CHRISTCHURCH Search Results: “murals”
BY WONGI ARTIST
@ VOL 26
ON MAR 02, 2016
Prolific professional grafitti artist Wongi remembers the walls that were. Large scale murals that once were sprawled on walls across Chrstchurch, now covered up by either paint, new buildings, or often demolished since the earthquakes. Wongi immortilises them through his documentation, and shares a few anecdotes about how they came to be..
Watch this Space: Christchurch Street Art
BY LINDSAY CHAN
@ VOL 29
ON OCT 24, 2016
"The city landscape is constantly changing... it's impossible for one person to do it alone."
In Watch this Space: Christchurch Street Art at PechaKucha Night Vol. 29, Lindsay Chan shares her discovery of numerous murals popping up around the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. In response to the recent natural disaster, many local artists have taken to the streets to create a lively atmosphere through adversity and art. Lindsay hopes that the creation of an app will bring her community together one mural at a time.
For more details, visit: http://christchurchstreetart.co.nz/
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, February 7th, 2017.
SITEWIDE Search Results: “murals”
3401 WATER STREET - GEORGETOWN
Apr 19, 2012
Royal Theaters Heerlen
Feb 20, 2013
New Parkway Theatre
Oct 10, 2013
Honolulu Museum of Art School
Aug 14, 2015
Fair Trade Décor
Oct 10, 2015
Grand Stafford Theater
Jun 07, 2016
Christchurch Civic Offices
Oct 24, 2016
Museum of Northern California Art
Sep 01, 2017
Painting Young Minds
BY KENSUKE MIYAZAKI
@ VOL 111
ON FEB 20, 2014
Painter Kensuke Miyazaki has been creating "peaceful, colorful" large and small scale work for nearly a decade now. He speaks of his live-painting, installations, and exhibits in Singapore and London, but focuses on his most recent travels to Kenya. Hear how he is working to inspire the youth of Nairobi through the power of art and imagination.
BY ESTRIA MIYASHIRO
@ VOL 24
ON AUG 14, 2015
Estria Miyashiro is an internationally recognized muralist and the co-founder and Creative Director of The Estria Foundation (TEF), a nonprofit organization using art in public to transform communities and bring attention to important local issues. TEF creates innovative public art projects and education programs using art in public as a catalyst for community engagement.
Murals with POW! Murals that WOW!
BY KAMEA HADAR
@ VOL 129
ON OCT 28, 2015
For a muralist, a great white wall is but an opportunity, and this is no different for designer/artistic director Kamea Hadar. Get psyched to hear Kamea Hadar who came to PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 129, all in all the way from Hawaii to speak on his role as co-lead director of Pow! Wow! — a global artists gathering set in cities all over the world.
壁画家にとって真っ白な大きな壁は、創作意欲をかきたてられる絶好のキャンバスです。デザイナーで美術監督のKamea Hadarさんにとってももちろん同じ。壁を前にすると、体が勝手に動いて描き切ってしまいます。ハワイを拠点に行われているコンテンポラリーアートのソーシャルイベント・Pow! Wow!の創立者のひとりであるKamea Hadarさんが、 Pow! Wow!でのご自身の活動や役割について披露されています。グローバルなアーティストがこぞって参加するPow! Wow!は世界各地で勢力的に展開中で、日本でも開催されました。
Experiment, Share, Create
BY DAPHNE SIAW
@ VOL 2
ON APR 01, 2016
Daphne Siaw enjoys experimenting with different tools to create different styled art pieces. Through the simple joy of creating and trying new media, she was able to create more refined and larger-scaled pieces, turning a childhood hobby into an unexpected career.
Just Keep Painting
BY LEONARD SIAW
Leonard Siaw shares his personal story on his growth as an artist despite the ridicule of people around him on his childhood ambition. With pure love for the arts, he continues to develop his skills in portrait drawings and painting and shows some of his notable 3D artworks in the city.
Taking Art to the Street
BY ARTIST DAAS
@ VOL 28
ON APR 15, 2016
"Street art doesn't have to be graffiti and vandalism."
In "Taking Art to the Street" from PechaKucha Nishinomiya Vol. 28, International Artist Daas shares the creative mojo that he pours into his vibrant and iconic works. Pulling inspiration from origami, his unique style takes on fresh, fun, and bold illustrative works, from powerful animals to people portraits, from street art murals to collaborative works with children and the public at large.
The Giant Metal Baby
BY EMILY HERR
@ VOL 15
ON AUG 20, 2016
Emily Herr has been painting murals for several years now, but has a problem. When your canvas is in a different location than your studio with all your supplies you spend more between the two than making art. Enter the Giant Metal Baby, a delivery truck that Emily is converting to her mobile studio with the usual trial and error of any first-time project.
