“Feelings of Home: A Need to Simplify” at the High Low Evokes an Atmosphere of Maternal Reflection
Hayveyah McGowan honors her grandmothers’ legacies with “Feelings of Home: A Need to Simplify” at the High Low Literary Arts Café and Gallery.
“It Hits Home” Takes on Domestic Life During Covid-19
“It Hits Home” at the Kranzberg focuses on family life amid the pandemic with art by Christine A. Holtz and Jessica Witte.
The World Chess Hall of Fame Presents Dare to Know and Drawn Games
The World Chess Hall of Fame is open again with new exhibits showcasing chess in the age of enlightenment and chess posters from around the world.
Golf the Galleries Returns to The Sheldon
Golf the Galleries at The Sheldon is a mini golf course designed by area artists featuring everything from giant food and boardgames to nature and fashion.
The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum Celebrates 55 Years in Latest Exhibit
Patricia Wente and David Hanlon discuss “Masterworks: Highlights from the IPHF Collection” at The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum.
Art Saint Louis Presents Life Interrupted
This new digital exhibit presented by Art Saint Louis features 52 works by area artists during the 2020 pandemic stay at home order.
Saint Louis Zoo Reopens After Covid Shutdown
The Saint Louis Zoo is open again! What do you need to know before visiting? What new rules are in place? How are animals being protected from the pandemic?
St. Louis Artists’ Guild Reopens with Clearly Human IV
Clearly Human IV is a juried exhibition at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild featuring art that explores what it means to be human.
St. Louis Artists’ Guild’s First Virtual Exhibit: Art in Isolation
The St. Louis Artists’ Guild’s first virtual exhibit showcases art that was done right before and during the quarantine.
Stories of the Pandemic: A Digital Archive by the Missouri Historical Society
The Missouri Historical Society is asking St. Louisans to contribute their stories of how they’ve faced the COVID-19 pandemic to a new digital archive.