Frames: Road to the Pros
“Road to the Pros” is a documentary about young boxers in St. Louis and the rich history of amateur boxing here.
Art St. Louis XXXV, The Exhibition
Art St. Louis XXXV, the 35th annual multi-media visual art exhibition featuring artworks in all media, styles, themes, subjects, and techniques.
It’s a Wonderful Life at Metro Theater Company
The classic holiday film has been reimagined as a radio play, complete with period costumes and live sound effects from a Foley artist!
Connecting St. Louis to the Missouri Watershed at the Saint Louis Art Museum
Currents 117: Dave Hullfish Bailey at the Saint Louis Art Museum uses art to examine land usage, the environment, and the Missouri Watershed.
How art utilizes math at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild
The new exhibit at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild presents works that utilize structure, mathematics, pattern, and geometry in innovative, thought provoking ways.
Props to Alaina: The Art of Airplane Propellers
In her workshop outside of Rolla, MO, Alaina Lewis crafts beautiful wooden airplane propellers using woodworking skills she learned from her grandfather.
Terraforming Paradise: the art of Eric Nauman
Eric Nauman is a St. Louis multi-media artist whose 2 and 3-dimensional work is deliberately placed within experimental environments to create unique visual experiences.
Two on the Aisle
Reviews of Feeding Beatrice, Dear Evan Hansen, The Merchant of Venice, others: Nov. 7, 2019
Reviews of Feeding Beatrice, Dear Evan Hansen, The Merchant of Venice, The Game’s Afoot, The Dining Room, The Bad Seed, The Haunted Pool, and Legally Blonde.
Muny Announces 2020 Season
A blockbuster 2020 season at the Muny includes premieres of Sweeney Todd and Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Midwest regional premiere of On Your Feet! and return of beloved favorites The Sound of Music and Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins.
The 28th Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival
Cinema St. Louis presents the 28th Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival, featuring nearly 400 films from 63 countries.