Here are just a few of the stories from all across the world wide web that caught our eyes as we were surfing this week:
From HiLobrow: Peggy Nelson conducts a lengthy interview with fab Troy artist Michael Oatman, whose massive installation, “All Utopias Fell,” is on long-term view at MASS MoCA in North Adams.
From Metroland: Josh Potter writes about Samson Contompasis’ struggle to find “canvases” for this weekend’s massive Living Walls Project.
From Foss Forward: Sara Foss weighs in with her picks for the Top 10 (plus one more) pop-rock concerts on the fall concert calendar.
From Keep Albany Boring: KC conducts an interview with Knomad, who will be spinning at the Outpost1 bash at the Fuze Box in Albany tonight.
From The Berkshire Eagle: Scott Stafford profiles Chesterwood’s restarted artist-in-residence program.
From Barre.me: Photographer Sebastien Barre reports on SPAC’s 2011 Saratoga Wine & Food and Fall Ferrari Festival. Food? Eh. Wine? Whatever. Barre is pretty much all about the Ferraris.
From The Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy offers up a concert review of They Might Be Giants’ concert at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington.