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Regularly Updated Virtual Events and Livestreams From Your Favorite St. Louis Organizations

HEC Media is here to help you stay entertained, educated, and cultured while social distancing. We’ve curated a list of the best “Stay Home” and livestream content from St. Louis organizations and institutions. And, of course, we’re always bringing new segments and shows to HEC Media’s side and educational content to Educate.Today.

ArtsCommunity

Live From The Sheldon, Produced By HEC Media

HEC Media and The Sheldon are pleased to announce the second episode of “Live From The Sheldon,” featuring the Joey DeFrancesco Trio on Saturday, Nov. 14 at 8 p.m.

Arts

Bam! Pow! Women in Comics

Christina “Steenz” Stewart is a cartoonist based in St. Louis.

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Arts

Mask Up STL

Mask Up STL by the St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce is a project aimed at bringing to attention the importance of wearing a mask in public

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ArtsMusic

Schankman’s St. Louis: The St. Louis Symphony is Back!

After having to miss 59 concerts at Powell Hall because of Covid-19, the St. Louis Symphony has returned to the stage with short programs for small audiences

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ArtsFilm

Schankman’s St. Louis: St. Louis-based Lion Forge Animation Brings Diversity to Hollywood

St. Louis-Based Lion Forge Animation, producers of the 2020 Academy Award winner for Best Animation Short Film is now producing new projects all over the world.

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ArtsFilm

Frames: 2 Heroic Figures – Wild Bill Hickok and Rodney Wilson

“Wild Bill: In Search of Fool’s Gold” is a docu-drama that brings to life one of the most colorful figures of the Old West. “Taboo Teaching” is the story of Rodney Wilson, the first openly gay public school teacher in Missouri. Wilson came out to his Mehlville High School history class and caused a firestorm […]

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Arts

Schankman’s St.Louis: Arts and Faith Concert Goes Virtual

HEC-TV is proud to partner with Arts and Faith St. Louis to livestream its annual Interfaith concert at 4pm on Sunday, October 25th. Here’s more about the show.

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ArtsMusic

Reserved Open Air Concerts are a Ticket to Safe Fun

Grand Center arts organizations are bringing live music to sold-out crowds outdoors while limiting crowd size to remain COVID-19 safe.

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ArtsDance

Self-Discovery Through Butoh

Dancer/choreographer Jane Tellini uses Butoh, a Japanese form of dance, to explore the mind and soul as she applies its elements to classical Western dance.

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Things to do in St. Louis

  • 1. Daily Blue Room Show. Read More
  • 2. Erin Bode. Read More
  • 3. John Pizzarelli: A Centennial Celebration of Nat King Cole. Read More
  • 4. The Great Guitars – Featuring Martin Taylor, Frank Vignola and John Jorgenson. Read More
  • 5. Dean Christopher – Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime: A Tribute to Dean Martin. Read More
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