Kristiansand based artist Vlek with a contribution to the election campaign
Following last year’s FREEDOM issue, this edition of Nuart Journal explores the theme of LOCKDOWN. Available both online and in print from May 1, 2021.
Nuart and MZM Projects "Tales of Silver City" official selection.
A series of Public Health warnings afixed to various public sculptures and monuments
Covid 19 delay announced and double issue for Spring 2021
Danger, Public Art. Placed in and around the city centre suburb of Storhaug.
Commodified belief systems, surveillance capitalism and the worship of capital
Our good friend Arne aka vlek paid us a visit from Kristiansand.
A series of readymade public art interventions in and around the city of Stavanger.
A series of large stickers designed for city billboards and digital public screens
A series of local interventions on the municipalities garbage collection points.
An urban intervention exploring the mysterious disappearance of quicksand from the cultural landscape
A series of brass plaques in support of BLM and other social issues and concerns
A series of hand wrtten riot notes on commercial info stands
Award winning film scoops best street art film in Grenoble
Road is Lava, a series of interactive street stencils in and around Stavanger.
In saying that, we have a few other moves and groves planned to annoy the neighbours. So stay tuned.
Nuart is stepping up to support the community
Ox, a short film on the life and work of Parisian street artists OX. Shot on location in Stavanger, Norway by MZM projects for Nuart Festival 2019.
Join Nuart Journal Editor Susan Hansen and Founder Martyn Reed for a discussion on Nuart’s ongoing Lockdown Edition at this year's Urban Creativity conference [online].
Nuart are delighted to be premiering Tales of Silver City, an anthology of Aberdeen tales commissioned by Nuart curator Martyn Reed and shot and directed by Ukrainian filmmakers Kristina Borhes and Nazar Tymoshchuk during Nuart Aberdeen, at Aberdeen Art Gallery.
Today we are shining a spotlight on artist-activist Paul Harfleet, who has joined us for our Lockdown Edition – as part of our Paste Up Lock Down action last month, and now for the first viewing of his film “If Homophobia Ended Tomorrow”, directed by Kristina Borhes and Nazar Tymoshchuk at MZM Projects.
Nuart Journal is participating in the third annual Bastard Art Book Fair.
A Quarantine Workbook form Portuguese project, Mistaker Makers.
Nuart’s “Lock Down, Paste Up” launches with a series of new works created in Aberdeen, Scotland.
We have some really strong, interesting and deep content set to drop over the coming weeks under the #nuartlockdown name.
Issue 4 of Nuart Journal is dedicated to the theme of Freedom.
Announcing the line-up for Nuart Aberdeen 2020 (postponed until further notice)
“The Tunnels” is an experimental film that lays on the border of documentation, critical review and video art. It is dedicated to the “Brand New, You’re Retro” exhibition which formed part of this years Nuart Festival.
Nuart Festival's annual recap film -shot by Doug Gillen for Fifth Wall on location in Stavanger, Norway.
For its 2019 edition, Nuart festival had the pleasure of hosting the world-famous graffiti crew; 1UP. The crew has been bombarding the streets of Berlin since the early 2000’s and have managed to walk a fine line, staying true to the roots of graffiti whilst also pushing the art form into ever more adventurous territory through a variety of interventions and more.
Brand new, you’re retro – Nuart Festival’s indoor exhibition opened its doors to the public Saturday the 7th of September.
Paul Harfleet’s 15 year Pansy Project has seen him travel the world to plant pansies on the streets at the site of homophobic abuse.