As part of our commitment to supporting artists, we're excited to announce a collaboration with QUEERCIRCLE, an LGBTQ+ charity working at the intersection of arts, culture and social action. Their mission is to provide a holistic environment which celebrates queer identity and champions arts and culture.
In celebration of International Colour Day, World Poetry Day and World Pigment Day, we're delighted to introduce Colour & Poetry: A Symposium IV. This cross- and inter-disciplinary three-day virtual event will be held by the Slade School of Fine Art and supported by Winsor & Newton.
Since 1832 Winsor & Newton has been providing the highest quality colours to the world’s finest artists. Our commitment to quality and innovation is just one part of our heritage. We are also dedicated to supporting art education and the preservation of fine art. As part of this commitment, Winsor & Newton is very proud to support painting conversation at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
What happens when over 30 artists are asked to unleash their creativity in a former hotel in Paris? Watch our video and discover more to find out.
This once-in-a-lifetime artist residency took place at The Drawing Factory in Paris’ vibrant 17th arrondissement, a largely residential area north of the Arc de Triomphe. Artists were invited to occupy five floors of rooms that were repurposed into art studios for six months.
We’re proud to partner with like-minded organisations, initiatives, and brands to provide opportunities for our community of artists. View our recent collaborations with The Drawing Factory and The Metropolitan Museum of Art and more below.
Meet creatives in Our Featured Artist interview series. We discover the inspiration behind the work of fine artists, illustrators, mural painters and graphic designers as well as the materials and techniques they use and the tips they have for artists starting out.
Every artist’s journey with watercolours is made up of challenging moments, inspiring moments, and breakthrough moments. Through a series of intimate films, we connected with watercolour artists to hear how different moments influence and impact their unique journeys.