Lauren Franceschini

Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize brings light to international politics, identity, and migration

Beginning April 15th, the Photographer’s Gallery in Soho will host the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize (DBPFP) and subsequent exhibition of the nominees’ work. The DBPFP is renowned as Europe’s biggest photo award with the prize being £30,000 for the best exhibition by a living photographer of any nationality. The 2016 exhibition focuses on political concerns, […]

 Hyunsu Yim

Interview: Sophie Mayanne’s new project ‘Demarcation’ brings to light immigration issues

Known for her raw and monochromatic portraiture, 22-year-old London based photographer Sophie Mayanne’s new project ‘Demarcation’ sees young people candidly share their feelings and stories about London as their stay in the city comes to end. Could you explain to us briefly what project Demarcation is about? Demarcation is a project that started around August 2015. It first […]

 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 […]

 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. […]

 Kalli Damschen

The Power of Portraits with Tereza Červeňová

The Power of Portraits with Tereza Červeňová

Two years ago, Youth Arts Online had the opportunity to sit down for an interview with Tereza Červeňová, a young photographer who was beginning to make a name for herself by winning several photography awards. Since that time, Tereza has made great strides as a photographer. This year she was awarded the John Kobal New […]

 Leah Byron

Creative Writing Competition OPEN!

You is for University is BACK …and this time it is bigger than ever before! Entries will open at 9am on Friday 17th April 2015 and close at 5pm on Monday 1st June 2015, with all submissions being judged by our 2015 guest panel. This year, prizes are set to be even bigger than the […]

 Mercedes Fraenzel

Witness an Epic Battle of the Arts this Thursday

This Thursday at 6pm you’ll have the chance to watch one painter compete versus one photographer at the artFix store in Soho. Both have about half an hour to create their piece of art on the spot, inspired by the same theme. The audience then evaluates the two artworks, expressing personal thoughts and choosing a […]

 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 […]

 LucianaZillmer

Toy Stories – Exhibition

Toy Stories – Exhibition

Toy Stories is a series of children’s portraits by Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti. They are colourful images of children in their homes and neighbourhood with their most prized possessions – their toys. The photographer recorded these images over three years whilst visiting 58 countries and discovered that children around the world are the same. They […]

 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 […]

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