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Crossing the Cultural Divide with the Festival of Nations St. Louis

The Festival of Nations is a two day long event that brings together people from over 100 different cultures with a variety of food, shopping and entertainment. For more information visit festivalofnationsstl.org. This festival takes place this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, August 24 and 25. Hours Saturday, August 24, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and […]

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Reviews of Guys and Dolls, Matilda, A Man of No Importance, others: Aug. 15, 2019

Reviews of Guys and Dolls, Matilda, A Man of No Importance, Footloose, Assisted Living: The Musical

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Endangered at St. Louis Artists’ Guild

The St. Louis Artists’ Guild presents Endangered, an art exhibition exploring the concepts of extinction and threats to life on earth.

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St. Louis Art Museum Celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Bauhaus

Curators Eric Lutz and Hannah Klemm from the Saint Louis Art Museum take a look at the Bauhaus movement.

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American Conversations at Art Saint Louis

This multi-media exhibit presents works by 53 artists who visually explore what it means to be in the U.S in the year 2019.

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Meet the Cast of the 2019 St Lou Fringe

St. Lou Fringe Festival is all about accessibility to the arts, especially the arts that may seem a little unconventional.

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Frames: A Look at Four Local Films – Steve, Eat Well, Shipslog, and End of Daze

“Steve” is a psycho-drama about a Vietnam vet; “Eat Well” mixes a public tv, cooking and cannibalism with dark humor. Two sci-fi shorts, “Shipslog” and “End of Daze,” have amazing CGI.

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“Poems At An Exhibition” Features Works by Byron Sletten and Ted Kooser

Artist Byron Sletten and Diana Hansen from the Kranzberg Arts Foundation discuss “Poems At An Exhibition: New Works by Byron Sletten and Ted Kooser.”

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History In Focus at The Missouri History Museum’s New Two-Part Exhibit

By Amanda Honigfort On Saturday, August 3rd, the Missouri History Museum will open a new, two-part exhibit that blends national, international and local history. Pulitzer Prize Photographs, a traveling exhibit from the closing Newseum in Washington D.C features the Pulitzer Prize winning photographs from the last several decades presented in context and displayed alongside In […]

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St. Louis Filmmaker Raises Awareness of Mental Health Through Filmmaking

STL Filmmaker Jon Alexander makes films about subjects that many find difficult to talk about, mental & emotional heath.

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Faces of Love, Gitana Production’s Celebration Germans and African Americans

Gitana Productions explores and celebrates the remarkable contributions of German immigrants to the abolition of slavery in Missouri.

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SLAM Explores the Art of Gauguin

In “Paul Gauguin: The Art of Invention,” the Saint Louis Art Museum presents the work of Gauguin within the context of his life and global travel.

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Street artist fnnch adds a sweet touch to Centene Center for the Arts

Based in San Francisco, street artist, fnnch, spreads random acts of art wherever he goes, including Grand Center in St. Louis.

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Two on the Aisle: Reviews of Candide, Labute Set 1, Mamma Mia!, For Colored Girls…, Cinderella: July 18, 2019

Candide, Labute Theatre Festival Set 1, Mamma Mia!, for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella

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Glynis Brooks, “Harriet Tubman: An American Hero”

Harriet Tubman is one of the most notable icons in American and African American history. A hero and symbol of freedom, bravery, and strength.

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The Saint Louis Art Museum Reveals the Work Behind Preserving the Past

Claire Winfield discusses the ongoing restoration of the “Panorama of the Monumental Grandeur of the Mississippi Valley” at SLAM.

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Reviews of The Revolutionists, Indecent, 1776, Kinky Boots, Hedwig, others: July 4, 2019

The Revolutionists, Indecent, 1776, Kinky Boots, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, German Abolitionists of Missouri The Selfish Giant, Disney’s 101 Dalmatians

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ArtsFilm

Frames: The Best of the 48 Hour Film Project 2019

Five of the best shorts from this year’s 48 Hour Film Project, from fantasy to noir, action to animation.

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St. Louis’ Citygarden Turns 10

The Citygarden turns 10 in July! Julie Tristan gives us a history lesson of how this sculpture garden came to be and tells us what they are doing to celebrate!

