South Africa: The Curatorial Nursing Practice of Greer Valley – 71Bait

The black writing on the floor reads “unsettled”. Stepping over it reveals the names of four participating artists written on the wall to the right: Bronwyn Katz, Nashilongweshipwe Mushaandja, Nolan Oswald Dennis and Zayaan Khan. A few steps further the writing says “Curated by Greer Valley”. The exhibition, part of the 14th Dak’Art Biennial, focuses … Read more

South Korea’s Millennial Investors Tired of Stocks and Going Art | Art and Culture News – 71Bait

Incheon, South Korea – Kim, 35, didn’t specifically object when his wife started investing in art three years ago — but he had his reservations. “I told her I’m fine as long as you want me to,” the video game designer, who asked to be identified by his last name only, told Al Jazeera. “But … Read more

Norfolk solar project, largest in state, relies on community contributions | National News – 71Bait

Some Nebraskans are finding that it literally pays to go green. Norfolk is the newest community in Nebraska to make money from the switch to solar power – savings shared with Norfolk businesses and citizens who have signed up for solar power. The city of around 24,400 people is doing this through an 8.5-megawatt solar … Read more

The Providence Rotary Charities Foundation awards $114,000 to 26 community initiatives – 71Bait

Wednesday 22 June 2022 GoLocalProv lifestyle team View larger + PHOTO: Rotating The Providence Rotary Charities Foundation, the charitable arm of the Rotary Club of Providence, has awarded grants totaling $114,000 to 26 nonprofit organizations that care about children in and around the city and to its signature Childhood Literacy Initiative. “Our two-pronged giving strategy … Read more

The AI ​​software called DALL-E turns your words into pictures – 71Bait

The DALL-E Mini software from a group of open-source developers isn’t perfect, but sometimes it actually provides images that match people’s text descriptions. screenshot If you’ve been scrolling through your social media feeds lately, there’s a good chance you’ve noticed illustrations with captions. You are popular now. The images you see are likely made possible … Read more

EVENT GUIDE: 14.-19. June | news – 71Bait

Tuesday 14 June • District 19 Peach City Bridge Tournament, Canada’s largest regional tournament, Penticton Trade and Convention Center, all day, second of seven days, runs daily through Sunday • The Okanagan Skaha School District 67 Business Committee meets at 4:00 pm in the ICM building to watch the meeting live: sd67.bc.ca • RDOS Pre-Candidate … Read more

Painting Rent offers a rare glimpse into the paintings of the prolific Lafayette artist | entertainment/life – 71Bait

A new exhibition titled Painting Rent at the Acadiana Center for the Arts celebrates the prolific career of a Lafayette artist who rarely sought attention for his work. Olin John “Leroy” Evans earned his meager income by selling his artworks to a narrow circle of lifelong patrons, often in time for payment of rent but … Read more

Will investors be won over by the Royal Mint’s NFT? – 71Bait

This piece was co-authored by KeithOliverHead of International, and Caroline Timoney, Commercial Disputes and Civil Fraud Legal Researcher at Peters & Peters LLP. “NFT” became the 2021 buzzword of the year and word of the year in the Collins Dictionary after its usage increased by 11,000%. An average of around 225,000 NFTs were sold per … Read more

Commission discusses major projects, grants | government and politics – 71Bait

The St. Francois County Commission had a busy agenda Tuesday morning that addressed many construction issues. Colin Rogers of Brockmiller Construction briefed the Commission on various ongoing and planned construction projects. He made his recommendations to the commission for awarding tenders for the medical wing and vehicle maintenance bay to complement the county jail. “We … Read more

GoLocalProv | Inside Art with Michael Rose – 71Bait

Wednesday 08 June 2022 Michael Rose, Art Contributor View larger + PHOTO: Michael Rose Juried exhibitions offer a great opportunity to explore local art through the eyes of experienced curators. Now through June 18, in a partnership between the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) and the Warwick Center for the Arts (WCFA), … Read more