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“THE WORLD OF BANKSY: THE IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE” IN PARIS

"The World of Banksy: The Immersive Experience", held at the Espace Lafayette-Drouot, is devoted to the world-famous street artist. About 100 works by Banksy (stencils, prints and murals) will be on display until December 31st.  Banksy fans will find the artist's most famous works on 1200sqm like Gangsta Rat and controversial Kissing Coppers. Impressive mural […]

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STREET ART FEST: GRENOBLE, FRANCE

The Grenoble Alps street art fest began in 2015 with 30 artists and they now have over 180 works up. The most recent festival featured 38 artists painting 10 huge walls and over 70 other surfaces. They are now curating artists from outside of France for this years festival. The month-long festival has expanded both […]

STENCILIBILITY: TARTU ESTONIA

Stencilibility was established in 2010, their manifesto states that “public space belongs to everyone who uses it” and “…if you don’t like it, improve it”. This is an organization not afraid to take on surprising projects and edgy subject matter. Tartu Estonia has an interesting cultural art scene; being a UNESCO city of literature and a […]

POW!WOW!: LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA, USA

POW!WOW! in Long Beach has a mission to bring happiness and colour to everyday life in their community. For the past three years, they’ve played host to many artists and they now have 90 murals spread around Long Beach. “POW!WOW! Long Beach is not only a mural festival but a learning experience for artists, volunteers, […]

VANCOUVER MURAL FESTIVAL: VANCOUVER BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA

Vancouver Mural Festival’s mission is to create experiences that connect people with art. Over the past four years, they’ve added over 150 murals to the city and produced Western Canada’s largest free, annual celebration of public art. Diversity and inclusiveness are key factors in the mural festival’s ethic. Most of the participating artists are local, […]

EUREKA STREET ART FESTIVAL, EUREKA CALIFORNIA, USA

Eureka California is an interesting place for street art creation and viewing. The area is best known for its huge redwood trees and Victorian architecture, but amongst the relics of traditionalism, Eureka also has a large artist population residing there too. The city partners with local businesses to celebrate this melting-pot of cultures within the […]

WIDE OPEN WALLS: SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA, USA

Wide Open Walls is working on making art part of daily life in Sacramento. They are doing that by reaching a wide audience with their outdoor art gallery. They engage locally and have Sacramento artists on their board and steering committee. The festival invites a 50/50 of California and external artists. There is a strong […]

BRIGHT WALLS: JACKSON MICHIGAN, USA

Bright Walls founder Clay McAndrews has a passion for street art that was sparked by his travels around the States. After exploring the offerings of places like Miami and Boston, he wanted to bring quality wall art to his own small town. The mural festival is a carefully curated event that brings in world-class talent […]

CRUSH WALLS: DENVER COLORADO, USA

The Crush Walls street art festival in Denver is livening up the RiNo neighbourhood, one mural at a time. They’re on a mission is to catalyze creative expression while transforming an area of Denver that is transitioning from a gritty warehouse district to an arty residential neighbourhood. The 2019 festival featured 70 local and 16 […]

THE BIG PICTURE FESTIVAL: NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA

Australian "Big Picture Fest" street art festival, previously been held in Port Adelaide, South Australia and Frankston, Victoria, is coming to Newcastle, New South Wales to beautify and make its streets come to life for 4 days. Artists present for this edition include world class international artists like Fintan Magee and Brontë Naylor alongside local […]

WYNWOOD WALLS AT ART BASEL: MIAMI FLORIDA, USA

The Wynwood Walls arts district was started by real estate developer Tony Goldman, as an outdoor museum of international street art. His own awareness of the importance street art was informed by his relationship with Keith Haring, who sprayed up Goldman’s property on the Lower East Side of New York. When Goldman set his gaze […]

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