Internet-based work opens at CDA
BRATTLEBORO -- Internet-based artwork is the subject of a real-life art exhibit opening at the Center for Digital Art. "We Stay Connected," is a group show of four young contemporary artists who represent the growing world of net art: digital artwork that exists on websites and in social media, often made in response to internet cultures and pop culture trends and memes.
The exhibition opens Saturday at 6:30 p.m., at the Center for Digital Art in the Cotton Mill. Featured artists Simon Slowinski, Mary Rachel Kostreva, Douglas Schatz and Arjun Ram Srivatsa will be on hand for a discussion and Q&A.
To learn more about the show, visit centerfordigitalart.com.
All four artists in the show were key members of a net art collective called Tight Artists Net Gang. Visit www.tightartists.com.
Sunday contra dance features Dragonfly
BRATTLEBORO -- On Sunday at 7 p.m., the Brattleboro contra dance will feature music by Dragonfly -- Emma Snope and Kyra Bleicher on fiddle, Everest Witman on guitar, and Matt Kenney on drums -- at The Stone Church. Sarah Van Norstrand calls. Admission is $7-10.
At 5 p.m., there’s an open session for musicians. Bring clean, soft-soled dancing shoes to dance in. The dance is a fragrance free zone. For information, visit www.brattcontra.org.
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