Nuart Aberdeen, the award-winning and internationally renowned street art festival, is to return to the walls of the Granite City from 8-11 June 2023.
The theme for this year’s festival is 'rewilding’ and will see 13 acclaimed artists visit Aberdeen to create new artwork in the city, ranging from large murals to smaller, more intricate installations. View 2023's artist line up here.
This year’s event will include several large-scale pieces, building on much loved pieces like Slim Safont’s mural ‘The Punishment’, which can be seen at Union Plaza. The striking piece was awarded fourth place in the “Best Of 2022” awards created by Street Art Cities.
Since the first Nuart festival in Aberdeen in 2017, it has attracted tens of thousands of visitors and locals, boosting the local economy as well as providing a lasting legacy alongside new and inspiring pieces of art throughout the city centre. View all the current Nuart pieces on the digital map here.
Widely regarded as the best street art festival of its kind in the world, Nuart Aberdeen is a not-for-profit event supported by partners Aberdeen Inspired and Aberdeen City Council and delivered by Reed Projects.
Create your own Nuart Aberdeen walking map here to explore the current murals in Aberdeen at your leisure.
Visit Nuart Aberdeen’s social media pages for all the latest information and news on the artists and their work:
Click here to download the Nuart Aberdeen Map (2017-2022)
Click here to download your own copy of the map, to take on your tour or self guide yourself around the city.2022-Nuart-Aberdeen-Map.pdf