Arts

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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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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ArtsFilm

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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ArtsBusinessFashion

New Fashion Manufacturing Center Expected To Be A “Game-Changer” For Fashion In St. Louis

“John and I moved here primarily because we don’t want to have just these 90 machines, we want to have 500 machines, 1000 machines, not just create 50 jobs, but 500 jobs that are sustainable and well paying – that you can raise a family on,” said Lewis.

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Tennessee Williams Festival Features “The Night of the Iguana” and Bryan Batt’s “Dear Mr. Williams”

Bryan Batt and Carrie Houk discuss the 4th annual Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis.

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Reviews of Salt, Root and Roe; Translations; Miss Saigon; Biloxi Blues; others: May 9, 2019.

Reviews of Salt, Root and Roe; Translations; Miss Saigon; Biloxi Blues; A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Nice Work If You Can Get It; Godspell; & Over the Tavern.

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Twilight Tuesdays Concert Series at the Missouri History Museum

Twilight Tuesdays is a free outdoor concert series that takes place in the front lawn of the Missouri History Museum.

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SLAM Delves into the Colorful World of Bali with its Newest Collection

“Balinese Art” at the Saint Louis Art Museum features eight paintings and two masks from the Indonesian island of Bali.

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The St. Louis Muny Brings Musical Theatre to Local Schools

In addition to producing professional musicals, the St. Louis Muny is also working to reach out and help train future performers as well as those backstage.

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ArtsFilm

Frames: Two Short Psychological Thrillers

“The Tide” is an android-becoming human-like through dance. “The Dryad Tree” tells of a beautiful female dryad who causes domestic trouble.

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“Poetics of the Everyday” at SLAM Celebrates the Power of Photography

“Poetics of the Everyday: Amateur Photography, 1890-1970” at the Saint Louis Art Museum focuses on a collection of found photographs created by everyday people.

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Two on the Aisle: Reviews of True West, Fefu and Her Friends, Florida, Never Let Go, others: Apr. 25, 2019.

Reviews of True West, Fefu and Her Friends, Florida, Never Let Go, The Real Inspector Hound, Love’s Labour’s Lost, and Photograph 51

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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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ArtsCommunity & Culture

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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ArtsFilm

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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Things to do in St. Louis

  • 1. Shakespeare in the Park: Love’s Labors Lost. 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
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