Arts

Exploring the world of sound with Steph Zimmerman

Steph Zimmerman is a local Artist from the St. Louis area who is interested in the world of audio.

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Outlier culture on view at Art Saint Louis

Outliers Art Exhibitions curated by Art Saint Louis is currently on display in their downtown gallery. The exhibition is free and open to the public.

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CAIR Missouri’s 3rd Annual American Muslim Art Exhibition

The Sheldon hosts CAIR Missouri’s 3rd Annual American Muslim Art Exhibition on April 20th, 2019.

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Back Home in Your New Home at the Kranzberg Art Center Gallery

Back Home in Your New Home is the newest exhibit at the Kranzberg Art Center Gallery. The exhibit features two Palestinian American women’s ideas about home.

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Judy Child, Terry Conrad, Thomas Sleet at Bruno David Gallery

The Bruno David Gallery features the contemporary abstract work of Judy Child, Terry Conrad, and Thomas Sleet.

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Reviews of Time Stands Still, Daddy Long Legs, Dreamgirls, Othello, others: Apr. 11, 2019.

Reviews of Time Stands Still, Daddy Long Legs, Dreamgirls, Othello, Photograph 51, Popcorn Falls, A New Brain, Into the Woods, The Little Prince

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The Vinyl Boom and the Celebration of Record Store Day

Record store day began as a lifeline for local record shops, but it has evolved into a cultural dynamo which is breathing new life into vinyl albums.

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Schankman’s St. Louis: Meet Opera Theatre’s New General Director

Meet Andrew Jorgensen, the new General Director of Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, as we learn his plans for the world-renowned company.

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Blood Brothers: How Our Children Become Murderers Part 2

Parts One and Two: “St. Louis Under the Gun” and “Raising Cains” focus on how easily minors can get guns and why St. Louis is armed to the teeth.

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Vertical gardens cooling St. Louis

This fall, the Sheldon will be adding an enormous hanging garden to their western exterior wall for the entire community to enjoy.

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36 hours in St. Louis revisited

The New York Times had some great recommendations on what to do and where to visit if you’re only in town for 36 hours. We wanted to give you some visual elements to the story, so you can have a look for yourself.

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Reviews of The Play That Goes Wrong, Waitress, My Three Angels, Two Degrees, others: Mar. 28, 2019.

Reviews of The Play That Goes Wrong, Waitress, My Three Angels, Farce of Habit, A Raisin in the Sun, Two Degrees, Aphra Behn Emerging Artists’ Festival.

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Opening Minds Through Art

This art class at Artist First is extra special. It’s for people with memory loss and focuses on imagination instead of memory.

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Schankman’s St. Louis: What is The Saint Louis Low Brass Collective?

Meet The Saint Louis Low Brass Collective; a group trying to bring attention to, and gain respect for those forgotten instruments often at the back of the band.

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Prolific Painter Also Helping to Reinvigorate Hampton Neighborhood in South St. Louis

Jared Minnick calls it a healthy obsession. He’s completed nearly 300 paintings and renovated a Hampton gallery for them with his own two hands.

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The Power of Imagery and Destruction at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation

“Striking Power: Iconoclasm in Ancient Egypt” at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation looks at the importance of imagery and the meaning behind its destruction.

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Supporting Women-Owned Business in St. Louis

Through classes, networking events, and pop-up shops, the Women’s Creative seeks to increase the number of women-owned businesses that succeed past five years.

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Varsity Art at Art Saint Louis showcases talented students

This multi-media exhibit at Art Saint Louis features 41 student artworks in a variety of media.

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Rachel Whiteread’s Examination of Negative Spaces On View at SLAM

Discussion with Simon Kelly, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Saint Louis Art Museum, on the Rachel Whiteread Exhibition.

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Two On the Aisle: Reviews of Beautiful, Nonsense and Beauty, Well, La Cage aux Folles, Norma, others: Mar. 14, 2019.

Reviews of Beautiful, Nonsense and Beauty, Well, La Cage aux Folles, Norma, August: Osage County, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Company, The Misanthrope

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Schankman’s St. Louis: Egyptian Belly Dancing, St. Louis Style

In the middle of South St. Louis, students from all over the area get together on a weekly basis to learn the art of that ancient dance from a pro named Nisaa.

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Blood Brothers: How Our Children Become Murderers Part 1

Parts One and Two: “St. Louis Under the Gun” and “Raising Cains” focus on how easily minors can get guns and why St. Louis is armed to the teeth.

