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.
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.
Frames: Comic books, superheroes and their fans.
A millennial comics nerd creates an imaginary problem with his girlfriend. “Icon” is Black superman figure battling corruption and crime in Dakota City.
Schankman’s St. Louis: Arts United STL Benefit a Smashing Success!
A recent benefit for local artists called Arts United STL, live streamed on the internet and simulcast by HEC-TV, raises $350,000 for the Artist Relief Fund.
Faith in Photography
Danielle Faith Photography challenged parents to ask their children questions about racism. She then took them around the city to photograph them.
The Doors of North St. Louis
Local artists are coming together in the neighborhood of Old North St. Louis to paint residents’ and businesses’ doors to help neighbors isolated by COVID-19.
Missouri Arts Organizations Pledge to COVID-19 Safe Practices
All the big names in the Missouri arts community are joining together to share their best practices in Covid safety when the arts return to live performances.
Saint Louis Art Fair Goes Virtual
While many art fairs have decided to cancel their events because of the pandemic, the Saint Louis Art Fair is making its popular show virtual for 2020.
Schankman’s St. Louis: St Lou Fringe Goes Virtual
St Lou Fringe has managed to salvage its annual festival, despite the pandemic, by going virtual with performances available on a pay-per-view basis.
Schankman’s St. Louis: How Music Helps STL’s LGBTQ+ Community “Band Together”
St. Louis is home to “Band Together”, founded to give members of the local LGBTQ+ community a place to play music in a safe and non-judgemental space.