Kalli Damschen

How Technology Is Revolutionising the Arts

How Technology Is Revolutionising the Arts

In the last couple decades, technology has revolutionised the way we relate to the world. These changes extend to influence all aspects of life, from communication to entertainment and from education to employment, and the arts have been far from unaffected. New technologies have impacted how artists in every field make, share and fund their […]

 Ela

Washington Otim Channels Passion Into Art

Twenty-year-old Washington Emiliano Otim is passionate about painting, drawing and graphic design. “It helps me to express my emotions to the community in a creative manner,” he says. Otim is primarily involved in abstract art because it “provokes emotions that make the viewers of my paintings really think about my work.” Otim first caught the […]

 Ernest

Laurence Gardner Speaks With NOISE Founder Denise Proctor

Laurence Gardner Speaks With NOISE Founder Denise Proctor

Offering a platform for young creative individuals to gain recognition and work with leading industry figures, Noise Arts Festival has hosted an array of impressive curators, including Giles Deacon, Brian Eno and Elaine Constantine since it began in 2004. Youth Arts Online spoke with festival founder Denise Proctor about this year’s event. How did NOISE […]

 Nadia Rasheed

Katie’s Chemical Reaction

Katie’s Chemical Reaction

Eighteen-year-old Katie Nicholas from Liverpool is a musician who pretty much does it all. A singer-songwriter who experiments with different genres, Katie also spends time working as a designer in a major advertising agency in London. Last summer she was awarded the Michael Molloy Youth Music Award at the Liverpool Music Awards and she’s just […]

 Tari Eguruze

Get Noticed with D&AD New Blood

Get Noticed with D&AD New Blood

Briefs are now available for the D&AD New Blood Awards 2014. D&AD hosts briefs for students, graduates, and young people, giving them the chance to get their creative advertisement solutions seen all over the world. Briefs are catered towards copywriters, photographers, digital specialists, product designers, or anything in-between. You can work alone or as part of […]

 Nadia Rasheed

The Conviction of Olivia Twaites

The Conviction of Olivia Twaites

Jut last month 25-year-old Olivia Twaites was presented with a £1,500 prize for her winning entry in the British Library and Arts Thread’s Propaganda design competition. The competition was in celebration of the British Library’s exhibition entitled ‘Propaganda: Power and Persuasion’ and entrants were asked to create a design, film or illustration that would influence […]

 Nadia Rasheed

Andrew Kapish: Communication as an Art Form

Andrew Kapish: Communication as an Art Form

22-year-old graphic designer Andrew Kapish lists Cartoon Network as his dream client but for the moment he’s working on his portfolio and managing a burgeoning career. Graphic designers are sometimes not viewed as artists but here we have a strong case to easily disprove such malarkey. Though Andrew is all the way over in Akron, […]