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Aso Oke: Prestige Cloth from Nigeria at the Saint Louis Art Museum

The Saint Louis Art Museum’s Aso Oke: Prestige Cloth from Nigeria exhibition is a unique look at textiles created by Yoruba weavers in southwestern Nigeria.



The Legacy of the Black Cowboy

The Southeastern Rodeo Association is committed to keeping the black cowboy and history of how the black cowboy tamed the old west, alive.


Science & Technology

A pathogen air quality monitor for indoor spaces can detect COVID-19 in about 5 minutes

A pathogen air quality monitor can detect COVID-19 viral particles that are shedded from any infected person in about 5 minutes.



Black History Month

February is Black History Month, a time to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of African Americans. And although Black History Month shines a light on a rich heritage, it should not be considered different – or isolated – from American history. Our country’s past and culture are not black-or-white issues; they are all intertwined.

BooksVirtual Events

Abe; Abe Lincoln in His Times, A Conversation with David S. Reynolds

From one of the great historians of nineteenth-century America, a revelatory and enthralling new biography of Abraham Lincoln.



Uma Thurman, Agatha Christie and The Greek Gods: The Influences on Alex Michaelides and His Writing

Author Alex Michaelides entertains in this talk about his writing process, Hollywood and Greek influences and the book he said was the most fun to write.


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Field Guide at Intersect Arts Center

Field Guide is the current exhibition at Intersect Arts Center. This is a multidisciplinary show featuring pottery, photography, sculpture, fibers, and more.



Spotlight celebrates 314 Day

Spotlight celebrates 314 Day on March 10th at 9:30 am on Channel 11, YouTube at Connect STL from HEC Media and at hecmedia.org. Then watch anytime at hecmedia.org.


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Unfiltered Lens: Civil Rights Movement and Vietnam War through the Eyes of Robert J. Ellison

acoby Arts Center hosts “Unfiltered Lens: Civil Rights Movement and Vietnam War through the Eyes of Robert J. Ellison.”


ArtsTheaterTwo on the Aisle

Review of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot at Webster University

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot is a profound examination and raucous sendup of divine justice. The seemingly contradictory facets of the play exist in complete harmony in the outstanding production by Webster University’s Sargent Conservatory of Theatre Arts.