Wallspot has sprung up from the need for a single, unified way to integrate and bring together all those engaged in urban art: artists, photographers, arts managers and promoters, the general public and the local government. Committed to becoming an international platform aimed at creators and lovers of urban art, Wallspot’s goal is to bring together all types of professionals engaged in this art form, creating a global urban art community.
We take the public space to be a place for people to gather, to build collectively and for social transformation. We’d like to foster a social dynamic that brings new cultural values to the city, bridging the gap between the artistic community and society. Our goal is to support quality artistic creations, open to all types of discipli-nes, under one social philosophy that calls for the active participation of all sectors of society.
We are a multidisciplinary team of pro-grammers, designers, creatives, sociologists, arts managers and curators. This broad professional reach means we can understand and approach projects from different points, providing for an all-round vision. We work with pioneering innovation that unites technology and urban art so that it can gain more momentum and recognition worldwide, creating new channels for public participation. Our goal: transform how we value public spaces from and for society through urban art.
Somos una plataforma de arte urbano, que creemos en el arte como herramienta de dinamización social y cultural del espacio público.
Incentivamos la participación ciudadana a través del arte en la calle como herramienta para favorecer la cohesión social. El arte se convierte así en una herramienta de mediación comunitaria, consiguiendo una ciudadanía más implicada, poniendo en contacto a grupos sociales diversos, trabajando para afrontar los conflictos vecinales de forma positiva. Apoyamos a los artistas locales, ofreciendo la oportunidad de trabajar de forma profesional y de promocionar sus carreras.
Realizamos proyectos y programas de intervención social a través de la creación artística. Algunos de los proyectos más destacados son Wallspot, una plataforma digital que gestiona espacios legales destinados a intervenciones artísticas, y Ús Barcelona, un festival de arte urbano y espacio público que tiene como objetivo dar nuevas funciones a espacios de la ciudad que están en desuso.
Chiang Mai, Thailandia
The Faculty of Arts and Architecture is one of four faculties that make up the Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna (RMUTL), an educational institution created for Northern Thailand that aims to produce active graduates who are experts in their vocation by integrating learning and teaching with real work experience.
The Faculty of Arts and Architecture offers eignt different undergraduate courses, with majors in Architectire, Interior Architectire, Textiles and Jewelry, Communication Design, Industrial Design, Visual Art, Ceramics, and Printing and Packaging Technology.
As part of the Printing and Packaging Technology program, studentsn are able to develop a full and comprehensive understanding of the processes of packaging design on packaging. The program also encourages students to develop the necessary skills needed to produce original packaging. In 2014, RMUTL's packaging design students participated in the regional and international pakaging design competition 'AsiaStar Packaging Award' in the Philippines and won nine separate awards under the category of 'Student Packages'.
Johannesburg, South Africa
The creation of Not Another Art Hub was to cultivate a market for the urban art culture. To open doors for urban artists to be able to partake in and be a part of art festivals and residencies, even creating our very own. Building a network of artists and connecting them to the transforming of public art in Johannesburg and South Africa. Our main focuses include producing urban art events, exhibitions, festivals and artist exchange residencies, we also aim to grow further into consulting and marketing for urban art and the artists themselves.
We love the idea of having the opportunity as a creative house to interact with other artists, ideas and cultures from around the world.
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Rewriters is committed to fight for the comeback of street art (graffiti & street art) in Rotterdam. We provide the street artists of Rotterdam with a platform within their own city where they can display their own work outdoors. Some of the artists already gained popularity in several countries and have been asked to create wall paintings and exhibitions throughout the world. Nevertheless these artists are restricted to extremely small areas in Rotterdam whereby their talent remains unknown in their own city. We are here to change this by the start of numerous projects where the local artists can get their recognition in the open air of Rotterdam.
A collective of artists striving for a better planet.
BLED'ART is a self-enterprise based between Douala and Nkongsamba, whose vocation is the promotion of urban art. Its founder Mbena Bekeck Emmmanuel Christos is always looking to work qualitatively and collectively.
