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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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Illustrating Tokyo: Adrian Hogan on Coffee Cup Art, City Inspo and Social Sketching

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From sketching in high school to illustrating for the biggest names in Japan, Adrian Hogan has become one the most recognised names on the Tokyo creative scene. Having developed a love of sketching as a student during long commutes, Adrian…

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Small, Unusual and Little-Known Galleries in London: Part 2

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This post was originally published on London Cheapo. We’ve already gathered a few of London’s small, unusual and little-known galleries, but there are quite a few to explore, so you’re getting a part two. You lucky, culture-hungry cheapos. Read on…

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6 Things You Should Know As a Novice Abstract Painter

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While we have certainly written in the past here at ArtWeb about some of the abstract artists of which you should be aware, we haven’t focused much on the basic point and essence of abstract painting, and what it should…

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Small, Unusual and Little-Known Galleries in London: Part 1

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This post was originally published on London Cheapo. As much as we love London’s big galleries, a lot of exhibitions come at premium ticket prices (£15-£20). Part of the fun of visiting and living here is discovering culture in small,…

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5 Women Who Showed New Ways Forward for Self-portraiture

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Self-portraiture is one of those vexed subjects within art that has not always attracted the attention and analysis it really deserves. After all, there is so much more to any given artist’s self-portrait than a straightforward expression of ‘this is…

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The Basics of Gaining Gallery Representation

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Are you a teenager or 20-something with dreams of global artistic stardom? Or maybe you’ve turned to a creative path later in life, and are trying to juggle the task of building up a selling and exhibiting profile with that…

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Spotlight Interview with Mr Sly – Bold Mixed Media Artist

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Meet Mr Sly, a mixed media artist from England combining 20th-century pop culture and bold designs. Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I am 29 years old from Liverpool, married with 3 children…

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