Bill Smith Artist/Inventor
Bill Smith studies the design of nature through art. Julie Tristan shows us how he does this using his background in biology, chemistry & diesel mechanics!
Not Your Grandma’s Roller Derby!
Roller Derby is back on track! And St. Louis is one of the best derby cities in the world. Find out when the revival began and why it is popular again.
FREEDOM | MADCO
Under the Artistic Direction of Stacy West, MADCO has a commitment to collaborations and to commissioning work that makes an impact.
Academy of Nature and Wildlife Arts
The Academy of Nature and Wildlife Arts reaches back to the training philosophy techniques of the Old Masters: reuniting the studies of art and science.
That Uppity Theatre Company is known for their bold productions that hope to instigate social change. Climate change is their latest endeavor.
Festival of Lessons and Carols
HEC-TV presents the “Festival of Lessons and Carols” with Archdiocesan Choirs and Archbishop Robert J. Carlson from the Basilica St. Louis.
ArtsTheaterTwo on the Aisle
Reviews of The Marvelous Wonderettes, Fences, School of Rock, The Meeting, others: Jan. 18, 2018.
The Marvelous Wonderettes, Fences, School of Rock, The Meeting, Menopause the Musical, In the Shadow of the Glen, Legato, and Picasso at the Lapin Agile.
Debby Lennon Interview and Reviews of Rodgers+Hammerstein’s Cinderella and Oddville: A Love Story?: Dec. 22, 2016
Debby Lennon Interview and Reviews of Rodgers+Hammerstein’s Cinderella and Oddville: A Love Story?.
Brock Seals: New Artist, Old Soul
Brock Seals is a St. Louis musician and visual artist who combines his painting with rap to create his artwork.
Anheuser-Busch Brewery Lights
The Brewery Lights display at Anheuser-Busch Brewery is a free event for families and friends to come together and celebrate the holidays in St. Louis.
Free Family Winter Celebration at the Saint Louis Art Museum
The Saint Louis Art Museum combines winter holiday traditions from around the world with a free weekend event.
Memory: Joy and Loss, an artist look at Alzheimer’s Disease
Framations’ new exhibit Memory: Joy and Loss examines memory and it’s function in our lives.
Fugue: Local film written and directed by 15 year old director, Gabe Sheets
Go behind the scenes of upcoming short film, Fugue: the action-packed story of one man’s frantic search for truth after he suffers sudden memory loss.
State of the Arts at the Muny
State of the Arts celebrates the Muny’s 100th in a show with an eclectic lineup featuring Bret Michaels, Jeanne Trevor and spiritual art by Buddhist monks.
Central West End Window Walk
Get into the holiday season spirit with this visit to the Central West End Window Walk. It’s the 8th year for the event and it is bigger and better than ever.
Fun, Skating, and a Heartwarming Tale at the Grandel Theatre
Metro Theater Company’s production of “Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates” at the Grandel Theatre.
Jeanne Trevor-Jazz Singer
Jeanne Trevor’s called “St. Louis’ First Lady of Jazz.” A veteran of the once vibrant Gaslight Square in Midtown during the 1960’s, Trevor’s still performing.
The Saint Louis Zoo Goes Wild for the Holidays
The “U.S. Bank Wild Lights” celebration offers Saint Louis an opportunity to enjoy Winter holidays at the zoo.
Buddhist Sand Mandala
A World Peace Sand Mandala was created by Buddhist monks over three days at Webster University.
Schankman’s St. Louis: Free Portraits for K-9 Cops!
Paul Schankman shows us a remarkably talented local artist who is doing something equally remarkable: Creating free portraits of police dogs for their partners.
Heart Quartet Spreads Healthy Message Note by Note
Juilliard graduate and local cardiac surgeon teams up with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra to spread heart-healthy message to audiences around St. Louis.
Winter Wonderland Astonishes St. Louis for 32 Years
Saint Louis County Parks presents Winter Wonderland at Tilles Park. For over 30 years this ever expanding holiday light display has wowed young and old alike.
Andréa Stanislav Brings Cosmism to the Bruno David Gallery
Andréa Stanislav explores themes of Russian Cosmism through sculpture, collage, and text construction at the Bruno David Gallery.
Missouri Botanical Garden Glow Bigger Than Ever
Paul Schankman takes on an arm chair tour of this year’s Garden Glow holiday lights display, which features more than one million lights on a 1.3 mile path.
Reviews of Souvenir, Remnant, The Flick, Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates, The Nutcracker, Make a Joyful Noise, and Lysistrata: Dec. 21, 2017
The Nutcracker, Make a Joyful Noise, and Lysistrata.
Reviews of Miss Bennet, A Behanding in Spokane, Steel Magnolias, A Jewish Joke, The King and I, others: Dec. 7, 2017.
Reviews of Miss Bennet, A Behanding in Spokane, Steel Magnolias, A Jewish Joke, Sister’s Christmas Catechism, The King and I, and The Merchant of Venice.
The Medium and the Message: Currents 114 at the Saint Louis Art Museum
The Saint Louis Art Museum launches its 114th iteration of “Currents” with the work of Matt Saunders.
Eminent Domain/Displaced is a multimedia exhibition of place, portraiture, and landscape at the Griot Museum of Black History.
International Photography Hall of Fame Honorees 2017
Nine artists are selected each year for induction into the Hall of Fame. This year Kenny Rogers was honored with the first ever Lifetime Achievement Award.
St. Louis Artists’ Guild presents Reclaim
The St. Louis Artists’ Guild’s new exhibit Reclaim features works from regional artists made from recycled, renewed, and repurposed materials.
Nationally renowned artist Mary Engelbreit talks about her cards, calendars and books as well as her new social justice artwork and Mary Engeldark collection
Exhibit Honors U.S. Team’s First Chess Olympiad Victory in 40 Years
Members of the U.S. team that beat 180 countries to win gold share their stories at the World Chess Hall of Fame’s exhibit featuring chess olympiad artifacts.
Survivor Story: 40th Anniversary for the Riverfront Times
This Fall the Riverfront Times reaches its 40th anniversary. For a weekly paper in today’s media environment, it’s a big accomplishment. It’s a survivor story.
Jewelry & Glass Mosaic Artist Can Create Art On Any Object
Most people might look at jewelry as a stylish accessory but Barbara Lillis sees it as art. Julie Tristan show us how she creates on anything and everything!
Tailored Landscapes at Laumeier Sculpture Park
Ghana native Yvonne Osei creates a large-scale photo installation blending textile and landscape for the Laumeier Sculpture Park.
Missouri History Museum hosts Dia de los Muertos
Learn about Dia de los Muertos at the Missouri History Museum through Day of the Dead–inspired artwork, live music, face painting, and much more.
SLAM Explores the Art of Innovation with “Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics”
“Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics” at the Saint Louis Art Museum examines our world in the era of rapid technological change.
Drawing in 19th Century Japan at the Pulitzer
Living Proof is the latest exhibition from the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St. Louis and features drawings from 19th century Japanese artists.
Unique Local Art Courtesy of St. Lou Fringe
St. Lou Fringe is a multi-day arts festival in August that celebrates a wide variety of independent artists.
Theatre of the Deaf Returns to STLCC-FV
Theatre of the Deaf at STLCC – Florissant Valley presents Arsenic and Old Lace November 2017.