How Online Communities Can Support New Artists

April 5, 2016

Article by Emma Rosser, as seen in The Hype Magazine: In times of austerity, the arts is the first industry to suffer. As the nation still lingers in the shadow of recession, a lack of funding in education and rejection of the arts as a potential career path means in recent years this industry has […]

The Art Of Free Speech

November 4, 2015

There is much debate about free speech nowadays. The internet has allowed for a great outpouring of expression as well as abuse and darkness. Because it is a human concern, what we find on the internet runs the gamut from the sublime to the appalling. It has spawned revolutions, social change, and progress, as well […]

It’s a Beautiful Thing!

September 30, 2015

When we created DADA, we didn’t know that we were going to help create true friendships. We expected people to “connect” and “follow”, but what we love the most is to see people becoming friends through drawing. We are thrilled to watch our social network become an irrepressibly joyful space for collaboration and experimentation. People […]

What Does DADA Do For Me?

January 27, 2015

We’re glad you ask! DADA is an online community for visual artists. We are more than just a place where you can hang your art and nobody really knows who you are. At DADA you can show who you are and what you do by drawing. Instead of writing words about how you feel, you can draw […]

Is The Artist Dead?

January 7, 2015

This month on The Atlantic magazine, in an article entitled “The Death Of The Artist and The Birth of The Creative Entrepreneur”, William Deresiewicz laments the demise of artists as we know them. Iconoclastic loners with a streak of genius, creating art by themselves, misunderstood or lauded by the rest of society, are gone. Deresiewicz reminds us that the artist […]

Power To The Artists!

November 27, 2012

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