Architecture & Design Film Festival 2016
The 2016 Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF), the nation's largest film festival devoted to the subject, will be held from September 28 to October 2, 2016 at the Cinépolis Chelsea. Through a curated selection of films, director Q&As and panel discussions, ADFF creates an opportunity to educate, entertain and engage all types of people who are excited about architecture and design.
United States Mint 2018 Breast Cancer Awareness Commemorative Coins Design Competition
The United States Mint has announced a public competition to design the 2018 Breast Cancer Awareness Commemorative Coins. The competition offers an exciting opportunity for American artists to design a coin in recognition of the fight against breast cancer.
Source by Jaume Plensa
For the 375th anniversary of the City of Montréal, Jaume Plensa will create Source, a work of public art that will be installed at the future Bonaventure gateway to Montréal. The sculpture will be about 10 metres in height and will face the city.
2nd Annual I Look Up Film Challenge
The 2nd annual I Look Up Film Challenge, organized in partnership with the AIA, is a documentary film competition. The contest aims to unite filmmakers and architects to shine a light on the unique and important contributions of architects around the country.
6th International Marianne Brandt Contest
Kunstverein Villa Arte is hosting the 6th International Marianne Brandt Contest, inviting young designers and photographers to participate with works based on the theme of "Material Effects."
BLOOOM Award by WARSTEINER 2016
The 2016 BLOOOM Award by WARSTEINER is now open for submissions. The awards program seeks outstanding creatives whose works blur the lines between arts, design, fashion, urban art, advertising, video and architecture.
22nd Annual Palm Springs International ShortFest & Film Market
The 22nd ShortFest (Palm Springs International Short Film Festival & Film Market), one of the most acclaimed short film showcases in the world, will take place in Palm Springs on June 21-27, 2016.
50 Manga Chairs
Manga is a means of expression with a high degree of flatness and abstraction, and which is composed of a series of lines.
WWI Centennial 2018 Commemorative Coin Design Competition
The United States Mint has announced the World War I Centennial 2018 Commemorative Coin Design Competition. The competition offers an exciting opportunity for American artists to design a coin that will preserve an important time in American history and convey a sense of pride.
2016 City of Dreams Pavilion Competition Winner Announced
Hanger Barn by Folio has been announced as the winner of the sixth annual City of Dreams Pavilion Competition.
The Optic Cloak: A New Commission for the Greenwich Peninsula by Conrad Shawcross
The renowned British artist Conrad Shawcross has been commissioned by Knight Dragon to create a major new architectural intervention for the Greenwich Peninsula.
Open Score: Art and Technology 2016
Open Score, an annual art and technology conference copresented by the New Museum and Rhizome, will be held on January 30 at the New Museum. Exploring the state of art and technology today, the conference will convene luminary artists, curators, researchers, and writers to discuss how technology is transforming culture.
Impulse: Luminothérapie in the Quartier Des Spectacles
Impulse is a winter installation comprising 30 giant seesaws that transformed the Place des Festivals into a vast illuminated playground.
P-Cube Temporary Pavilion in Moscow
P-Cube is a temporary pavilion consisting of a 9 meters high, 9 meters wide cubic scaffolding structure designed by UNSTABLE.
Art Paris Art Fair 2016
Held at the Grand Palais from March 31 to April 3, 2016, Art Paris Art Fair is the springtime Paris event for modern and contemporary art that brings together 143 galleries from 20 countries which includes for the first time Azerbaijan, Colombia and Iran.
Luminaries at Brookfield Place
New York City has a spectacular new holiday light display: 650 lanterns that glow with ever-changing colors and form a massive canopy under the 10-story, glass-enclosed Winter Garden at Brookfield Place.
10th Arte Laguna Prize
The 10th Arte Laguna Prize is now open for applications. The contest offers artists the opportunity to stand out and to be noticed by the public and to be evaluated by a jury composed of contemporary art world professionals.
Godfather of Pop Art Sir Peter Blake, best known for designing the Beatles' Sgt Pepper's album cover, launched a new app that allows users to remix his work.
