Weblogs are listed by the topic of the site. Do not submit or list sites here which have a topic focus or niche. Look for the most suitable category existing in Dmoz before you submit a weblog here. This category is for weblogs about the arts in general. There should not be a focus on any one kind or style of art. Or, weblogs which discuss several kinds of medium/ art for which a category does not already exist in the directory. Any blog with a focus on any one kind of art should NOT be submitted here.
Multilingual, multicultural online journal of arts and ideas.
Blog about contemporary art, music, and video based out of Los Angeles, CA.
Tennessee art professor Brandon Buckner creates posts that are of interest to artists. Video of art house movies, nostalgic cartoons, and artists at work are frequent subjects.
A weblog on inspiring visuals and individuals (street art, graffiti, photography, electro music and film). Based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
A weblog investigating the creative process with a focus on contemporary art, architecture, and film. Established 2001 by artist and writer, Greg Allen.
A plugged-in cultural concierge who will tell you about books, music and movies.
Indie music, film, illustration, and photography.
Selected oddities from the mind of Suzanne Kaufman.
Thomas Claburn's log of writing, MP3s, and films.
A showcase of great design, architecture and art.
Educational blog features free online courses, audio books, movies, textbooks, eBooks, and language lessons.
Weblog for photos, music, and architecture from Japan.
San Francisco transplant in NYC blogging about the art and culture scene.
An East/ West blog on writing, culture and the arts, created by Yang-May Ooi, author of novels The Flame Tree and Mindgame, published by Hodder and Stoughton in the UK.
News, articles and links for the artist and those who appreciate art.
Champions contemporary art, issues of conscience, and ecstatic music. A creative magazine minus the lifestyle up-sell.
A weblog of conspicuous cultural consumption.
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