FRI SEPT 6. 12:20–12:30 Selina Miles: Filming the City

Director Selina Miles works extensively in digital online production and the global street art movement. Her style of energetic and vivid direction has brought her acclaim in that space - her short ‘hyper-lapse’ video Limitless became a globally recognised rendition of graffiti art, garnering over 12 million views on YouTube. She extended her examination of the street artist at work with her online series The Wanderers, in 2017. Her current production Martha: A Picture Story has developed out of her unique access to this global art movement, merging immersive storytelling with bold direction to create a distinctive feature documentary.

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6. 12:20–12:30 Selina Miles: Filming the City
Filmmaker Selina Miles will discuss her work filming artists, writers, and their stories.

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6. 12:30–13:00 Memory and Creative Destruction. Panel discussion with Erik Hannerz, Malcolm Jacobson, and filmmaker Selina Miles
Acclaimed filmmaker Selina Miles will join Hannerz and Jacobson to consider the ways in which even apparently destructive forms of urban creativity can work positively with ‘abandoned’ spaces, and the city's memories.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5. 17:00 - 19:00 FILM SCREENING: MARTHA: A PICTURE STORY
Odeon Kino, Stavanger. Nuart Festival is honoured to announce, in association with Stavanger Odeon Cinema, the Scandinavian premiere of Martha: A Picture Story, a documentary by Selina Miles.

Martha: A Picture Story Directed by Selina Miles
Year: 2019
Duration: 82 minutes
All Ages

In 1970s New York, photographer Martha Cooper captured some of the first images of graffiti at a time when the city had declared war against it. Three decades after publishing her book, Subway Art, photographer Martha Cooper age 75, discovers she's become an unexpected icon of one of the biggest art movements in history.

Post film Q&A with Martha Cooper and Selina Miles hosted by Evan Pricco of Juxtapoz Magazine!

FULL NUART PLUS 2019 PROGRAM

Our at-a-glance program of keynote speeches, presentations, panel debates, film premieres, workshops, special events and more

THURS SEPT 5. 21:00–23:00 FIGHT CLUB, EVAN PRICCO (US)

Announcing Evan Pricco (US) as one of the speakers for this year's Nuart Plus Conference.

FRI SEPT 6. 15:30 - 16:30, Norwegian Street Art Practice: Towards an Institute for Critical Street Art

Arne Tellefsen is an artist and co-founder of KRS Gadekunstlaug in Kristiansand, southern Norway.

FRI SEPT 6. 15:30 - 16:30 Norwegian Street Art Practice: Towards an Institute for Critical Street Art

Eric Ness Christiansen is a graffiti artist and curator of UGANGprosjektet in Drammen, one of the biggest graffiti happenings in Norway, covering close to 5000 m2...

FRI SEPT 6. 11:10–12:00 Erik Hannerz: Rewriting the city: Subcultural play and urban creativity

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6. 11:10–12:00 Erik Hannerz: Rewriting the city: Subcultural play and urban creativity & FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6. 12:30–13:00 Memory and Creative Dest...

FRI SEPT 6. 12:20–12:30 Selina Miles: Filming the City

Announcing Selina Miles (AU) as one of the speakers for this year's Nuart Plus Conference.

FRI SEPT 6. 14:00–14:30 Kadri Lind and Sirla: Stencibility – Independent Anarcho-Street Art

Announcing Kadri Lind (EE) as one of the speakers for this year's Nuart Plus Conference.

FRI SEPT 6. 14:00–14:30 Kadri Lind and Sirla: Stencibility – Independent Anarcho-Street Art

Announcing Sirla (EE) as one of the speakers for this year's Nuart Plus Conference.

FRI SEPT 6. 14:30–15:00 Vile Films present Subvertiser, a short film on festival artist Dr D (UK) followed by a Q&A

After failing his art GCSE (10th grade in the U.S.) dr.d embarked on a plethora of glamorous jobs including rat catcher; building site labourer; taxi radio contro...

FRI SEPT 6. 15:30 - 16:30, Norwegian Street Art Practice: Towards an Institute for Critical Street Art

Announcing Viktor Gjengaar (NO) as one of the speakers for this year's Nuart Plus Conference.

FRI 6 & SAT 7 SEPT: SAZISO PHIRI (UK)

Announcing Saziso Phiri (UK) as one of the moderators for this year's Nuart Plus Conference.

FRI 6 & SAT 7 SEPT: SUSAN HANSEN (UK/AU)

Announcing Susan Hansen (UK) as one of the moderators for this year's Nuart Plus Conference.

SAT SEPT 7. 11:10–11:50 Stephen Pritchard: More Today Than Yesterday (But Less Than There'll Be Tomorrow)

Announcing Stephen Prichard (UK) as one of the speakers for this year's Nuart Plus Conference.

SAT SEPT 7. 11:50–12:30 Paint the Change: Jo Skoulikas and Saleem Vaillancourt, with festival artist Hyuro in conversation

Hyuro is an Argentinian artist best known for painterly compositions that combine vernacular depictions of femininity with socio-political undertones. 


SAT SEPT 7. 13:30 - 14:00, Splash and Burn film and Q&A with co-founder Charlotte Pyatt

Charlotte Pyatt is a creative professional with a passion for projects activating positive change and discussion through Art.

SAT SEPT 7. 14:00–14:30 Artist talk and Q&A with Paul Harfleet: The Pansy Project

Announcing Paul Harfleet (UK) as one of the speakers for this year's Nuart Plus Conference.

SAT SEPT 7. 14:30–15:00 Artist talk and Q&A with Jad El Khoury: Tower of Wind

In association with Venice's Arte Laguna Prize we’re delighted to welcome the first recipient of a Nuart residency award, Jad El Khoury.

SAT SEPT 7. 17:00 - 19:00 FILM SCREENING: MARTHA: A PICTURE STORY

Announcing Martha Cooper (US) as one of the speakers for this year's Nuart Plus Conference.

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NUART JOURNAL 5: LOCKDOWN ISSUE

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.

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