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

 

Red Ted Art's Blog Bringing Colour & Art to Children's Hearts

  • Easter Chick Bookmark Designs
    by Red Ted Art on 20th March 2019 at 1:22 am

    If you are a regular reader or more to the point YouTube viewer of Red Ted Art, you will know, that I am currently creating WEEKLY new DIY Corner Bookmark Designs.. mainly because the bookmark corners are just so fun to make.. and because the kids on YouTube keep asking for more.. how can I […] The post Easter Chick Bookmark Designs appeared first on Red Ted Art's Blog. […]

  • Easy Origami Bunny
    by Red Ted Art on 20th March 2019 at 1:18 am

    Time for some Easter Origami. It has been well over a year since we first made this easy Origami Bunny! At the time, I did write about it here on Red Ted Art, but as a Pokemon Origami project, as I thought this bunny was a perfect as a Pikachu craft too! Since then I […] The post Easy Origami Bunny appeared first on Red Ted Art's Blog. […]

  • How to make paper rabbits step by step!
    by Red Ted Art on 19th March 2019 at 1:32 am

    Our love affair with Paper Crafts continues! Did you know that our my new book is all about paper crafts?! Yep!!! Paper is simply fantastic! But today is all about Easter Crafting.. more specifically DIY Paper Rabbit Craft! If you want to learn how to make paper rabbits step by step.. ready on. We have […] The post How to make paper rabbits step by step! appeared first on Red Ted Art's Blog. […]

  • Easter Bunny Paper Puppet – Simple STEAM Activity for Easter
    by Red Ted Art on 19th March 2019 at 1:03 am

    More wonderful Paper Easter Crafts for you. Paper is so fun and magical. Would you like to make a dancing bunny for Easter? This is a super fun STEAM Activity for Easter, introducing kids to the very basics of mechanics and cause and effect. Learn how to make these articulated Bunny Paper Puppets with kids. […] The post Easter Bunny Paper Puppet – Simple STEAM Activity for Easter appeared first on Red Ted Art's Blog. […]

  • Easy Paper Peeps Bunny Decoration
    by Red Ted Art on 18th March 2019 at 1:38 am

    Spring and Easter are just a wonderful time to craft for – all those lovely spring time colours, yellows, pinks, greens and blue. Just lovely. As our Paper Crafts love continue, we have another lovely Paper Easter Craft for you today! Learn how to make paper peeps bunny decorations! Yes. We have taken those yummy […] The post Easy Paper Peeps Bunny Decoration appeared first on Red Ted Art's Blog. […]


StreetArtNews Daily coverage of everything new in Urban and Street Art

  • Recap: POW! WOW! Hawaii 2019
    by StreetArtNews on 18th March 2019 at 10:33 am

    Supported by the Hawaii Tourism Authority and Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach, POW! WOW! has grown into a global network of artists and organizes gallery shows, lecture series, schools for art and music, mural projects, a large creative space named Lana Lane Studios, concerts, and live art installations across the globe. The Hawaii event took place The post Recap: POW! WOW! Hawaii 2019 appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • “Fragile” by Dulk in Jacó, Costa rica
    by StreetArtNews on 11th March 2019 at 2:18 pm

    This new street art piece by Dulk in South America is based on a true story about a mistreated toucan found in Costa rica three years ago named “Grecia”. Her story made headlines worldwide after surviving an alleged attack that destroyed most of its upper beak. The toucan received the first 3D print prosthetic beak The post “Fragile” by Dulk in Jacó, Costa rica appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • “Climate 05 – Reclaim Air and Water” in Delhi by Andreco
    by StreetArtNews on 11th March 2019 at 2:09 pm

    The Italian visual artist Andreco, in collaborates with St+art India, introduce his new Climate Art Project for the first time in India. Climate 05 – Reclaim Air and Water is a project, a cross between art and science, focussing on the consequences of the climatic changes and the air water pollution in Delhi. In particular The post “Climate 05 – Reclaim Air and Water” in Delhi by Andreco appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • ZAHIRA – a limited screenprint produced by Missiontoart and BR1 artist
    by Claudia Kiki on 8th March 2019 at 4:15 pm

    Our Italian brothers from Missiontoart are pleased to announce their brand new collaboration with BR1, a street artist based in Turin, active in the Italian and International art scene. They worked very close to produce a limited edition screenprint: Zahira, a woman with veil, who give us an opportunity to reflect on current highly debated The post ZAHIRA – a limited screenprint produced by Missiontoart and BR1 artist appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • Banksy “Grappling Hook” @ Bonham’s London March 6th
    by Soyo Solo on 5th March 2019 at 1:21 pm

    In 2017 Banksy opened The Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem. Both a political statement and functioning boutique hotel, the Walled Off Hotel was aimed to attract attention to the struggles of the region by focusing on the division of two opposing sides of the separation wall. Whilst the West Bank barrier not only divides two The post Banksy “Grappling Hook” @ Bonham’s London March 6th appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]


