum blossoms first appear in the gray of midwinter. While plum blossoms vary in color — from white to deep pink — the ones that thread through San Francisco are a delicate pale mauve. Their presence, in a minor key, is ... Mor […]

  • Private Languages: David Melnick and Gordon Faylor in Conversation
    by David Melnick on 15th April 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Back in the late aughts, when Silliman’s Blog served as something of a hub for certain lineages of experimental writing that interested me, I stumbled across a mention of David Melnick, who Ron Silliman knew when they were both living in San Francisco. My burgeoning voraciousness for weird writing led me to the Electronic Poetry ... Mor […]

  • Talking to Myself
    by Mary Coyne on 11th April 2019 at 5:00 pm

    In the late 1960s, poet Vito Acconci began exploring single-channel stationary video works within the context of conceptual performance, taking a psychologically vivid, self-reflexive approach. Command Performance (1974) follows a series in which the artist speaks to an off-screen actor; with varying degrees of dominance, Acconci provides instructions, demands, and feedback. Using the camera to ... Mor […]

  • Melville’s Blackness: Pip, Ishmael, and the Loom
    by Ismail Muhammad on 10th April 2019 at 5:30 pm

    In 1855, the novelist and short story writer Herman Melville published his novella Benito Cereno in Putnam’s Monthly. The story of an American sea captain who comes upon a marooned Spanish slave ship, Benito Cereno should be viewed as part of a concerted effort: Putnam’s, which had come under new management, was pivoting towards an ... Mor […]