23-30 SEPT 2022

Asia's biggest and best digital art and music extravaganza

CryptoArt Week Asia (CAWA) is a week-long crypto art festival running concurrently in multiple cities across Asia and in the metaverse, featuring the continent's most talented and forward thinking digital artists.

With our showcase venue in Singapore, expect week-long #IRL festival of art, music, fashion and experiences in a warehouse venue unlike anything we've ever seen in Singapore.

Yes we have the screen, but surely digital art should also express itself in other forms and mediums? Art also needs to be experienced. Enough of NFTs on screens. What else is crypto art capable of?

CAWA 3.0 is about imagining new artistic practices powered by crypto art, building immersive collaborations, connecting artists with fans and collectors and telling our stories, and exploring new financial models for artists. And of course we want music and we want to dance! Come, see and experience Asia's most visionary digital and new media artists. #IRL.

CAWA 3.0 #IRL will run in Singapore from 23-30 Sept 2022, at the same time as the Singapore Grand Prix, and Blockchain Week Asia, and will be the marquee art event during the F1.

This is an art moment. The likes of what the world has never seen. Come be part of it. Explore and participate in the future of art and experiences.  Powered by NFTs and the blockchain and an outpouring of excitement for a new generation of art.

Artist applications are open, until 10 August, to anyone living in Asia
Apply here

Crypto Art Week Asia is decentralised and artist first. If you have a gallery or space, physical or digital, and would like to host an exhibition, or are a community organiser and would like to host talks, workshops or an event, we'd love to collaborate.
Apply here

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Last year over 300 artists and tens of thousands of fans came together at 6 physical locations and in 50 virtual galleries for Asia's biggest-ever Crypto Art event.


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