An Emmy winning look at the life and work of native St. Louisian, Al Hirschfeld- through a special exhibition at the Sheldon Art Gallery that explores the artist’s lifelong fascination with jazz and the musical arts.
The graceful art of aerial silks is a dance performed while soaring through the air. Aerial silks is a form of creative expression that is physically challenging and empowering. Bumbershoot Aerial Arts teaches to students of all ages and levels.
The controversy over the Flanagan South Pipeline project in Missouri, a bizarre tale of the “Red Scare” of the 1950’s and an android fantasy – three short films from Webster University film students on this month’s “Frames.”
Canadian born Blues artist Anthony Gomes shares his love for Blues with HEC TV. The Blues originated in African-American communities of the “Deep South” at the end of 19th century, but Gomes talks about the evolutionary process of the Blues, it’s newfound musicians and audience.
December Frames bring you five short films ranging from humor to horror, existential angst to heroism, all of which were featured at the recent St. Louis International Film Festival, all by young area filmmakers.