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…

 

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  • Easy Witch Hat Origami for Halloween
    by Red Ted Art on 23rd September 2019 at 1:20 am

    How we love Easy Origami Kids for kids all year round. I am always looking for new great and easy paper crafts to share with you. Today’s Easy Witch Hat Origami is by the wonderful Shingu. It perfectly complements our Paper Halloween Craft for kids series.. and love that you can either turn it into a doodle […] The post Easy Witch Hat Origami for Halloween appeared first on Red Ted Art.

  • Snowman Crochet Ornament Pattern
    by Red Ted Art on 20th September 2019 at 1:30 pm

    Super cute Snowman Crochet Ornament patternt to make for the Christmas Tree The post Snowman Crochet Ornament Pattern appeared first on Red Ted Art.

  • Ideas for Filling Glass Ornaments
    by Red Ted Art on 20th September 2019 at 11:13 am

    Learn how quick and easy it is to fill clear glass ornaments for homemade Christmas Ornaments! We share gift ideas as well as decorations and keepsakes! The post Ideas for Filling Glass Ornaments appeared first on Red Ted Art.

  • Crafts That Make Money
    by Red Ted Art on 20th September 2019 at 9:48 am

    Making and selling crafts can be a fun way to add income this Christmas - providing you pick the right projects. Make them cost effective AND desirable! Check out our Crafts That Make Money The post Crafts That Make Money appeared first on Red Ted Art.

  • Paper Quilled Rangoli Pattern
    by Red Ted Art on 19th September 2019 at 1:33 am

    The Diwali Crafts for Kids series continues with a beautiful and “classic” Paper Craft – Paper Quilled Rangoli Patterns! We adore paper quilling – it is such a fabulous mindfulness craft, that let’s you switch off and create beautiful things. A wonderful way to instill calm and thoughtfulness to Diwali. This paper rangoli is perfect […] The post Paper Quilled Rangoli Pattern appeared first on Red Ted Art.


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  • “Kaos Garden” Okuda’s First Immersive Experience @ Amnesia Ibiza
    by StreetArtNews on 21st September 2019 at 8:42 pm

    Okuda San Miguel and Paco Osuna will represent, through avant-garde art and electronic music, their particular vision of ‘The Garden of Delights’ in an experience where the audience will be part of a great piece of interactive art. The premiere of the artistic proposal of Ink and Movement and elrow will be on September 28 The post “Kaos Garden” Okuda’s First Immersive Experience @ Amnesia Ibiza appeared first on StreetArtNews.

  • Interview – Charlie Ahearn
    by Matthew Eller on 19th September 2019 at 10:24 pm

    Charlie, why don’t you give everyone a quick background of who you are and where you’re from etcetera and then we’ll get into the details about your event this Saturday. My name is Charlie Ahearn and I’m well known as the Director of the movie Wild Style, which introduced hip-hop to all the territories around The post Interview – Charlie Ahearn appeared first on StreetArtNews.

  • Coverage: Kaws Museum Exhibition At NGV Melbourne
    by Dean Sunshine on 19th September 2019 at 7:10 pm

    Earlier today, Kaws opened his new museum exhibition at NGV Melbourne. Take a look at all the exclusive images by Dean Sunshine below. The post Coverage: Kaws Museum Exhibition At NGV Melbourne appeared first on StreetArtNews.

  • Nicola Alessandrini in Santa Croce di Magliano, Italy
    by StreetArtNews on 19th September 2019 at 12:16 pm

    Nicola Alessandrini recently completed this sweet new piece in collaboration with AVIS (Association of Voluntary Italian Blood Donors) somewhere on the streets of Santa Croce Di Magliano in Italy. “The arwork represents a human body connecting two different forms of life, soil and lymph. The two plants are embraced and tightened by the body: the floral The post Nicola Alessandrini in Santa Croce di Magliano, Italy appeared first on StreetArtNews.

  • “Freedom” by MAR in Pressigny-les-Pins, France
    by StreetArtNews on 18th September 2019 at 5:01 pm

    The Festival LaBel Valette recently took place on the streets of Pressigny-les-Pins in France. Several artists were invited including Brazilian artist MAR. MAR created this beautiful new piece entitled “Freedom” ( “Liberte” in French ). Maximum expression of Freedon in a world driven by power and control. The hope of waking up on sunny days The post “Freedom” by MAR in Pressigny-les-Pins, France appeared first on StreetArtNews.