Nthililo Studio Art Gallery and School
Blantyre City, Malaui
NSAGAS was established in 200 and the visual arts and craft programme started operating in 2011. We aim at working towards preserving culture, history and promoting traditionas. We achieve these aims by capacitating the youths in vusal arts and crafts skills such as:
Sculpture (glass, wood & stone)
Tie & die / batik making
The trainers engaged at free of charge, offering their time and energy on voluntary basis.
Municipality of Águeda
Municipality of Águeda
Located in the Center of Portugal, the municipality of Águeda is an inviting and diversified destination with about 47 thousand inhabitants.
During the month of July, the city becomes a unique cultural center due to the AgitÁgueda Art Festival organized by the City Council, which brings together in the same space several artists of different styles.
The image of the artistic installation of thousands of colorful rain hats that adorn and float on the streets of the city, along with the urban art script, bring visitors from all corners of the world to Águeda.
Dose Culture is the first recipient to be recognized by the Agglomeration of Longueuil Police Department for its engagement with the policy and development departments of the City of Longueuil and the constabulary service. This award was given to highlight Dose Culture's involvement in the society in its aim to recognize urban art and the work of its artists (August 2014).
Cheltenham Paint Festival
Cheltenham Paint Festival
Cheltenham Paint Festival is an urban art festival based in the beautiful Cotswolds. We hold a huge paint fesival in September with around 100 artits and a smaller Spring jam which is centred around the Honeybourne Line Tunnels which I run. The tunnels are four 100m walls, sheltered from rain, one of which is a free wall and one I run for the local council.
An inspiring parish with a curious soul and a population of 22,000. It’s right at the border of Tallinn, and it can be reached by bus or train. The parish starts at 8 km from the heart of Tallinn, and it stretches 50 km to west. Saue Parish is innovative rather than conservative, extraordinary rather than ordinary.
StreetArt360 is a Street Art and Graffiti magazine based in the UK. StreetArt360 is one of the most popular urban culture website worldwide
As a street artist I am currently focusing on animated street art which is viewable through smart phones. Also documenting and supporting the field in many other ways.
Institut for Urban Kunst
We paint and organize paint projects in Copenhagen, all over Denmark and the rest of the world.
Stradedarts organizes live events of Graffiti Writing and exhibitions of Post-Graffiti starting from the decennial experience from 1988 of the two milanese brothers, Alessandro and Marco KayOne Mantovani. The best known italian writers participate to collective events and personal live exhibitions. Stradedarts takes care of all the organizational aspects and involves the best international street-artists.
Baltimore, United States
Managed by Rosenfeld Org, Graffiti Warehouse is a one hundred year old warehouse full of graffiti and street art. Rosenfeld Org is a non-profit experimental community art organization dedicated to preserving both Graffiti Alley and Graffiti Warehouse and supporting street artists. Graffiti Alley is the only legal art space in Baltimore City where street artists can create their work freely without fear of prosecution. This innovative space helps keep young artists much safer and avoid confrontations with the law. Indirectly, Baltimore City saves money on graffiti cleaning which costs over $300,000 a year. Located next to Graffiti Alley, Graffiti Warehouse offers unique shooting space for photographers and videographers.
Wallin' is a Ghent NGO that was founded to create opportunities for both beginning and experienced grafifiti artists to show their work in a positive environment.
Through projects we show that it can be more than vandalism, and even art if done in the right context. Highlighting its potential ensures that future talent is not lost.
Street Art Levels
Street Levels Gallery is an international urban art gallery, the first place of its kind in Florence, born in 2016 from a melting-pot between artists and cultural producers. It aims at creating an articulated space that’s able to investigate and inform over the various levels of interaction happening between arts, the street, the communities and the exhibition spaces, as well as becoming a landmark for young and old creatives. Street Levels Gallery is not just an exhibition space: it interacts with the urban fabric in a constant, dynamical and reciprocal exchange between gallery and street.
Blind Walls Gallery
Blind Walls Gallery
Breda, The Netherlands
Blind Walls Gallery invites talented and acclaimed artists for murals that draw inspiration from the stories of Breda. The combination of street art and cultural heritage makes Blind Walls Gallery accessible to locals, tourists and street art lovers.