The best things to do in St. Louis this weekend September 23-25 ​​| Art Stories & Interviews | st louis – 71Bait

click to enlarge EGAN O’KEEFE Taste of St. Louis will feature approximately 30 local food vendors. This could be the busiest weekend of the year so far in the St. Louis area. If leather competitions aren’t your thing, check out Shakespeare, Tower Grove Pride, walking tours of the city’s hotspots, or the Greater St. Louis … Read more

Paint Louis commemorates 25 years | Art Stories & Interviews | st louis – 71Bait

click to enlarge John Harington Paint Louis was founded in 1997 and has grown over the 25 years since. The origins of Paint Louis, the city’s annual celebration of graffiti and mural painting, date back to the Delmar Loop in the late ’80s, early ’90s. Where the Chuck Berry statue now stands, there was a … Read more

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

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