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

  • Jar Lid Medals for Father’s Day
    by Red Ted Art on 24th May 2019 at 1:51 am

    Learn how to make these fun Air Drying Clay Jar Lid Medals for Father's Day. An easy Father's Day Craft for preschoolers and up. The post Jar Lid Medals for Father’s Day appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • How to make Autumn Leaf Bowls (Guest Post)
    by Red Ted Art on 23rd May 2019 at 1:44 am

    Learn how to make leaf bowls with air drying clay, fired clay or even salt dough.  This is a great Autumn Crafts for Kids, but this great Leaf Craft can be made all year round. They are great Father’s Day Gifts too! This is a guest post from Lori at Fun Art 4 Kids -she […] The post How to make Autumn Leaf Bowls (Guest Post) appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • Dress Up Ted Father’s Day Card
    by Red Ted Art on 22nd May 2019 at 1:15 am

    Personalised and interactive Dress Up Ted Father's Day Card for kids to make. Dress up Ted for a "I love you Beary much" card. The post Dress Up Ted Father’s Day Card appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • Father’s Day Tool Cards for the DIY Dad
    by Red Ted Art on 21st May 2019 at 1:37 am

    Father's Day Tool Cards for the DIY Dad The post Father’s Day Tool Cards for the DIY Dad appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]

  • How to make a self propelled boat craft from a magerine tub!
    by Red Ted Art on 20th May 2019 at 2:19 am

    As the kids get bigger, they become more demanding. This week they wanted to make a boat that floats AND moves. So we made this easy self propelled boat craft! A homemade boat DIY is one thing.. a moving one is quite another. But we got there in the end. Pop over to Life At […] The post How to make a self propelled boat craft from a magerine tub! appeared first on Red Ted Art. […]


StreetArtNews Daily coverage of everything new in Urban and Street Art

  • Backwoods Gallery First Annual Fundraiser
    by Roland Henry on 23rd May 2019 at 11:24 am

    Backwoods Gallery is an independently run commercial gallery that began as an Artist Run Initiative in 2010. From humble beginnings as a platform for its artist owners to exhibit artwork of their own, Backwoods has grown to become world recognised, working with the likes of MONA and The Japan Foundation. As a small commercial gallery, The post Backwoods Gallery First Annual Fundraiser appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • Banksy’s street stall in Venice, Italy
    by StreetArtNews on 22nd May 2019 at 7:08 pm

    Similar to his NYC stunt a couple years back, British artist Banksy hide himself amongst street vendors in Italy for the Venice Bienalle 2019. The elusive artist put together a clean setup that joined together several paintings which were entitled “Venice in Oil”. The entire body of work depicted a large cruise ship navigating within The post Banksy’s street stall in Venice, Italy appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • Farid Rueda in Belgrade, Serbia
    by StreetArtNews on 22nd May 2019 at 11:08 am

    Mexican artist Farid Rueda just finished working on a large new piece somewhere on the busy streets of Belgrade in Serbia. It took several day for Farid to create this ultra-vibrant artwork. The mural shows a large-scale rendition of a young lady wearing a colorful eagle mask against a background that makes it really pop. The post Farid Rueda in Belgrade, Serbia appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • “Torre Di Volo” an Installation by Gola Hundun in Italy
    by StreetArtNews on 22nd May 2019 at 9:21 am

    Torre di volo is to be considered a step in Gola Hundun’s current ABITARE research path, which is both an investigation into the space of coexistence between different species, and an examination of those places transformed by human action, abandoned by the latter and then resumed from the creation / occupation of the other animal and The post “Torre Di Volo” an Installation by Gola Hundun in Italy appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]

  • Monumental Graffiti & Street Art Exhibition “Beyond The Streets” Comes To Brooklyn In June
    by StreetArtNews on 21st May 2019 at 4:07 pm

    “Beyond The Streets”, the exhibition of graffiti, street art that debuted last year in Los Angeles announced today that it will head to the art form’s epicenter: New York, on June 21st. The show celebrates society’s most pervasive mark makers and rule breakers with a sprawling showcase of work by more than 150 artists from The post Monumental Graffiti & Street Art Exhibition “Beyond The Streets” Comes To Brooklyn In June appeared first on StreetArtNews. […]


  • charity ridpath
    by the jealous curator on 24th May 2019 at 8:00 am

    Art … for your fingers! What are these elegant, ethereal, translucent rings made from? Salad containers, produce bags, assorted fruit containers, and recycled silver. WHAT. I’ll let American artist (and current BFA student?!) Charity Ridpath explain: Year of Plastic My wearable sculptures are informed by what we as humans make to be thrown away.  This […]

  • jessica tenbusch
    by the jealous curator on 23rd May 2019 at 8:00 am

    “Suburban Edens” … oh my word, yes! This is the work of Michigan based artist Jessica Tenbusch. She also draws and paints, but I can’t stop staring at these colorful, nature-infused (literally) wall sculptures. Here are a few words from her ‘about’ page to give a little insight: [Jessica] explores the relationships between species and how […]

  • paige moon
    by the jealous curator on 22nd May 2019 at 8:00 am

    Oooh, a beautifully painted peek into the life of Korean {California based} artist Paige Moon. Who needs Instagram when you can capture moments using acrylic on panel! Okay, Paige uses Instagram too, but it’s filled with painted snapshots instead. In fact, according to her lovely feed, that final piece is from an anniversary trip she and her […]

  • anne siems
    by the jealous curator on 21st May 2019 at 8:00 am

    LOVE! I have written about German {Seattle based} artist Anne Siems so many times, but when I saw these new paintings I just had to circle back around. Get it? Circle? Okay, sorry – here are Anne’s words about this body of work: ‘We Are One’  follows the longing of my heart and the knowledge of […]

  • laura cooper (at heythere projects)
    by the jealous curator on 20th May 2019 at 8:00 am

    Mountains of bone-like ceramic tangles … if this work, by California based artist Laura Cooper, doesn’t  make you want to spend the weekend in the desert, well, I don’t what will. How’s that for a segue into the fact that these pieces will be part of the inaugural show at HeyThere Projects in Joshua Tree, California this […]


Rise Art Rise Art Blog Feed

  • 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. […]

  • Alexandra Gallagher | Where The Surreal Meets The Bizarre
    by Bethan Street on 9th May 2019 at 12:00 am

    Alexandra Gallagher is a British artist whose work celebrates the surreal and the bizarre. Her thought-provoking paintings and collages explore the realms of dream, memory and the imagination. The artist allows her imagination to run in any creative direction resulting in visually appealing works that are evocative of the Surrealists while offering a contemporary take on both the materials and the subject matter. We ask the artist 5 questions about her work and life as an artist. […]

  • Must-See London Exhibitions This May
    by Hector Campbell on 30th April 2019 at 12:00 am

    Hector Campbell, our new Curator at Large, has his eye on the latest and greatest contemporary exhibitions, and he's always on the lookout for promising up-and-coming artists. If you're in search of your next art fix, here are current London exhibitions that Hector recommends. […]

  • What Is ARR And Why Does It Matter?
    by Rise Art on 26th April 2019 at 12:00 am

    The Artist’s Resale Right (ARR) entitles artists who have produced an original work of art to a royalty (payment) each time their art is re-sold through an art market professional or auction house. […]

  • 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. […]


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

  • Monuments, Placeholders, Ghosts
    by Deena Chalabi on 23rd May 2019 at 6:30 pm

    One crisp afternoon this spring, I walked through the Mission and Potrero Hill to have a conversation with artist Abbas Akhavan, CCA’s Capp Street Artist-in-Residence, about his exhibition, cast for a folly, at the Wattis Institute. As I hurried along, I wondered (and worried) about the future of San Francisco, but mostly I thought about ... Mor […]

  • Jess and the Bubblegum Card
    by Solomon Adler on 22nd May 2019 at 5:30 pm

    Between 1959 and 1976, Jess created the Translations, a series of thirty-two paintings copied from found images and executed in delectably thick impasto. His sources varied widely, from contemporary photographs to scientific illustrations, historic artworks, ancient artifacts, and images from popular magazines. For Translation #15, Jess reproduced a black-and-white “bubblegum card” of the Beatles, transcribing ... Mor […]

  • A Proposal for a New Musical
    by Christian Alborz Oldham on 20th May 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Original concept developed alongside Melissa Sachs and Cameron Soren. Thanks to Davora Lindner and Toby Feltwell. Author’s note: No footnotes — why? To quote The O.C.: “Dude, it’s Long Beach, not Chechnya.”   Set in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley (564 Grove Street, nested comfortably between Octavia and Laguna) in 1997, during the dot-com bubble and ... Mor […]

  • Art/Life/Love
    by David Senior on 16th May 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Our copy of Linda Montano’s Art in Everyday Life has an inscription written in marker in a nice cursive script. It reads “Blessed,” followed by the line “Art/Life/Love” and her signature. This trace of the artist’s hand adds another performative layer to this special book. I’m always interested in how performance is printed; how artists’ ... Mor […]

  • Photo Memoir Notes: McCoppin St.
    by Courtney Trouble on 15th May 2019 at 5:30 pm

    part one mccoppin st. we keep our photographs in phones, roses in books; expired film in black plastic, nets cast and reeled-in-empty dipped in gold and strung over our naked beds the apartment on mccoppin st was a fluke. Jerry Lee Manhattan and i fled to SF from Oly in search of gayer times and ... Mor […]