Zotem: Swarovski Announces V&A Collaboration with Kim Thomé for LDF 2015
Swarovski has collaborated with emerging talent and RCA graduate, Kim Thomé on the landmark project - Zotem at the V&A as part of the London Design Festival 2015.
Guggenheim Museum Releases New Free App for iPad
The Guggenheim Museum has released an iPad app that offers a unique exploratory experience from anywhere in the world.
How Creativity Works in the Brain
National Endowment for the Arts has released a new report, "How Creativity Works in the Brain," that examines links between arts, learning and neuroscience.
Making It: Sculpture in Britain 1977-1986
The late 1970s and 1980s witnessed the emergence of a talented generation of UK-based artists, since acclaimed for producing diverse bodies of work that share a revived interest in sculpture as a material object and ideas around making.
BLOOOM Award by WARSTEINER 2015
The BLOOOM Award by WARSTEINER is a stepping-stone for emerging artists. Sponsored by the family-owned brewery Warsteiner, the competition was created to offer young creatives a chance to get their start in the international art market.
Postdigital Artisans: Craftmanship with a New Aesthetic in Fashion, Art, Design and Architecture
Frame has just released a book about a return to craft and tactility in the digital age, and how people are looking for more than touch screens in order to be touched.
Lines, Grid & Blocks by Scholten & Baijings
Lines, Grid & Blocks - an environmental installation by Dutch design duo Scholten & Baijings - will be on display at Herman Miller's National Design Center at Corso Garibaldi 70 in Milan from 14-19 April.
Dusty Film & Animation Festival 2015
The 26th Dusty Film & Animation Festival will be held in New York City, Saturday, May 9 through Tuesday, May 12, 2015. The four-day event will showcase more than 100 films and animations from students graduating this spring.
Housewarming by Airbnb and Fabrica
Airbnb partnered with Fabrica to create Housewarming, an experiential installation for the 2015 Salone del Mobile.
RSA Student Design Awards 2015
The RSA Student Design Awards challenges emerging designers to tackle pressing social, environmental and economic issues through design thinking.
Airbnb Unveils Pineapple Magazine
Airbnb has released Pineapple, a new inspirational magazine that will offer a distinct point-of-view that goes beyond today's traditional travel magazines.
Los Angeles Philharmonic's New Live Site-Specific Video Collaboration
The LA Phil will be debuting a new audio/visual collaboration with emerging video artist Refik Anadol on November 6.
Study of Pose: 1000 Poses by Coco Rocha
The Study Of Pose is an ambitious collaboration between Coco Rocha and Steven Sebring.
2014 Original iPhone Film Festival: Call for Entries
The 2014 Original iPhone Film Festival is now open for entries.
CITIx60 City Guides: 60 Local Creatives Bring You the Best of the City
CITIx60 is a new pocket-sized collection from viction:ary, featuring an artistic edge with a handpicked list of hotspots loved by 60 stars of the cities' creative scene, wrapped in a city map drawn by talented artists.
Foscarini and Jaguar at Clerkenwell Design Week
Foscarini and Jaguar joined forces to create a large installation in the atrium of the Farmiloe Building, around the new F-TYPE Coupé.
Microsoft Infinity Room by Universal Everything
Universal Everything, in collaboration with data journalist Simon Rogers, created an immersive data narrative experience for Microsoft that explores the power of big data.
Creative Mischief 2014
The National Academy Museum's historic Fifth Avenue mansion will be transformed by the artists who study at the National Academy School during Creative Mischief, the school's annual open house and pop-up exhibition.
Wheat is Wheat is Wheat: Peddy Mergui
Wheat is Wheat is Wheat, on view at Museum of Craft and Design through June 15, explores the interstice of design and ethics, and examines the designer's role in a field designated to give shape to an idea, while recruited to effectively serve economic interests.
Lifeloggers: Chronicling the Everyday
Counting steps, tracking calories and checking in - new technology allows us to be our own favorite research project.
Innovative People = Innovative Cities
Organized by beam, Innovative People <=> Innovative Cities is a day-long creative and practical conversation exploring recent/current trends in the UK and internationally about how towns and cities are using the arts and creative businesses to develop, and how artists and creatives are responding to the opportunities.
