Hyunsu Yim

LCF’s latest exhibition: ‘Mad About The Boy’ brings attention to fashion’s obsession with youth

‘Mad about the boy’ is the latest exhibition at London College of Fashion encompassing fashion, photography, music and visual arts from across the decades, with its main focus firmly on the perception of youth in the fashion industry. Curated and designed by Lou Stoppard, and Tony Hornecker, works by the likes of J W Anderson, Larry […]

 Kalli Damschen

6 Photography Exhibitions to Check Out in London

6 Photography Exhibitions to Check Out in London

Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year Admission: Free Each year, the Royal Observatory Greenwich, together with BBC Sky at Night Magazine and Insight Investment, organises the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition. The winning entries from 2015 are now on display at the Royal Observatory. Check them out between now and 26 June 2016. […]

 Ela

Exhibiting Artistic Talent !

Wednesday 14 October and Thursday 15 October 2015 Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU Art for Youth London is an annual art exhibition that raises money for the charity UK Youth. Save the 2015 date in your diary and browse walls of affordable art priced from £200 to £5,000 with a glass […]

 Gabrielle Cormier

In Discussion With Photographer Murray Ballard: From the Outdoor to the Prospect of Immortality

In Discussion With Photographer Murray Ballard: From the Outdoor to the Prospect of Immortality

Last week, as I started looking into writing a blog post for YouthArtsOnline on Brighton’s newest outdoor photography exhibit, the first thing that came to mind were loos. Yes, loos–even though they had nothing to do with the Brighton exhibit. An outdoor photo installation on the subject once caught my eye and I haven’t looked […]

 Ernest

Book-Benches About Town

Book-Benches About Town

‘’Every man who knows how to read has it in his power to magnify himself, to multiply the ways in which he exists, to make his life full, significant and interesting.’’ – Aldous Huxley Wild in Art and National Literacy Trust are launching a unique art project this July in celebration of stories linked to […]

 Cassie Jones

Make Some Noise – 2014 NOISE Festival Seeks Creative Talent

Have you ever imagined having the chance to showcase your creative talent and work with some of the biggest names in the creative industry? The 2014 NOISE Festival can make those dreams come true. The 2014 NOISE Festival is a biennial celebration of creative talent. It offers people of all ages the chance to submit […]

 Anshu Laxman

Hazel Gore talks about her upcoming exhibition

Hazel Gore, an artist from Glasgow is holding her exhibition at the Virginia Gallery alongside Catriona Paterson between the 7th and 28th of March. The exhibition named “Her/Story” that is about Maiden or Mother, Virgin or Seductress, Goddess or Monster, Real or Fantasy. The image of women and her stereotypes in Fairy-tales and Storytelling is […]

 Nadia Rasheed

Natalie Yau: Still Standing

Natalie Yau: Still Standing

Twenty two year-old photographer Natalie Yau – a resident of Winchester – has an intriguing body of work. Perusing her website you’ll find studio photo shoots as well as black and white images of New York City. Yet perhaps most fascinating are two of her project ‘Effluent’ and ‘Still’ – photographs that look like they […]

 Jessica Alkire

Inspiration is Everywhere

Inspiration is Everywhere

25-year-old Katelyn Farstad, a fellow Minnesota native, artfully combines painting and a wide array of different materials to create truly unique and memorable pieces. Her work has gained wide recognition; in fact, she received a solo exhibition at Midway Contemporary Art, and her work has been included in exhibitions in cities such as Minneapolis, Chicago, […]

 Jessica Alkire

A New Generation of Artists

A New Generation of Artists

Join art students and graduates 27 November 2013 – 26 January 2014 for an exhibition of works from the industry’s up-and-coming artists. The Institute for Contemporary Arts is hosting the Bloomberg New Contemporaries (BNC) annual art exhibition, displaying works from 46 different young artists. BNC is an organisation that has been a platform for fine […]