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ArtsDesign

Master Engraver

Richard Neustaedter is one of only a couple Master Hand Engravers left in the U.S., engraving by hand, rather than by computer or stencil.

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Watercolor International at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild

The St. Louis Artist Guild presents a show by the Missouri Watercolor Society that features over a hundred paintings by artists around the globe.

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Top 10 Regional Artists Selected for Art Saint Louis Honor Awards Exhibit

Honor Awards 2018 at Art Saint Louis features recent artworks by ten St. Louis regional artists from Missouri and Illinois.

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Two on the Aisle: Reviews of Fire Shut Up in My Bones, The Boy from Oz, Sylvia, Guys and Dolls: June 20, 2019

Fire Shut Up in My Bones, The Caper in Aisle 6, The Boy from Oz, Sylvia, The Coronation of Poppea, Guys and Dolls, Lewis and Tolkien, Thelonius Monk Story, Fat

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Liquid Light: Living In Tents

Bob Wilcox sits down with Paul Crane to discuss his film, Living In Tents, and the experiences he had while making it on this episode of Liquid Light.

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Drawing with Edo Rosenblith

Edo Rosenblith is a St. Louis visual artist. Learn about his style, how he got started and what inspires him.

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2020 St. Louis Arts Awards honorees announced

The Arts and Education Council has announced seven honorees for the 2020 St. Louis Arts Awards.

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Circus Flora Presents The Caper In Aisle 6

Circus Flora’s new show, running through June of 2019, is sure to wow all onlookers with a theatrical spectacle unlike any other in St. Louis.

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Two on the Aisle: Reviews of Love’s Labors Lost, Be More Chill, Marriage of Figaro, Rigoletto, others: June 6, 2019

Reviews of Love’s Labors Lost, Be More Chill, The Marriage of Figaro, Rigoletto, Charlie Johnson Reads All of Proust, Earworm, Dates, and Hoist.

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Metal Petals

A pair of blacksmiths in Lebanon, Illinois transform sheets of iron into delicate works of art.

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Golfing the Galleries at The Sheldon

The Sheldon Art Galleries presents a unique interactive art exhibit – a 9-hole, mini golf installation that takes over our entire 2nd floor gallery space!

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Arts

The Muny: New Century, New Stage

St. Louis’ Muny has updated its stage, as the theater gets ready to begin its 101st season. Changes include new lighting systems, turntables and hydraulic lifts

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Frames – The Best of Us: 100 Seasons of Muny Magic

“The Best of Us: 100 Seasons of Muny Magic” is a tribute to this world-renowned institution. Featuring dozens of interviews with actors, performers, craftspeople and audience members, and rare glimpses backstage, the film demonstrates that The Muny is a place like no other.

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Summer in St. Louis

It’s summertime in St. Louis — that means performances and art exhibits are at every corner for your enjoyment! Check them out!

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Shakespeare in the Park brings laughter, excitement to Forest Park

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis presents Love’s Labors Lost, one of the Bard’s wittiest comedies, in Forest Park through June 23, 2019.

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Arts & Effort Continues As RAC Looks To Unite The Arts Community

The Regional Arts Commission (RAC) is continuing to move forward on their grand vision of harmonizing, strengthening and purposefully directing the work and resources of the arts community.

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Spring into Dance with Dance STL

Dance St. Louis brings in over 30 companies from across the United States for their 12th Annual Emerson Spring To Dance Festival.

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Two on the Aisle: Reviews of Nina Simone, Four Women, I Now Pronounce, Death Tax, Iguana, others: May 23, 2019.

Reviews of Nina Simone: Four Women, Come from Away, I Now Pronounce, Tennessee Williams Festival, Death Tax, Exit Laughing, Smoke on the Mountain

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Yvette Drury Dubinsky, Vicky Tomayko, and Taylor Yocom at the Bruno David Gallery

The Bruno David Gallery hosts two new exhibits, “Steamroller Collaborations” and “It’s Romantic.”

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ArtsEducationMusic

Youth Music Curriculum Developed in St. Louis Licensed Internationally

Dave Simon created Kidzrock and Jr. Rockerz in St. Louis. These innovative youth music programs are now licensed around the world.

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Sound and the absence thereof at CAM

Experience the summer exhibitions at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, featuring sound and absence.

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