In Glorious Colour Showdown
In Glorious Colour Showdown competition is now open for submissions, in any medium and in any style which demonstrate color as a major influence.
Quixotic Divinity: Laser-Sintered Wearable Art Debuts at 3D Printshow
Chicago-based artist and longtime proponent of 3D-printed art and sculpture Joshua Harker made his runway debut at this year's 3D Printshow in London and Paris.
Delve Networking Event: Fabric(ation) + Art
Kind Aesthetic is inviting all artists, creatives, arts professionals and art appreciators to join for a lively Delve Networking event.
The Cloud of Sustainability: The Never-ending Water Cycle
CuldeSac has created a spectacular installation inspired by the responsible management of one of the most valuable natural resources around.
Winner of 2014 Times Square Valentine Heart Design
Young Projects, a multidisciplinary design firm based in Brooklyn, is the winner of this year's annual Times Square Valentine Heart Design.
Governor's Cup Wins Figment City of Dreams Pavilion Design Competition 2014
Figment announced the winner of its fourth annual City of Dreams Pavilion Design Competition.
Unlock Art: The World Goes Pop
Unlock Art: The World Goes Pop, a new Tate online film, examines the genesis and nature of Pop Art and its key players including Andy Warhol, Peter Blake and Roy Lichtenstein.
The Heart of Freedom: A Glimpse on Art by Thierry Noir and Porsche Design
Porsche Design, in collaboration with Berlin based pop artist Thierry Noir, has unveiled The Heart of Freedom, a unique installation created by using Noir's 200 hand painted Porsche Design TwinBags.
V&A's 2013 Christmas Tree: Red Velvet Tree of Love
The V&A has commissioned artists Helen and Colin David to create a Christmas Tree for the Grand Entrance of the Museum.
Coriolis: 3D-Printed Art Exhibition at the Autodesk Gallery
Coriolis is the new solo exhibition of renowned sculptor Bruce Beasley, featuring 3D printed, software-enabled sculptures that are expected to revolutionize the way in which digital technology interacts with aesthetics.
Index: Harvard Art Museums Launches Digital Magazine
The Harvard Art Museums has launched a digital edition of its Index magazine.
Mike Kelley at MoMA PS1
From October 13 through February 02, 2014, the MoMA PS1 will present a comprehensive survey of the work of Mike Kelley - one of the most influential artists of our time.
HiBROW: The Arts Online
HiBROW is a new revolutionary platform for the arts that provides free access to original videos and a chance to immerse yourself in the length and breadth of the arts.
Bombay Sapphire Imagination Series: Call for Submissions
Bombay Sapphire has launched a competition, giving everyone the chance of having their imagination turned into a short film and premiered on the big screen.
V&A Launches Free Podcast Series
The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) has started a new podcast series that showcases the work that goes on behind the scenes of the world's leading art and design museum.
abc Art Berlin Contemporary 2013
abc art berlin contemporary is set to take place September 19-22, 2013. Around 130 emerging and established galleries from all over the world will exhibit individual presentations of contemporary art at the four-day show.
Creative Time Summit 2013: Art, Place, and Dislocation in the 21st Century City
The 2013 Creative Time Summit will be held October 25 & 26 at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.
Quatrieme Issue of Vintage Magazine
The Quatrieme issue of the award-winning Vintage Magazine will hit newsstands on July 18.
Artist Opportunity: Public Art Commission
Beam, an arts, architecture and learning organization dedicated to the imaginative understanding and improvement of the public realm, is currently seeking applications from artists for a public art commission in Chesterfield within a retail development.
The 3-Bee Printing Project
To celebrate the debut of Dewar's Highlander Honey, the whiskey producer is showcasing the craft of one of its most important partners in making the new infused blend, the Highlander honey bees, with the 3-B Printing Project.
The Sound of London: London's Skyline Re-created in Soundwaves
Perfect Fools has re-imagined the skyline London as soundwaves for Soundcloud without Borders campaign, designed to promote Fogg.
SFMOMA Publishes Unparalleled Digital Catalogue on Collection of Works by Robert Rauschenberg
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) has published its first online collection catalogue, the Rauschenberg Research Project, which features nearly 90 works by artist Robert Rauschenberg that are part of the museum's permanent collection.
