Non Grata are a performance art collective from Estonia who have traveled around the world for over a decade. They were in Houston on Thursday night at Diverse Works, as part of Lone Star Explosion, [more...]
Rev. Bryan is very outspoken about his distaste for the awards associated with the Houston Artcar Parade. He feels they should be done away with and that they taint, what is otherwise an [more...]
The Bayou City 10k Fun Run is this Saturday morning and for the 13th year they are inviting artcars to lead the race. Artcars who participate will be given $20 and a commemorative tie dyed tee shirt. [more...]
There is a Mardi Gras museum in Kenner Louisiana. For the past 20 years it has been educating tourist about the history of Mardi Gras. Now Herbie LeBlanc, president of the Mardi Gras Memorabilia Society, [more...]
Artcar Revolution (actually they are spelling it Art Car Revolution, they haven't heard that artcar is one word) is the latest show from the Art Car (Artcar) Museum. The show features the Artcar photography [more...]
Five Photos periodically showcases one of the many fantastic
artcar photographers whose photographs bring out the best in our
This edition of Five Photos features the undisputed [more...]
Photographer Peter Lippmann has discovered a clutch of old cars that have been abandoned in the woods for what appears to be decades and are well on their way to being completely [more...]
The artcar parade in Houston is a big deal. Artcars come in from all around the country to have fun and participate in the biggest event of it's kind in the world. One of the most endearing [more...]
On Medicine Lake in Plymouth, Minnesota, Artcar and ArtBike Artists not only walk on water... they drive on it!!
On Saturday, February 4, the World's only Artcar + ArtBike Parade on Ice [more...]
For better than 20 years Rebecca Bass has been opening the minds of the children she teaches with her unique brand of art education. Rebecca is retiring at the end of this school year, [more...]
We at Artcar Nation are saddened by the news of Monkee Davy Jone's passing. We have fond memories of watching the Monkee's television show and listening to their music [more...]
Erik Kolflat has released an extended version of his GloCoMotion New Years eve video on his YouTube channel.
Ths video is 17 minutes long and takes the viewer straight through from just [more...]
This is the first installment of a new regular news feature here at Artcar Nation we are calling Five Photos. What we'll be doing is periodically showcasing one of the many fantastic artcar [more...]
Each year Brian Hackney, host of local San Fransisco CBS affilliate, 5 Connect's Eye on the Bay program, goes on a scavenger hunt. This year his primary mode of transportation [more...]
Although not exclusively an artcar event, artcars and skaters have traditionally participated in the Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Houston. This year the tradition continues with the 53rd [more...]
Kelly Lyles, artcar artist extraordinaire and a leader of the Seattle artcar scene and one of the organizers of the annual Seattle Artcar Blowout (SACBO, as it's affectionately called) was featured [more...]
McDonald's has a new product, Chicken McBites. It looks like a Chicken McNugget, but apparently it's smaller. It's for those people who can't handle a whole McNugget, [more...]
The cover of Join Us, the latest They Might be Giants album shows a giant pink 'monster truck' limo. For the video of the song When Will You Die they hired World-renown graphic artist Paul Sahre to [more...]
The Pensacola Museum of Art is hosting the 10th. annual Art in the Park in that city's historic Seville Park.
From the Art in the Park website: [more...]
'In 5' is a feature on Fox cable News channel hosted by Ashley Dvorkin that highlights 5 things about a particular city. The Artcar Parade comes in at number 4 on their list for Houston. [more...]
A movie production in Northern Virginia is looking for a clown car.
"My name is Daniel Ross and I'm the Executive Producer for the upcoming movie, "Ninjas vs Monsters". We [more...]
Kathryn Warren grew up in Houston and saw her first artcar parade as a teenager. "It was love at first sight" she says. She's long thought about getting involved with artcars, but [more...]