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Bruno David Gallery Showcases 6 New Exhibitions

Bruno David Gallery’s current exhibitions continue through March 25, 2017 and feature a wide array of styles and techniques.

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Delmar Hall Tour

The new episode of State of the Arts premiering in March comes to you from Delmar Hall. In this preview, host Paul Schankman takes you on a backstage tour.

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Makeshift

Current exhibit at Craft Alliance highlights the trend of artists using plastic in their work. Shows variability and creativity of the use of plastic in art.

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State of the Arts at Delmar Hall, March 2017

State of the Arts goes backstage at Delmar Hall with the Duke of Delmar himself, Joe Edwards. Also featured: the singer Bloom and Letter to Memphis.

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Sophie and Sarge

Two short films. “Sophie” by Alvaro Aro, is a descent into a frightening fantasy realm. Sophie finds herself somewhere strange and confronted by a deranged “Chancellor” and an even madder “Queen.” “Sarge” by Benjamin Dewhurst is the story of a WWI vet, in a senior living facility, haunted by guilt from his role in the […]

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Reviews of Million Dollar Quartet, Motown the Musical, Never the Sinner It Shoulda Been You, others, Mar. 16, 2017

Reviews of Million Dollar Quartet, Motown the Musical, Never the Sinner, It Shoulda Been You, Aphra Behn Emerging Artists Showcase, The Wiz.

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Reviews of The Royale, Cabaret, The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?, Carmen, Zorba, Fat, Briefs, Silent Sky, Shotspeare, Mar. 16, 2017.

Reviews of The Royale, Cabaret, The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?, Carmen, Zorba, Fat, Briefs, Silent Sky, Shotspeare

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Reviews of Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, A View from the Bridge, Macbeth, others: Mar. 17, 2017

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, Disenchanted, Into the Woods, A View from the Bridge, Graeme of Thrones, Go Back for Murder, Macbeth, The Philadelphia Story.

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Art in Bloom Arrives at the St. Louis Art Museum

The St. Louis Art Museum hosts its annual “Art in Bloom” show, which pairs works of art with custom floral arrangements.

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Off-Broadway Comes to Westport Plaza

There’s Broadway, Off-Broadway, and now Off-Broadway in St. Louis, thanks to the new management at the Playhouse@Westport Plaza.

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A Personal Glimpse into “Occupied Japan”

The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum presents Nicholas Orzio’s “Occupied Japan.”

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Kemper Art Museum Takes a Trip to Paris and Asks Who is Rosalyn Drexler

The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum presents “Spectacle and Leisure in Paris: Degas to Mucha” and “Rosalyn Drexler: Who Does She Think She Is?”

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Duane Reed Gallery boasts innovative, emerging artists

Duane Reed Gallery showcases the works of innovative emerging artists Ethan Meyer, Dana Oldfather, and Jacob Berkowitz.

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SLAM Tips its Hat to Degas’ Love of Millinery

The St. Louis Art Museum highlights Edgar Degas’s little known appreciation for the fashionable hat with “Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade.”

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International Children’s Film Festival at the Saint Louis Zoo

The Saint Louis Zoo hosts the Big Eyes, Big Minds – International Children’s Film Festival, featuring animated shorts made for kids and sometimes even by kids.

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The Art of Chess

Ever wonder what’s in the World Chess Hall of Fame in St. Louis? Right now, it’s a look at Chess as art. Here is a tour produced by Paul Schankman.

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The Ultimate Fan

From director Nicholas Rousseau, “The Ultimate Fan,” the story of an obsessed St. Louis Blues’ hockey fan.

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Catalyst Coffee Welcomes a New Audience to Local Art

Art St. Louis breaks the mold of the traditional art gallery with a cup of coffee.

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CAM Looks at Identity and Representation with their Spring 2017 Exhibition

CAM Looks at Identity and Representation with their Spring 2017 Exhibition

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Personal Space at Art Saint Louis

Art Saint Louis presents “Personal Space,” a juried exhibition featuring artworks that focus on the human experience and how we interact.

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Reviews of Kill a Mockingbird; Something Rotten!; The Way We Get By; A Doll’s House; others: Feb. 16, 2017.

To Kill a Mockingbird; Something Rotten!; Pump Boys & Dinettes; The Way We Get By; A Doll’s House; To the New Girl; The Ice Fishing Play; One Last Job.

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Reviews of Constellations, Intimate Apparel, Yasmina’s Necklace, Bravura, others: Feb. 2, 2017.

Constellations; Intimate Apparel; La Cenerentola; Yasmina’s Necklace; Little Thing, Big Thing; The Year of the Bicycle; Hell; Bravura; Wake Up, Cameron Dobbs.

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Prime Beauty, a Reflection on the Ferguson Aftermath at Kranzberg Arts Gallery

When you think Ferguson you probably don’t think art. But artist & Wash. U professor Bryce Robinson does to expand what you think you know about his hometown.

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Opera Tastings Delights all Senses

Opera Theatre of Saint Louis presents its 3rd annual series of Opera Tastings.

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Artist Tim Kent; Going to the Dogs!

Paul Schankman visits with artist Tim Kent, who came to painting late in life, but has quickly become known for his unusual acrylic collage portraits of dogs.

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The Foundry Art Centre Embraces Diversity with Arbitrary Color

The Foundry Art Centre’s new exhibit, “Arbitrary Color,” brings together very different pieces into an exhibit celebrating the differences that separate them.

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Colleen’s Cookies

Get an inside look at one of the most delicious spots in town! Paul Schankman visits Colleen’s in Clayton, where cookies are decorated with flair.

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The Bruno David Gallery Continues to Bring a Variety of Modern Art to the St. Louis Region

The Bruno David gallery starts off 2017 with the exhibitions of Leslie Laskey, Damon Freed, Jill Downen, and Sarah Hartford, showing through Feburary 18, 2017.

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Women of the Blues

Women of the Blues: A Coast-To-Coast Collection comes to the Nation Blues Museum.

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Undefined at SOHA Gallery

St. Louis Photographer Susan Bennet’s new project entitled Undefined is on display at SOHA Studio+Gallery.

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Interview with Mallory Nezam: TEDxGatewayArch

Interview with Mallory Nezam about his TEDxGatewayArch Bounce! talk on playing every day.

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Your Link to St. Louis’ Creative Community!

St. Louis’ creative community enriches lives and makes our city a more beautiful place to live. Learn more on State of the Arts.

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Miriam Makeba: Mama Africa the Musical

Mama Africa the Musical, is a play about South African recording artist Miriam Makeba. Makeba played a pivotal role in ending apartheid in South Africa.

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Collab Design Studio

Collab is a design studio committed to creating work that is innovative and unique.

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Reviews of An American in Paris, All My Sons, Lines in the Dust, others: Jan. 19, 2017.

Reviews of An American in Paris, All My Sons, Lines in the Dust, Menopause the Musical, Closer, Sylvia, and Prometheus’ Dream.

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The Dark Knight Returns

A fan film by director Wyatt Weed.

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Beyond the Walls

Better Family Life in St. Louis with artists Chris Green and Cornell McKay brighten up Page Blvd in north St. Louis with the “Beyond the Walls” mural project.

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The Healing Power of Music

And, the 2017 A&E Art Educator of the Year is inspiring students in North County. Meet Harvey Lockhart and see the incredible program he’s created.

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Model Scouts

Top modeling agencies rely on Jeff and Mary Clarke’s uncanny ability to find the next top model. Victoria Babu goes behind the scenes with the fashion scouts.

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The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

We lift the curtain at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, revealing some of the drama that has played out both on-stage and off-stage over the past 50 years.

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