Noah MacMillan, artist and frequent RFT illustrator, dies | St. Louis Subway News | st louis – 71Bait

click to enlarge Courtesy of Hitomi Inoue Artist, WashU alum and frequent RFT Contributor Noah MacMillan died in July. Noah MacMillan, a regular contributor to the Riverfront times and a graduate of Washington University, died July 31. He was 33 years old. His family shared the news of his death on social media on August … Read more

Murals under the bridge | news – 71Bait

On the evening of Thursday, August 4th, a few dozen people gather in the Pacific Outfitters parking lot for a guided walk, ready to take in the sights of the murals that are underway for this year’s Eureka Street Art Festival. The tour is led by organizer and local artist Jenna Catsos, who has been … Read more

reclaim space | Museum | Style weekly – 71Bait

“(Re)Framing Protest: Design + Hope” at the branch museum reminds us that no matter how protected, decorated or planned, space belongs to the people. In the summer of 2020, it was the people who enlivened the space, gathering on Monument Avenue to occupy the historic boulevard and, more importantly, redefine community. Protesters shed light on … Read more

Rental unit: “Out of the Blue” dir. by Dennis Hopper Movies | Style weekly – 71Bait

I first saw the 1980 film Out of the Blue on a grainy VHS tape I rented from Video Fan on Strawberry Street when I was still in high school. I remember feeling a little depressed by it, while also thinking it was a low-budget mess. My how things change. For most of its life, … Read more

8 Great Art Exhibitions You’ll Catch In San Antonio This Month – 71Bait

Despite the heat, it’s a glorious month to visit these San Antonio art galleries and institutions for groundbreaking and genuine creativity. Rock out to Amy Shekhter’s vibrant pop art music icons at AnArte Gallery, or experience the movement, energy and power of Mexican dancers in Elizabeth Jiménez Montelongo’s textured oil paintings at Centro de Artes. … Read more

First Saturday Night Arts Alive | Art lives! – 71Bait

Eureka Main Street presents First Saturday Night Arts Alive on August 2 from 6-9 p.m. Our galleries, museums, theatres, bars and restaurants are open. Some companies continue to require everyone to wear masks and follow other COVID safety precautions to keep customers and employees safe. Please respect each company’s standards, be friendly and enjoy the … Read more

Here are the top 14 things to do in Houston this weekend – 71Bait

This weekend, NRG Stadium will welcome country titan Garth Brooks in what promises to be a massive sell-out. Speaking of massive, giant dinosaurs are taking over Houston; People can get up close and personal with their favorites. People can also get up close and personal with an astronaut this weekend. The symphony celebrates 75 years … Read more

First Saturday Night Arts Alive | Art lives! – 71Bait

Eureka Main Street presents First Saturday Night Arts Alive on August 2 from 6-9 p.m. Our galleries, museums, theatres, bars and restaurants are open. Some companies continue to require everyone to wear masks and follow other COVID safety precautions to keep customers and employees safe. Please respect each company’s standards, be friendly and enjoy the … Read more

Search for history, food and art in Beaumont, a pristine US boomtown – 71Bait

A little Cajun, a lot Texan and 100 percent unique, Beaumont is located on the border of Louisiana and the Lone Star State, just 90 miles east of Houston. One of America’s original boomtowns, it’s known for its historic past with incredibly preserved buildings, a treasure trove of antique shops, bayous and bird watching, and … Read more

St. Louis’ Jason Spencer Receives Grand Prize at Illustrated World Series | Art Stories & Interviews | st louis – 71Bait

click to enlarge ABOUT JASON SPENCER Prolific St. Louis artist Jason Spencer prevailed against competitors from around the world in the arts-sports tournament. Here in St. Louis we already know and love Jason Spencer and the myriad of wacky artworks he creates with his Killer Napkins brand. Its demonic creatures haunt our galleries, its trippy … Read more