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EXHALE: A Project by SNIK, Norway 2023

May 27, 2023

SNIK duo have just finished their latest project EXHALE, a multi-site mural project spanning the remote Norwegian island Utsira and mainland city Stavanger. EXHALE explores our connection to nature, a notion Utsiran locals are well accustomed to – the small community lives in respectful harmony within the surrounding scenery’s cycle of growth, bloom and decay. […]

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Street Artists Paint in Solidarity with Ukraine, Worldwide 2022

April 14, 2022

Street artists worldwide are paying tributes to Ukraine amid Putin’s invasion and showing their support for Ukraine. The invasion on 24th February 2022 has been widely condemned internationally as an act of aggression and has triggered Europe’s largest refugee crisis since World War II. French street artist Seth Globepainter painted a little girl in Paris three days […]

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Get stuck in and STUCK UP!, Nuart Aberdeen 2021

June 18, 2021

Make it, print it, send it, paste it! Nuart Aberdeen is preparing for a RECORD BREAKING paste-up wall in a worldwide collaborative project and they have invited the world to get stuck in with them! Nuart has secured a massive 1500ft of wall space in Aberdeen City Centre and intends to create the world’s largest […]

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“Lock Down Paste Up”, NUART Aberdeen during COVID-19 Lockdown, 2020

May 13, 2020

Nuart‘s “Lock Down Paste Up” launches with a series of new works in and around Aberdeen, during COVID-19 lockdown. While huge murals, talks and big city tours were not an option for this years street art festival, Nuart still felt a desire to connect with the Aberdeen community that has welcomed them with open arms. […]

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Street Art with More Impact, Recap of 2018

December 26, 2018

Street art can promote conversation and highlight social, political and environmental issues and has always been a powerful platform to convey messages to the masses. Check out the street art murals brought to us in 2018 that promote injustices and inspire hope for our future… JANUARY A new mural by anonymous artist Banksy appeared in Hull, UK. The […]

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Nina Ghafari, Beasts of No Nation, Nuart Festival, Stavanger 2018.

Nina Ghafari’s “Beasts of No Nation” aka “Another Place/Figure for Landscape” re-booted for 2018, Nuart Festival

October 12, 2018

Stavanger based Iranian artist, Nina Ghafari, works across many mediums including painting and street poetry. Her work aims to reinvigorate the conversation about autonomous art practice through electrically charged words, paintings, objects and performances. Her installation for this years Nuart Festival “Beasts of No Nation” aka “Another Place/Figure for Landscape”rebooted for 2018, is inspired by “Another […]

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Jazoo Yang, Dot series, Nuart Festival 2018. Photo Credit Kristina Borhes

Korean Artist Jazoo Yang Protests Against Gentrification with Two New Works in Stavanger, Nuart Festival 2018

September 19, 2018

Jazoo Yang is interested in the evolution of cities and the nostalgic poetry that emerges from popular neighbourhoods demolished at high speed in areas of urban redevelopment. Her newest mural project for this years Nuart Festival uses Korean symbols of forced evictions and demolition to raise awareness about all those globally who are exposed to […]

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Fintan Magee Paints for Social Inclusion Through Street Art, Norway 2018

September 10, 2018

Internationally renowned mural artist Fintan Magee joined forces with Nuart and Attende for the second iteration of our Social Inclusion Through Street Art project, which aims to inspire action and change. (First project can be found here). Attende specialises in finding strengths where others see weaknesses, promoting the message that everyone has an important role […]

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Juane, Street Art Bus, Stavanger 2018. Photo Credit Brian Tallman

Stencil artist Jaune’s Hi-Vis Workers Have Fun on Stavanger’s Buses, 2018

July 10, 2018

Nuart Festival produced the first ever series of curated Street Art buses as part of their on-going project to establish Stavanger as the world’s first ‘Art City’. The three-year collaboration between Nuart Festival and regional bus company Kolumbus began in September 2016 and saw four artists, Add Fuel (PT), Ernest Zacharevic (LT), Martin Whatson (NO) and […]

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Artist Carrie Reichardt, Nuart Aberdeen 2018. Photo Credit Ian Cox

Artist Carrie Reichardt Painting about a Revolution, Nuart Aberdeen 2018

April 28, 2018

Nuart Aberdeen and global human rights organisation Amnesty International have joined forces with contemporary ceramicist Carrie Reichardt to create a piece of permanent public art to highlight Amnesty International’s project in support of women human rights defenders in the UK. Carrie Reichardt is a self-titled ‘craftivist’. Her work blurs the boundaries between craft and activism, using […]

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Milu Correch, Nuart Aberdeen Street Art Festival 2018. Photo Credit Ian Cox

Milu Correch’s Tribute to Women in Witchcraft, Nuart Aberdeen 2018

April 18, 2018

Nuart Aberdeen returned to the Granite City for its second Street Art Festival this April, curated by the team behind Stavanger’s internationally renowned Nuart Festival. Argentinian artist Milu Correch was invited to Aberdeen, and painted two murals that reference North East Scotland’s witch hunts of the late 16th and early 17th centuries. Drawing on one of the […]

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