Established in 2017, Nuart Aberdeen is an international public art festival created to present the most interesting and relevant Street Art of its time. It intends to activate, inspire and collaborate with an emergent local scene as well as encourage creative links and exchanges between local businesses, arts organizations, property owners, community centers, education institutions and members of the public across all ages and backgrounds.
With three weeks to go until Nuart Aberdeen gets underway, the wide-ranging programme for the award-winning street art festival has been revealed.
The festival’s public opening will be held at The Green at 1pm on Saturday, April 20, and for the first time, will include the popular Inspired Nights on the Green. Featuring music, street food, licensed bars, art stalls and kids workshops over the Easter weekend, it will be the place to be to sample a range of treats and activities.
The ever-popular free walking tours will begin at the launch event on Saturday, held at 1.30pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm. They will continue on Sunday, April 21, with tours at 2pm and 3pm.
Youngsters will also be invited to create an imaginary rooftop city during the Chalk Don’t Chalk LEGO workshop, as they are invited to join artists and hosts in a brick build on Sunday, April 21, at the Rooftop Garden, St Nicholas.
Full details of the programme can be found at https://nuartaberdeen.co.uk/