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How We See Materiality and Color Opens at Laumeier Sculpture Park

Laumeier Sculpture Park opens a colorful new art exhibit called “How We See Materiality and Color” featuring the work of six artists from across the country.

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Art, Flowers, Community Energize “Art in Bloom” at Saint Louis Art Museum

“Art in Bloom” once again returns to the Saint Louis Art Museum this weekend.

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Reviews of Milk Like Sugar, The Vagina Monologues, Angels in America Part 1, others: Feb. 28, 2019.

Milk Like Sugar; The 2019 Workers’ Opera; The Vagina Monologues; By the Way, Meet Vera Stark; Transluminate; A Streetcar Named Desire; Angels in America, Part 1

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The Evolving Sculpture and Animation of Oliver Laric at SLAM

The Saint Louis Art Museum presents the work of Oliver Laric in the 116th iteration of its “Currents” series.

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Two on the Aisle: Reviews of Oslo; The Crucible; Farragut North; Exit, Pursued by a Bear; others: Feb. 21, 2019.

Reviews of: OSLO, by J.T. Rogers, at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis CLASSIC MYSTERY GAME, by Katy Keating, at SATE FARRAGUT NORTH, by Beau Willimon, at St. Louis Actors’ Studio THE HUNDRED DRESSES, adapted by William Kent Williams from the book by Eleanor Estes, at Metro Theater Co. THE CRUCIBLE, by Arthur Miller, at […]

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Saint Louis Art Museum acquires ‘Charles I’ by Kehinde Wiley

The Saint Louis Art Museum recently purchased “Charles I,” a large-scale painting by Kehinde Wiley and one of the standout works from the recent exhibition of Wiley’s paintings at the museum. This painting is one of two works in the exhibition “Kehinde Wiley: Saint Louis” that Wiley based on a 1633 portrait of the English […]

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Schankman’s St. Louis: What is Peacock Alley and Why is it at the Fabulous Fox?

It is time to take a trip down memory lane by talking a walk through Peacock Alley- a gallery celebrating every show that has played at the Fox Theater in STL.

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Constructs of Meaning at Duane Reed Gallery

Constructs of Meaning a Duane Reed Gallery features six St. Louis artist working in a variety of mediums.

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GUITAR: The Instrument that Rocked the World

GUITAR: The Instrument that Rocked the World, currently on display at the Saint Louis Science Center, features over 70 stringed instruments on display.

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Winter Exhibit at Angad Arts Hotel features wide variety of mediums, including cardboard

Art Saint Louis, Winter Exhibition at Angad Arts Hotel. The show is comprised of four unique artists from the St. Louis region, including an array of mediums.

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The Regional Arts Commission Is Positioning Itself To Remake The Arts And Cultural Scene In St. Louis

The Regional Arts Commission (RAC) has big plans for St. Louis.

They recently released Arts &, a report on the state of arts & culture in our region that addressed concerns for the long-term vitality of the creative community here, as well as some ideas of how the arts can help us address significant issues in the community.

On Friday, they laid out more of how RAC will move that effort forward.

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The Riot Show at Kranzberg Arts Center takes on civil unrest, police brutality

The Riot Show is a collaboration of visual artist Michael Faris and poet Unique Hughley based on the civil unrest that continues to be evident in our society.

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The St. Louis Cabaret Project Sponsors Monthly Open Mic Night

Once a month, local singers gather to entertain each other and the general public at the Cabaret Project of St. Louis’ Open Mic Night in Midtown St. Louis.

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Two Local Short Films: Fugue & MLM

Two films: a twisted psychological thriller and a dark comedy each given a fresh look.

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Proud to Be Offers Veterans and Their Loved Ones a Creative Outlet to Share Their Experiences

Veterans dealing with traumatic experiences find value in putting their thoughts and experiences on paper and then sharing them with an audience.

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Bullying & Tolerance in “The Hundred Dresses” at Metro Theater Company

Bullying, friendship and forgiveness are at the center of “The Hundred Dresses” adapted from the beloved Newbery Honor Book by Eleanor Estes.

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Abstract Worlds and Graphic Art at The Bruno David Gallery

The Bruno David Gallery is featuring work by Carmon Colangelo, Barry Anderson, and Grasshopper.

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Things to do in St. Louis

  • 1. Text As Visual Language. Read More
  • 2. Striking Power: Iconoclasm in Ancient Egypt. Read More
  • 3. How We See Materiality and Color Opens at Laumeier Sculpture Park. Read More
  • 4. Art Saint Louis Winter Exhibition at Angad Arts Hotel. Read More
  • 5. Muny Memories. Read More
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