  • michael gromm
    by the jealous curator on 20th September 2019 at 8:00 am

    “…a balancing act of both planned and un-planned”… yes, yes, YES! Oh my word, I love these so much. These explosions of color are the large-scale work of Australian artist Michael Gromm. I can’t decide if they make me want a whole bunch of fruit-flavored candy, or zillions of new paintbrushes! Okay, fine… I want both. Happy

  • mark bradley-shoup
    by the jealous curator on 19th September 2019 at 8:00 am

    Gorgeous palettes, perfect lines, and huge fields of negative space that take my breath away. This is the work of American artist Mark Bradley-Shoup. I have loved Mark’s work for years… he was one of the first artists I ever wrote about {way back in 2009}, I curated a show in Chattanooga which included his work,

  • banana haruki
    by the jealous curator on 18th September 2019 at 8:00 am

    Um, so these are actual cakes. I had to do a double take when I discovered @banana_haruki on Instagram… were these sculptures? Perfect Paintings? Turns out, they’re art… you can eat! Don’t they look like Wayne Thiebaud paintings come to life? Finally, a chance to actually taste all of those creamy and colorful layers! If you

  • sarah c. ferguson
    by the jealous curator on 17th September 2019 at 8:00 am

    Large-scale acrylic paintings. PAINTINGS. Okay, there is no way I possess this kind of patience, but thankfully Austin based painter Sarah C. Ferguson does. Here is part of her beautiful artist statement that explains her love of both color and geometric perfection: “… Color exploration is pure freedom for me. To follow any particular system would create

  • lara davies
    by the jealous curator on 16th September 2019 at 8:00 am

    Ahhh, Manet’s flowers and Gauguin’s Polynesia … but with a twist. These “book” oil paintings on canvas are the beautiful work of UK based painter Lara Davies. Here is her artist statement: “Lara’s work explores the notion of painting as a method of re-portrayal, where layers of removal from the source subject transform it into


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  • A hidden history: Eiderdown Books, the first publishing house for female artists
    by Rise Art on 19th September 2019 at 12:00 am

    Eiderdown Books is a new publisher releasing books about female artists written by leading female writers, art historians and cultural commentators. The publisher launched earlier this month with ‘Modern Women Artists’, an exciting new series highlighting the lives of five overlooked women artists: Marlow Moss, Lee Miller, Laura Knight, Sylvia Pankhurst and Frances Hodgkins. We chat with Harriet Olsen, founder of Eiderdown Books and Samantha Niederman author of ‘Frances Hodgkins’, one of the fiv

  • Arts philanthropy: should museums refuse dirty money?
    by Ruth Millington on 10th September 2019 at 12:00 am

    Sackler is a name you will see on the walls of museums and cultural institutions around the world. Tate Galleries, the Louvre in Paris and the Metropolitan Museum of Art have all previously accepted substantial financial gifts from the Sackler Trust. However, protests from visitors and activists have put pressure on cultural organisations to reject philanthropy from the Sacklers.

  • Kelvin Okafor's Emotional Realism
    by Phin Jennings on 5th September 2019 at 12:00 am

    Conceptual art favours concepts, ideas and emotions over aesthetic and technical consideration. Since Marcel Duchamp installed a urinal in a gallery over 100 years ago, it has remained a popular movement. At first glance Kelvin Okafor’s painstaking photorealistic portraits, each of which takes hours to complete, might look like a reaction against this movement, but he disagrees.

  • Hector’s Recommendations | Jamian Juliano-Villani 'Let's Kill Nicole'
    by Hector Campbell on 29th August 2019 at 12:00 am

    Since graduating with a BFA from Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts, New Jersey, in 2013, Jamian Juliano-Villani’s star has very much been in the ascendent. Whilst

  • How to start an art collection on a budget
    by Ruth Millington on 5th August 2019 at 12:00 am

    You don’t need millions in the bank to start an art collection. I collect art and I am not rich! In fact, most collectors begin by buying artworks for under £1,000. If you’re new to the art market, it can be overwhelming. Here are 6 tips for starting an art collection on a budget.


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  • Dear Reader
    by Dia Felix on 19th September 2019 at 5:00 pm

      “My work dwells within the unknown instead of being limited by it” in the paste-up above is a direct quote by SECA award-winning artist Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle from an interview published in Artforum on November 19, 2015. You can see videos produced by the SFMOMA Interpretive Media team here.

  • Against(?) Empathy
    by Zoé Samudzi on 18th September 2019 at 4:50 pm

    Easter’s date is not fixed, but this year it fell on April 21 — coinciding with devastating attacks on hotels and Christian churches in and near Colombo, Sri Lanka. Easter fell on the second day of Passover, just three days before Genocide Remembrance Day and shortly after my arrival in Yerevan. There is a cruel

  • Sharon Tate’s Favorite Photographer
    by Erin O'Toole on 12th September 2019 at 5:00 pm

    The recent anniversary of Sharon Tate’s murder has me thinking about a chance encounter my friend Julie Casemore and I had in 2016 with the photographer Shahrokh Hatami, a friend of Tate’s who identified Charles Manson at his trial for her murder. Fascinated as Julie and I had long been with the story of the

  • Channel Surfing on 9/11
    by Joe Veix on 11th September 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Everyone has a story. If the subject comes up, as it often does around September 11, it usually follows a similar trajectory. Hushed voices now: Our protagonist traipses through the beginning of a weekday routine, maybe commuting to a suburban office job or doodling in a middle school math class. The nice weather is remarked

  • The Centennials of Robert Duncan
    by Eric Sneathen on 9th September 2019 at 5:00 pm

    On January 7, 1919, in Oakland, California, the poet Robert Duncan was born. In addition to a banquet of online commentary, the centennial of Duncan’s birth has occasioned at least three major gatherings, including Returning to the Field: Robert Duncan at 100 in Somerville, Massachusetts; a Robert Duncan Centenary Celebration hosted at Gibson Art Projects