Exhibits for May 26 | arts – 71Bait

Editor’s Note: Exhibits shares information about exhibits held in Charlottesville and Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Nelson, and Orange counties, or presented online. Articles must be received by Friday noon for next week’s issue. Include the opening and closing dates of your exhibit and a phone number for the public to call with questions. … Read more

JumpstART weekend is gearing up to welcome everyone to downtown Kalamazoo for some summertime art and fun – 71Bait

What used to be Kalamazoo’s Super Saturday became the June Anniversary and has evolved into what should actually be called what – wild Wednesday-Sunday? Wowzerz weekend? It is that JumpstART weekend. Whatever you want to call it, it gets extra awesome when in-person events return downtown to ring in the summer. Some have not attended … Read more

Texas School Shooting: What Social Media Posts Tell Us About Shooter Salvador Ramos | world news – 71Bait

The 18-year-old, who shot his grandmother before killing 21 people – including 19 children – at a Texas elementary school, is not believed to have left a manifesto or note explaining his actions. Those who knew him say he was bullied and didn’t have many friends. But messages Salvador Ramos sent to strangers online have … Read more

Are screenshots affecting the NFT digital art industry? – 71Bait

The introduction of NFTs marked a paradigm shift in the art world. Since launching in 2021, these digital artworks have commanded astronomical prices, with some of the most sought-after NFTs selling for millions of dollars. NFTs are also known for sparking gas wars, with users trying to outdo each other by paying higher transaction fees … Read more

Artist Jens Haaning took $84,000 and sent 2 blank canvases to a museum: NPR – 71Bait

Visitors view a blank canvas that is part of ‘Take the Money and Run’ by Jens Haaning at the Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aalborg, Denmark. The piece is part of an exhibition called Work it outwhich examines people’s relationship to work. Niels Fabæk/Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Hide caption toggle caption Niels Fabæk/Kunsten … Read more