Nuart Aberdeen 2018 has just finished and this is the second part in our recap of an increasingly popular and successful event in the Granite city. The weather was definitely a big help in attracting the crowds to the opening event on Saturday with spring in full bloom with city bathed in sunshine.
The second edition of Nuart Aberdeen has just wrapped for another year. The event which ran from the 12-14th April saw 12 internationally renowned artists head to the granite city and bring colour to the city in the form of large scale murals all whilst enjoying the uncharacteristically beautiful spring weather.
Argentinian artist Hyuro is in Aberdeen, Scotland for this weeks Nuart event and she has started work on her latest wall.
Nuart Aberdeen 2018 is well underway with Phlegm, Milu Correch, Hyuro and Snik already hard at work on their latest mural projects. The Festival which runs between 12th-15th April has a plethora of events going on with an extensive talks program, film screenings, workshops, guided tours and a temporary exhibition taking place throughout the duration of the festival.