Guggenheim Launches New Multimedia Mobile App
In conjunction with the exhibition James Turrell, the Guggenheim Museum launched a new free mobile app.
Make Room: Modern Design Meets Craft
Organized by the American Craft Council, Make Room: Modern Design Meets Craft will celebrate the symbiotic relationship between craft and design.
Equal Opportunity Data Mining: National Statistics About Working Artists
Equal Opportunity Data Mining: National Statistics about Working Artists, a new online research tool released by the National Endowment for the Arts, offers 70 searchable tables with figures on working artists by state and metropolitan area, by demographic information, and by residence and workplace.
MoMA Establishes the Department of Prints and Drawings
The Museum of Modern Art will combine its Department of Prints and Illustrated Books with the Department of Drawings, effective July 1.
Reconstruction 3.0: Life is a Journey
Reconstruction 3.0: Life is a Journey is an invitation-only evening of live performances featuring original music, dance and fashion inspired by Louis Vuitton and its heritage of travel.
ADC Festival of Art and Craft in Advertising and Design
The Art Directors Club (ADC) has unveiled the program for the its 92nd Annual Awards + Festival of Art and Craft in Advertising and Design.
Conversations at the Edge: Spring 2013
Conversations at the Edge, the screening and visiting artist series organized by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Department of Film, Video, New Media, and Animation (FVNMA), returns to the big screen on February 14, with Chicago-based filmmaker Fern Silva.
Iceberg in Montreal by Atomic3
Iceberg, created by ATOMIC3, is an interactive, architectural, light and sound installation that brings winter right into the heart of the city.
No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia
No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia, on view at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York from February 22 through May 22, 2013, will feature work by 22 artists and collectives representing some of the most compelling and innovative voices in South and Southeast Asia today.
After the Museum: The Home Front 2013
Returning for its third season, Museum of Arts and Design's annual design program The Home Front: American Design Now expands, for the very first time into a physical exhibition, After the Museum.
The Art of Scent 1889-2012
The Art of Scent 1889-2012, on view at the Museum of Arts and Design through February 24, 2013, is the first museum exhibition to examine perfume as an art form in its own right.
The Space: On-Demand Digital Arts Service
The Space is a new freely available digital arts service developed in partnership between the Arts Council England and the BBC.
Wallpaper* November '12 Issue: Reigning in Russia
For Reigning in Russia, the final Wallpaper* issue covering the four BRIC nations, the magazine has commissioned a limited-edition cover artwork by Moscow-based artist collective AES+F.
Third Man Begins Digging Through Her Pockets
Katharina Grosse has created a large-scale artwork for the Donna and Stewart Kohl-Atrium of the MOCA Cleveland's new building.
The New Kunsthaus: Great Art and Architecture
The New Kunsthaus: Great Art and Architecture is a new exhibition revealing what will be on offer to museum's visitors from 2017 in the new extension designed by David Chipperfield Architects.
Arik Levy: Experimental Growth
The Bisazza Foundation will host "Experimental Growth," an exhibition by Israeli designer Arik Levy, from November 8 through December 21, 2012.
The Crayolascope: An Analog Depth Display
Fake Love's Blair Neal crafted a childhood-inspired interactive experience with children's Crayola Glow Books in his latest project, "Crayolascope," an independently crafted analog depth display.
OS Pixadores: Ben Newman Directs Short for ASOS Black X Puma
Pulse Films Director Ben Newman shot a thought-provoking film campaign to support the launch of ASOS' latest Autumn/Winter 2012 collaboration with Puma, the ASOS Black X Puma shoe.
BE OPEN Sound Portal Lands in Trafalgar Square
The BE OPEN Sound Portal has arrived in London's Trafalgar Square. A mysterious, black, rubberised cube, it hosts five soundscapes so that the public can 'switch on their hearing' to appreciate the most advanced audio technology in the world.
Art, Environment, Action!
Art, Environment, Action! is a creative laboratory that will bring together a diverse cross-section of artists, designers, architects, dancers, chefs, and scientists, working at the intersections of art, pedagogy, and ecology.
