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Turning a decayed industrial area in an arts festival: A documentary shows impressions of the ibug 2019 in Reichenbach in the Vogtland region near Leipzig.>> read more
Following months of preparation, numerous voluntary labour stints and a one-week creative phase, the time has finally come: during the next two weekends – from 23rd to 25th of August and from the 30th of August to 1st of September>> read more
Last Sunday evening the first weekend of the ibug´s 13th edition came to an end. Within 3 days about 8500 people visited the festival for urban art in Chemnitz and explored>> read more
Since last weekend more than 120 street-artists from 17 nations started to arrive at this years „ibug“ in the city of Limbach-Oberfrohna, Germany.>> read more
On the 30th of August IBUg´s 10th edition came to an end. Until the evening more than 6000 people visited the festival for urban art and culture in Plauen, Germany. About 60 artists from 11 countries, including creative folks from Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy, Spain, Belarus, Ukraine, Mexico>> read more
This year Ibug celebrates its 10th edition! What started as a small, unofficial graffiti-meeting in 2006 has meanwhile become an internationally known urban-art-festival. Now, after months of planning, time and place for the jubilee edition stand firm. In 2015, Ibug goes to Plauen, the city of the lace!>> read more
At the end of August, the 9th edition of the “IBUg” urban art festival took place in Crimmitschau, Germany. Going down at two different places, the area around Schützenplatz and the former Brothers Pfau clothmill, the unique festival had a lot to offer: Around 100 Artists from 10 different countries such as Germany, France, Greece, Poland, Brazil, […]>> read more