Final classes and the KPU BFA Grad Exhibition wrapped up this past Friday, and now all that is left is next week’s exams and grading before I take a pause and head to Las Vegas, Nevada for the rest of April for a research fellowship at UNLV (more on that in a post later this week). This Sunday’s roundup includes a great mix of content, and I start it off with a radio feature from the CBC that looks at the emergence of artificial intelligence in the art world. I finished up teaching a New Media in Art seminar this term, and one of the student groups focused on this topic for their research. It was a fascinating project, and this interview delves deeper into some of the stakes of this emerging technology. I was also delighted to see that Christo’s plans to wrap the Arc de Triomphe will be realized next year, and I included a link with more details as I think it will likely be one of the most fascinating art projects of the year! Other links include a reflective review of the final season of Broad City, and a podcast discussion of the new horror film Us by Jordan Peele, a look at how Brexit is shaping cultural conversations in the UK, a look at the women of the Bauhaus in the year of the movements 100th anniversary, a look at Nam June Paik at the Whitney, and two videos featuring key moments in the history of women’s art and fashion. Finally, I include an intriguing interview with the founder of Medium: Tings, Stephanie Baptist, a gallery and project space in Brooklyn run out of an apartment. I love hearing about DIY spaces like this and hope it might inspire some of you out there to think about new and out-of-the-box ways to exhibit and promote local artists. Happy Sunday and happy studying to those of you working on those final exams and projects!