It seems that the phrase “less is more” just got a new meaning over in Stavanger, Norway, thanks to the people behind Nuart Festival. For their 18th edition, the festival had to deal with some serious funding cuttings, but instead of reducing the amount of work, they invite 2x more artists than ever and took
From Thursday 12 – Sunday 15 April Nuart team is coming back to Aberdeen for the 2nd edition of their Nuart Aberdeen festival. After successful introduction to the local audience last year (covered), the organizers put together an impressive lineup that features some of our good friends and personal favorites.
Easter Weekend marked the official opening of the inaugural Nuart Aberdeen event. After successfully beautifying the streets of Stavanger in Norway for over 15 years now, the organizers partnered with Aberdeen Inspired and Aberdeen City Council in order to bring their vision to the streets of Granite City. The 1st edition of the event produced
Melbourne-based artist Fintan Magee was one of the many artists invited to take part of this year’s Nuart Festival for which he painted what probably is one of the tallest murals painted in this city so far; a 32 meter high double silos in the middle of one of Stavanger’s most gentrified neighbourhoods. Titled ‘Monument to a Disappearing Monument’, the
While working on outdoor murals and other side projects, international artists have been busy creating a stunning indoor body of work for this year’s Nuart annual group exhibition, open to the public at Tou Scene, a former beer factory that is now a music and art venue. The installations exhibition opened last Saturday to the
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