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Free Art Events for March 2019

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of March, submitted by the ArtWeb community: National Association of Women Artists – Visual Biography: Women’s Narrative An exhibition of 22 contemporary works in 2D and 3D media by NAWA…

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How major cities shape up for artists: Berlin

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What terms could possibly best sum up Berlin as an artists’ destination? After all, with its cultural stock having been built up over the years by such a large proportion of incomers, one could argue that in many ways, Berlin’s…

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Seeing Spots at the Yayoi Kusama Museum

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Free of interference from the outside world, the inside of the infinity box almost feels like it could be another dimension.

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How major cities shape up for artists: London

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London remains home to many of the world’s most significant artistic institutions and events, but is it the right city for you as an artist?

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How Major Cities Shape Up For Artists: Madrid

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One only needs to wander around the capital to see all manner of colour and creativity.

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Free Art Events for November 2018

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of November, submitted by the ArtWeb community: A Light Less Pale A solo exhibition by ArtWeb member Richard Whadcock. Dates Nov 10 – 28, 2018 | Gallery hours Mon-Fri 10am-4pm…

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The CWAJ’s 62nd Contemporary Japanese Print Show

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Host of Japan’s most prestigious contemporary print fair, the College Women’s Association of Japan is a little-known powerhouse of an organisation supporting women and the visually impaired in the country. Connected through a love of English, members of the CWAJ…

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World’s First Digital Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan: A Multi-Sensory Experience

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Stimulate your senses at the Mori Building Digital Art Museum, the world’s first digital art museum in Tokyo.

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The progressive early history of Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art

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A look at the Glasgow School of Art’s early history, influence and devastation.

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Free 2018 August Art Events

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of August, submitted by the ArtWeb community: MFA Art and Humanities Masters Show 2018 Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design’s Masters Show celebrates transformative design and visually stunning…

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The Essentials of Selecting and Preparing Printmaking Paper

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Choosing the right paper for your art is one of the most vital steps in the printmaking process. Read on for tips on how select and prep your paper.

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Free 2018 July Art Events

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of July, submitted by the ArtWeb community: First Street Gallery – 2018 National Juried Exhibition First Street Gallery is pleased to present the 2018 National Juried Exhibition. Curated by American…

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Yokohama Apartment: A unique city residency space in Japan

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This article was originally published on REthink Tokyo. Deep in the residential area of Yokohama’s Nishi ward are four tall, white, wooden structures with a simple open atrium and a focus on community and transparency. Providing a working and living…

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Danchi Dreams: A Photographic Exploration of a Housing Vision

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This post was originally published on REthink Tokyo. While walking down a quiet street in Korakuen one night, Tokyo-based photographer Cody Ellingham was struck by the discordance of the structures he saw. On one side, the “hypermodern, illuminated theme park” of Tokyo Dome, and…

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The Possibilities of White Paint and the 5 Artists Who Realised Them

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Is white a mere neutral or ‘base’ colour for artists, or is it the colour – one of the most literally illuminating of all? It’s not a question that has necessarily been asked as often as it should have been…

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