MoMA Releases Its First Enhanced Digital Books for iBookstore
The Museum of Modern Art has released its first enhanced digital books for Apple's iBookstore. Century of the Child: Growing by Design, 1900-2000 and MoMA Collection Highlights: 350 Works from The Museum of Modern Art, made with iBooks Author, are available today from the iBookstore on iPad.
720 Degrees: Monumental Installation by Ron Arad in Israel Museum's Art Garden
Ron Arad's monumental installation 720 degrees, an immersive experience that presents 360-degree screenings of films and video art, will be in the heart of the Israel Museum's Isamu Noguchi-designed Billy Rose Art Garden.
100 Curators 100 Days: Saatchi Online Launches Global Art Exhibit
100 Curators 100 Days, launched today by Saatchi Online, is a major initiative that recognizes 1,000 artists for their outstanding work.
Maria Blaisse: Moving Meshes
Moving Meshes, an exhibition of the work of the Dutch designer Maria Blaisse, will be on view at Domaine de Boisbuchet through September 22, 2012.
Vivienne Westwood: This is Britain
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood appears in a brand new film to talk about two paintings which capture her vision of London. The film is part of the This is Britain campaign promoting the free collections displays at Tate Britain.
Organized by Arts Centre Melbourne, Audio Architecture is a series of lively conversations and performance-exchanges on the theme of cities and sound.
SCI-Arc Receives Coveted Placemaking Grant From Artplace
Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) has been awarded a $400,000 grant from ArtPlace that will go toward the planning, design and construction of two arts venues on its campus in downtown Los Angeles, and planning with the community for a third venue in the community across from campus.
MoMA Art Lab App for iPad
The MoMA Art Lab for iPad is the Museum's first art-making app. Inspired by MoMA Art Labs, a series of interactive spaces at the Museum where kids and adults can engage with art through hands-on activities, the app offers an open-ended exploration of the various ways in which simple shapes and lines can be transformed into art.
Yayoi Kusama Designs Limited Edition June 2012 Wallpaper* Cover
For the limited-edition cover of Wallpaper's June issue, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has drawn a 'message of love' on a photograph of herself.
Colour One for MINI by Scholten & Baijings
On the occasion of the Salone del Mobile 2012, MINI presents the installation Colour One for MINI by Scholten & Baijings.
Celebrating the Pencil: The Blackwing Experience at ADC Gallery
In the hands of giants such as famed composer Stephen Sondheim, legendary writer John Steinbeck, jazz great Duke Ellington, Oscar-winning animation director Chuck Jones and others, Blackwing pencils helped create many timeless works of art.
Art Breaks: MTV to Debut Video Art from Ten Emerging Artists Throughout 2012
Art Breaks is a new series of ten original video art pieces by some of the most exciting emerging artists working around the world today.
Foam Magazine Issue 30: Micro
The 30th issue of Foam Magazine presents eight distinctive portfolios, each of them shedding light on the chosen theme: Micro.
BauhausGuide: The App for the Bauhaus
BauhausGuide, a new app that offers a virtual tour of Bauhaus sights in Germany and around the world, is now available free in the App Store.
Show RCA 2012
This year, the Royal College of Art's annual summer show will include work by the greatest number of graduating students in the College's 175 year history.
Virtual Broad Art Museum
In anticipation of its fall 2012 opening, the Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University has launched the Virtual Broad Art Museum, a multi-user online environment that provides an innovative and globally accessible venue for the presentation of interactive digital artworks.
MOCA TV: The Museum of Contemporary Art to Launch Global Contemporary Art Channel
MOCA TV is a new global video channel for original contemporary art and culture programming, to be launched in July 2012.
SVA MFA Design Criticism Lecture Series: Spring 2012
SVA MFA Design Criticism Lecture Series, held on Tuesday evenings at D-Crit, presents the most interesting and provocative writers, editors, designers, thinkers, and curators practicing today.
Royal College of Art Celebrates Its 175th Anniversary
In 2012 the Royal College of Art will be celebrating its dodransbicentennial - 175 years since it was founded in 1837.