SAT 8 KL1000 KEYNOTE - PROFESSOR ALISON YOUNG (AU)
Alison Young (AU) is the Francine V. McNiff Professor of Criminology in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne, and a Professor in the Law School at City University, London. She is the author of Street Art World (2016), Street Art, Public City (2014), The Scene of Violence (2010), Street/Studio (2010, and Judging the Image (2005), and numerous articles on the intersection of law, crime, culture and public or private space. In 2015, Street Art, Public City was awarded the Penny Pether Prize for best book by the Australasian Association of Law, Literature and the Humanities. She is the founder of the Urban Environments Research Network, an interdisciplinary and international group of academics, artists, and architects, and is a convenor of the Future Cities Research Cluster in the Sustainable Societies Institute at the University of Melbourne.
SEMINAR DAY 2
Saturday 8 September, Tou Scene
10·00–10·50 Art & Belonging: on place, displacement and placelessness
Keynote by Professor Alison Young, University of Melbourne
Street art is often talked about as contributing to a sense of place. Murals projects, festivals, and street artworks are said to foster feelings of belonging, recognition and connection to a place. More than this, street art is increasingly used in place-branding and in commercial transactions. This talk will pose some questions about the implications of the way that street art relates to place and both makes and un-makes spaces of connection and disconnection. It will begin with the use of works by artists such as Rone and Sofles, and the widespread problem of how street art has been used to sell property development as part of the now well-known relationship between art and gentrification. It will move on to consider the place of art in the midst of demolition, displacement and destruction, through consideration of the work of artists such as Ian Strange, Richard Wentworth, Francis Alÿs, and Stanislava Pinchuk, whose works address displacement and eviction, creating art that responds to the loss of place and the destruction of belonging.
Short film documenting a selection of the works produced by 26 participating artists over a 7-day period in September, courtesy of Fifth Wall TV.
A short documentary on Stavanger based Iranian artist Nina Ghafari.
Key works from this years festival - the rest we hope people will discover on their own without the aid of a map, as nature (and the artists) intended
Obair Ealain (Street Art) is a new Gaelic-language, feature-length documentary which follows the progress and impact of Nuart Aberdeen 2018.
Nuart x Johannes Læringsenter present a new community-based mural for Badedammen in Stavanger East
Street Art workshops for senior citizens at nursing homes across Stavanger, proving you´re never too old to pick up a spray can !
Nuart and Attende pay tribute to Stavanger´s ´Ren By Gjengen´ with a new mural by Fintan Magee
Internationally renowned mural artist Smug joins forces with Nuart and Attende for a project that aims to inspire action and change.
Powerful public art by Iranian siblings Icy & Sot for Nuart Festival 2018
Nuart newcomer Helen Bur displaying great versatility with works both big and small in Stavanger this past week
Made on the shore of the Hafrsfjord where the monument 'Sverd i fjell' commemorates the Battle of Hafrsfjord in 872
Ener Konings (NO) dive into Nuart Festival 2018…literally !
Alice Pasquini with a trademark colourful mural in the heart of Stavanger city centre
Máret Ánne Sara brings the Pile o’ Sápmi debate to Stavanger
Bergen based Skurk kicks off this year's Nuart Festival proper with a new mural in Stavanger sentrum
UK stencil duo Snik with two incredible new works for Nuart.
Our at-a-glance program of keynote speeches, presentations, panel debates, film premieres, workshops, special events and more
Argentina's Milu Correch presents an "Anti-Ted Talk" talk about Street Art and wall paintings decolonized potential
Space or place? Freedom or security? You, the audience decide.
Argentina's Milu Correch presents an "Anti-Ted Talk" talk about Street Art, with added bonus track on how the heterosexual system manifests within it.
Dr. Lachlan MacDowall (AU) lectures in Screen and Cultural Studies at the University of Melbourne. Snitches, Glitches and Untold Riches: graffiti and street art o...
Launch of the first issue of the Nuart Journal. A peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the critical study of street art and urban cultures
Scandinavian premiere of the latest film on the world's leading street artist, Banksy, narrated by Iggy Pop
Alison Young (AU) is the Francine V. McNiff Professor of Criminology in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne, and a Professo...
Street Art, Graffiti and the Moral Right of Integrity. Enrico Bonadio is Senior Lecturer in Law at City, University of London. His current research agenda focuses...
Take part in a unique sign painting and graffiti workshop with Conzo & Glöbel at this year’s Nuart Festival !
The Third Landscape meets the Temporary Autonomous Zone: Nuart Festival 2018 - Space is the Place !
Nuart Festival's Cultural Producers Initiative is a knowledge sharing platform for a global community of curators, producers, writers and administrators working w...
Exclusive booking rate for Nuart guests at one of Stavanger's most stylish hotels!
Brought to you by the team behind Stavanger’s internationally renowned Nuart Festival, Nuart Aberdeen is a new international platform for street artist and its as...
Nuart and Kolumbus present the world’s first ever series of curated Street Art buses.
Belgian artist Jaune celebrates the “unsung heroes” who keep our cities moving
Nuart and Kolumbus reveal the latest addition to Stavanger's expanding fleet of Street Art buses.
Polish artist M-City transforms 18-metre long bus into refugee pontoon to raise awareness about global humanitarian crisis.
Nuart heads to London’s famous Saatchi Gallery this November for an exhibition celebrating 12 years of facilitating art in the streets.
A look at Nuart and Nordic Edge's inaugural “Artist-in-Residence” project.
A three-year public art project, devised in collaboration with Oslo Municipality, which will see Nuart curate a series of artworks along the length of the Akersel...
Nuart presents The Cult of Rammellzee (UK) at the Norwegian Youth Festivals of Art (UKM)
The latest installment in Nuart's Billboard project. Check out the video here.
Street art duo produce large-scale mural and series of paste-up's as part of a Sandnes/Stavanger residency
Nuart presents Cult of Rammellzee (UK), Ella & Pitr (FR) and Street Printing with Die Raubdruckerin (DE) at the Norwegian Youth Festivals of Art
‘The Last Traveler’ by NIMI: the latest addition to Nuart's ‘Art City’ program
Footage from Nuart Festival, Block Berge Bygg and Ella & Pitr's successful attempt to create the world’s largest outdoor mural in Klepp, Rogaland.
Nuart and the Bergen-based artist Nipper present Mission Directives – a series of small scale installations that promote the sharing economy, creativity and citiz...