BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival takes place every year in Ibiza during July and August since 2011 and recently in Milan too. It is completely independent, self financed and all activities are for free. The Festival`s aim is to encourage the audience to be proactive and “to think” about a certain theme, usually imminent social issues, that is closely related to our daily lives.READ MORE
Wallspot is a website and an app that manage legal spots for artistic interventions which conceives public spaces as creating means.You can manage and upload the walls of your city from the back end of the manager. It also allows you to track the frequency of use of the managed walls. Since artists and photographers can upload the pictures of their work, the platform also works as a virtual gallery that features a visual record of all works created on Wallspot’s walls.READ MORE
Sibiu Street Art Festival in Romania is a tool designed to color all our souls! As a community of artists, we strongly believe in this. It is a proven fact, the influence that color has on a man’s life and that’s why we thought about how to change the gray around us.READ MORE
IPAF provides a platform for the public to come and see art while it also connects international and local artists with communities in a meaningful and interactive way. If you thought Cape Town’s art scene was getting a little crowded, think again, there is still a lot of space for growth.READ MORE
Nuart is an international contemporary street and urban art festival, held annually in Stavanger, Norway since 2001. From the first week of September an invited international team of street artists leave their mark on the city’s walls, both indoor and out, creating one of Europe’s most dynamic and constantly evolving public art events.READ MORE
UrbanAct (members and co-workers) has an active presence in Greece since 1998. Their goal is to promote the art and the techniques of alternative forms of cultures such as public mural art, graffiti, street art, bicycling etc. UrbanAct aims to intervene with art in the urban landscape by creating outdoor wall paintings, organising festivals and exhibitions.READ MORE
The IBUg an Urban Culture Festival in central Germany, a laboratory for international urban artists and a way of life. IBUg your life and get together! What started as an unofficial graffiti Meeting, has developed into an urban culture project of international renown since 2006.READ MORE
Vukovart – art harbour is a concept which promotes Vukovar as a place that accepts all artists, and new value creators. Vukovar city in Croatia, organises this inspiring international festival in collaboration with Val Kulture (Wave of culture) as continued manifestation of last years Vukovart 2018.READ MORE
Art in Progress is a non-profit civil society for culture. It was founded on July 17, 2011 and operates in Patras, Greece. It focuses on the organization of visual, cultural, environmental and educational activities with the main aim of bringing the patriotic population together with contemporary Greek and international visual arts creation and shaping the appropriate conditions for the cultural and cultural upgrading of the city.READ MORE
SAM – Street And More Magazine is a quarterly publication from the Netherlands published by Chris Versteeg. Made by enthousiastic artists with a passion for printed matter they feature illustration design, graffiti, street art, interviews with the artists, gallery owners and other interesting people.READ MORE
Street Art Cities is a community that works on building a global map of Street Art. This team creates the most comprehensive Street Art Collection known to mankind. Closely working with all of their hunters around the world this application offers beautiful street art pictures and background info in each and every city!READ MORE
BAZ-ART is a non-profit organisation dedicated to harnessing the power of art for the benefit of the public. It aims to commission, preserve, interpret and promote public art of any styles and forms. This includes street art, public art, graffiti, fine art, finger painting, spray painting and many other forms of artistic expression in South Africa.READ MORE
Dubai Canvas is a unique public art festival organized by Brand Dubai. It is an annual event since 2015, inspiring creativity and innovation across Dubai’s streets. Dubai Canvas hosts 3D street artists and public art pieces and art shows , workshops , street performers and food trucks.READ MORE
Gargar Mural and Rural Art Festival was born from the need and the strong determination to add a distinguishing value to the village of Penelles in Spain. The objective is to appreciate, encourage and give visibility to artists and alternative ways of artistic expression in public rural areas.READ MORE
For the first time the language of street art conquered and reshaped the urban landscape of a picturesque corner of Molise, the village of Civitacampomarano in the provinces of Campobasso. The streets of the village were the backdrop for the first edition of “CVTA Festival – Street Fest”.READ MORE
This exhibition was a reference to the roots of graffiti and artists who in one way or another continue to “mark” the particular scene in Greece and abroad, while participating and young artists. For this exhibition 30 Greeks and 11 international Graffiti artists presented their original works.READ MORE
Asalto is an International Urban Art Festival organised since 2005. For several months the streets of the Old Town of Zaragoza are flooding with avant-garde, participatory and stunning artistic projects developed on site by urban artists and artistic groups of the national and international scene.READ MORE
The International Street Art Festival in Malta. (24th – 26th July, 2015).
Since 2013 artists, tourists and locals have all endured the heat of Malta’s summer sun during the 3 day festival. Along the promenade of Sliema we had set up 4 music stages varying from Rock to Reggae, a market for local merchants, entertainment, as well as some of our own artists’ works.READ MORE
No limit – is an outdoor art event inviting artists from around the world to participate in turning public space into an outdoor exhibition. The idea is not new. Street-Art has been changing neighborhoods and cities around the globe for many years but Sweden, which has remained mostly vacant of large scale murals due to its strict “Zero tolerance” policy, is now getting a chance to be a part of this fast growing culture with its first large-scale mural event in the city of Borås.READ MORE
Festival in Fanzara (Castellon) with a suggestive approach, the idea of open-air museum.
The Unfinished Museum of Urban Art (MIAU), is a constantly changing and growing project. When visiting, you will enjoy big and small artwork, lasting pieces of art, murals and sculptures. But if you are lucky enough, one day when strolling around Fanzara, you may be surprised by a cellist playing music in a square, or maybe attend a conference in the sociocultural centre, or even a film screening.