Part 1, 2009
2009 Parkway Digital Film Fest
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The Best of State of the Arts
A special edition featuring the best of State of the Arts since it premiere in 2007. The stories for this episode were chosen based on viewer feedback.
Sibling Piano Virtuosos, Outdoor Performance Perils, and Rock and Roll Sound, June 2009
This edition of State of the Arts comes from the Laumeier Sculpture Park.
William Clark-The Further Journey
Explores the life of William Clark. Hear from the film’s director Jim Scott in an in-depth interview with Liquid Light host Eleanor Mullin.
Ming Dynasty Exhibit, The Disability Project, The Dublin Philharmonic Orchestra, and more, April 2009
This edition of State of the Arts comes from the Saint Louis Art Museum.
John Pizzarelli Quartet at Jazz at the Bistro, Dizzy Atmosphere, and the Glendale Jazz Festival, November 2009
7 String guitar master John Pizzarelli, son of Bucky Pizzarelli, and his quartet perform Jazz Standards with the University of Missouri – St. Louis Jazz Ensemble
Special Archives Edition with Unreleased Performances from the 1st Season, & ‘Building Blocks of Jazz’ Makes it’s Premier, March 2009
Show archives, improvisation and new segment on jazz education, The Building Blocks of Jazz with Jazz St. Louis Education Director Phil Dunlap.
Tango in St. Louis, Economy & Local Artists, and more, February 2009
This edition of State of the Arts comes from the City Museum.
John Waters, Flamenco Society of St. Louis, Architect Rocio Romero, and more, December 2008
This edition of State of the Arts comes from the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center.
Art, Design, and Music from the Cool Jazz era, Live from the Contemporary Art Museum, November 2008
Recorded Live at the Mildred Lane Kemper Contemporary Art Museum on the campus of Washington University-St. Louis, this program features art, design, and music from the Cool jazz era.
Missouri Inspired Artist, French Connected Singer, and River Guided Trails, August 2008
This edition of State of the Arts comes from the St Louis Artists’ Guild.
Gaslight Square Jazz Scene with Jeannie Trevor and Dave Venn, August 2008
Gaslight Square jazz scene is the theme. History of this once vibrant arts and music district in St. Louis, live performances from vocalist Jeannie Trevor and jazz pianist Dave Venn.
Political Theater, Modern Monk, Recycled Art, October 2008
This edition of State of the Arts comes from The Marianist's Galleries.
Magical Muny, Local Jazz Genius, and Opera Theater Changes, June 2008
This edition of State of the Arts comes from The Muny.
The Avalon Theater Group, Kemper Art Museum, Laumeier Sculpture Park and Joneal Joplin, April 2008
This edition of State of the Arts comes from the Sheldon Concert Hall.
Riverboat Jazz with Jeanie Kitrell ,the Rivermen, Trio Tres Bien, and Oscar Peterson, April 2008
Riverboat Jazz history and live performances by Dr. Jeanie Kitrell and the Rivermen. Tribute to the late Oscar Peterson.
Top St. Louis Producers, Laumeier Additions, Hip Hop Connections, January 2008
This edition of State of the Arts comes from the Fabulous Fox Theatre.
Major Films, Martial Arts Music, and the St Louis Maestro, September 2007
History of St. Louis Jazz with Willie Akins, December 2007
History of Ragtime in St. Louis. Features live performances from period including Willie Atkins
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Javier Mendoza, Ansel Adams, and William Shakespeare, June 2007
Harold Sistrunk and Judy Redlich discuss with Host Eleanor Mullin the process they went through in the making of the picture “Focus”
Ridley Pearson, Reality Art, and St. Louis Ballet, March 2007
Meet Peter Martin, Tom Byrne and Anat and brother Avishal Cohen, January 2009
Meet jazz pianist, Peter Martin. Peter has toured with Wynton Marsalis, Chris Botti, Joshua Redman and others plus Tom Byrne, jazz professor at Webster University
A film about the history and culture of the oldest standing Catholic church west of the Mississippi to the Rocky Mountains St. Ferdinand’s Shrine.