  • chad wys
    by the jealous curator on 20th March 2019 at 8:00 am

    Be still my crystal-loving heart! I have written about American artist Chad Wys a bunch of times over the years, but how on earth did I miss these rock-covered beauties from 2014? All of this work is from Chad’s ongoing “ready made” series in which he adds his own contemporary touch to relics from the […]

  • wang & söderström
    by the jealous curator on 19th March 2019 at 8:00 am

    Okay, I need to touch all of these things… shiny, smooth, spiky, ALL OF IT. These bizarre still-life vignettes are the work of Wang & Söderström, a collaborative duo made up of Swedish spatial and furniture designer Anny Wang and architect Tim Söderström. They do all sorts of fabulous projects together, and strive to “create mind tickling […]

  • masako miki
    by the jealous curator on 18th March 2019 at 8:00 am

    Gasp! I love everything about this… lips on legs and play-dough like shapes on a grand scale? Yes, yes, YES. I wrote about the fabulous work of Japanese born, San Francisco based artist Masako Miki way back in 2013 and in 2011, but my goodness, the evolution of her work is astounding! If you happen to […]

  • ik lab : tulum
    by the jealous curator on 15th March 2019 at 8:00 am

    Um, yes, I need to go here immediately! This insanely beautiful, treehouse-looking fantasy is an art gallery in Mexico. That’s right, I said gallery. IK LAB, is a piece of art in itself {which, btw, was originally co-initiated by Santiago Rumney Guggenheim, the great grandson of Peggy Guggenheim} … okay, this just keeps getting better! Seriously, if […]

  • pekka niittyvirta & timo aho
    by the jealous curator on 14th March 2019 at 8:00 am

    This gave me chills. Can you guess what that blinding band of light represents? “The installation explores the the catastrophic impact of our relationship with nature and its long term effects. The work provokes a dialogue on how the rising sea levels will affect coastal areas, its inhabitants and land usage in the future. This […]


Rise Art Rise Art Blog Feed

  • 5 Artists Creating Nature-Inspired Work
    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. […]

  • Joe Hesketh | A 21st-Century Woman
    by Bethan Street on 12th March 2019 at 12:00 am

    Joe Hesketh’s paintings are dynamic statements about the human condition. We ask her about her experience as a woman in the male-dominated art world. […]

  • Bridget Riley | The Hermaphrodite
    by Bethan Street on 5th March 2019 at 12:00 am

    Bridget Riley was born at Norwood, London, in 1931. Riley gained attention for her illusionary black and white paintings in the 1960s and was grouped under the category of ‘Op art’ (optical art). […]

  • Curator at Large | 4 Current London Exhibitions You Don't Want to Miss
    by Hector Campbell on 28th February 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. […]


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  • A Measured Proposition, A Bold Aesthetic
    by JohnWilkins on 19th March 2019 at 5:03 pm

    In response to Session 2, March 12 One of the strangest qualities of Keith Hennessy’s work is the way his dances often seem as if they are not happening at all. That the striking images of Sink, future friend/ships, Turbulence — a flying shaman falling through an upside-down Christmas tree, Arab astronauts gently imploring us ... Mor […]

  • Session 2: localizing histories and practices of making live performance
    by Keith Hennessy on 19th March 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Notes and Materials for March 12, 2019 Welcome Second of four weekly classes workshops events trips performance happenings gatherings Thanks to Claudia and all the helpful staff including Laura Photos — occasional phone snaps to accompany online documentation Bathrooms Reminder: You do not have to do the proposed activities. Someone not doing “the exercise” is ... Mor […]

  • I Go South
    by Anthony Yung on 18th March 2019 at 5:00 pm

    “I Go South” was published in collaboration with Ideas, Asia Art Archive’s online journal, and was co-edited with Paul Fermin. The Chinese translation can be found here. I’ve only been to the Bay Area once, in 2011. The purpose was to screen From Jean-Paul Sartre to Teresa Teng, a documentary produced by Asia Art Archive ... Mor […]

  • Postcritique Avant La Lettre
    by Ismail Muhammad on 14th March 2019 at 5:00 pm

    One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art, Helen Molesworth’s final show as chief curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, closed last week. Still, over a month after I first saw the show, the work that Molesworth gathered in the museum and the show’s companion book continues to occupy ... Mor […]

  • Empathic Scoring: On Shaping Etheric Matter
    by Sarah Cargill on 12th March 2019 at 5:05 pm

    In response to Session 1, March 5 We began by orienting to the environment, priming ourselves to sense (and respond to) physical and etheric material — challenging, as Keith Hennessy put it, the colonial assertion of spatial emptiness. Through a series of embodiment exercises, Keith created a container that centralized play as a key component ... Mor […]