Back to the Drawing Board
BY CATHIE BLECK
@ VOL 28
ON JUN 24, 2016
Artist Cathie Bleck talks over her work about how experiences and context shape one's world view. In her short six minutes on the stage she talks about how war, poverty, life, beauty, ancient ways and the condition of being an artist influences your work if you let it.
Art with a Sense of Peace
BY YOSHINORI SAKAMAKI A.K.A. SENSE
@ VOL 149
ON JUL 26, 2017
Artist Yoshinori Sakamaki a.k.a. sense focuses his artistic expression on conveying peace and calmness where it's most necessary. During his 15 years of professional experience, he dabbled in many medians of artwork with collaborators with the goal to create a more beautiful and fun world.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
As a follow-up to our previous post on Budapest's recent and upcoming PKNs, organizer Attila Bujdoso sends us the following on one of the stand-out presentations from that city's Vol. 16. It featured Eszter Pasztor talking about her "Bodvalenke - Fresco Village" project. This very special project focuses on one of Hungary's most deprived ghetto villages. Bódvalenke is a remote, small village in North-Eastern Hungary. The village -- which has high unemployment rate and is harmed by social segregation -- is inhabited by many gypsies. Led by a Miskolc painter, János Horváth, gypsy painters will decorate the walls of the houses of the village with murals. The murals will present the life, legends, dreams, sorrows and desires of the Gypsy. In the first phase they have already painted the walls of some 15-17 houses. Thus they create a communal art work and wish to open up this tiny remote village for tourists. Tourism and attention would hopefully help turn this village and could bring work opportunities and a better life circumstances to the villagers. You can see a few photos of Pasztor presenting here, and also learn more at this website for the project in question.
Projecting Illuminated Art
It looks as though the Blade Runner methods of projection have come early. In today's Presentation of the Day, "Projecting Illuminated Art" from PKN Blue Mountains Vol. 2, Cindi Drennan shows off some of her stunning work utilizing projection mapping technology to transform theaters, galleries, and even iconic buildings into giant, moving murals. She also goes into depth on the community of artists and businesses that she's worked to build over the course of her career.
Mata is Meta-Data: Mapping the Anthropolithic Age
"Its an ancient god, being awakened, being uploaded, being digitized...along with all the other worldly mythologies." In Mata is Meta-Data: Mapping the Anthropolithic Age from Honolulu Vol. 23 artist Solomon Enos, known for his "Epic Tales of Hi`iakaikapoliopele" interpreted as large scale murals and installations, passionately shares his most recent project, “Polyfantastica”, where evil corporations are personified as grotesque monsters in tales of battles of good over evil. The work is a continuation of his life-long project called “Mata” in which he hopes may unify all the global mythologies and theologies into the final human narrative, hosted as an international public game for children. This is some next level imagination!
"One of the great things about murals is they fill your whole field of vision." In Mural Mania from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 129, Art writer Nick West takes us on a tour of large-scale public artworks around Tokyo - from a gigantic painting by Okamoto Taro in Shiibuya station to shop shutter murals in Shimokitazawa and everything in between.
Taking Art to the Street
"Street art doesn't have to be graffiti and vandalism."In "Taking Art to the Street" from PechaKucha Nishinomiya Vol. 28, International Artist Daas shares the creative mojo that he pours into his vibrant and iconic works. Pulling inspiration from origami, his unique style takes on fresh, fun, and bold illustrative works, from powerful animals to people portraits, from street art murals to collaborative works with children and the public at large.
10 Years Drawing
“I play a lot with different murals and different perspectives...everything is done with markers.” In 10 Years Drawing from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 138, Przemek Sobocki shares some of the amazing work that he's done with a marker. 10 years ago, Sobocki arrived to Tokyo as an Illustrator at the beginning of his career. And during this past decade he has grown up a little bit, his work has evolved becoming more complex yet more plain, sometimes more colourful, sometimes more sharp and graphical, elegant yet still with a pinch of mystery.
Watch this space: christchurch street art
"The city landscape is constantly changing... it's impossible for one person to do it alone." In Watch this Space: Christchurch Street Art at PechaKucha Night Vol. 29, Lindsay Chan shares her discovery of numerous murals popping up around the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. In response to the recent natural disaster, many local artists have taken to the streets to create a lively atmosphere through adversity and art. Lindsay hopes that the creation of an app will bring her community together one mural at a time. For more details, visit: http://christchurchstreetart.co.nz/