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.
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.
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.
Theatre of the Deaf Returns to STLCC-FV
Theatre of the Deaf at STLCC – Florissant Valley presents Arsenic and Old Lace November 2017.
Third Degree Glass Factory Celebrates 15 Years
Third Degree Glass Factory – a studio, gallery and event space located on Delmar Boulevard in St. Louis – celebrated its 15th anniversary on October 20.
Golden Hour at Art St. Louis
The Golden Hour exhibit at Art St. Louis featured the work of 39 regional artists who conveyed the magic of golden hour.
Boo at the Zoo Treats St. Louis to a Ghoulish Good Time
The Saint Louis Zoo celebrates Halloween with spooky decorations, family fun, and night time animal encounters with Boo at the Zoo.
Muny 100th Season Announcement
The Muny celebrates 100 years of outdoor musical theatre in 2018. Find out what shows are in the season lineup, and how to be a part of the celebration.
Women Wrapped in Bows, Transitional Imagery, and Celestial Art at the Bruno David Gallery
For October and November, Bruno David hosts Heather Bennett, Chris Kahler, and Leslie Laskey in his Clayton gallery.
Quilt National ’17 at The Foundry Art Centre
These aren’t you grandmother’s quilts! Quilt National ’17 continues at The Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles, MO now through December 1, 2017.
Hispanic Celebration in Soulard Park
The Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival at Soulard Park which will be celebrates Hispanic heritage by providing entertainment, drinks, foods, and more!
Bruno David Brings a Taste of the Los Angeles Art Scene to St. Louis
Bruno David Gallery’s opens its 12th season by taking a trip to the west coast with “In Pono” and “Los Angeles Paint: Formalism to Street Art.”
Tensions High in St. Louis, Many Looked to the Sky
Dozens of hot air balloons lined art hill Friday as crowds gathered in anticipation of the 45th annual Great Forest Park Balloon Glow.
CeramATTACKII at Duane Reed Gallery
With motivations beyond pure form and function, the selected artists fuse contemporary aesthetics with a traditional art form.
Kemper Art Museum Investigates Renaissance Prints and Psychological Healing
The Kemper Art Museum at Washington University presents a rarely seen collection of renaissance and baroque prints and a video installation by Kader Attia.
Panoramas of the City at Missouri History Museum
Panoramas of the City is the newest exhibit at the Missouri History Museum that gives visitors a look at images of the city’s history like never before.
Sensuality, Globalism, Ghosts, and a Controversial Violin Inhabit SLAM’s “A Century of Modern Japanese Prints”
“A Century of Japanese Prints” at the St. Louis Art Museum focuses on art of the 20th and 21st century.
St. Louis Artist Tackles White Supremacy
St. Louis artist Sarah Paulsen tackles the issues of white supremacy and white identity in America in her exhibit “White Ghosts” at the Kranzberg Arts Center.
We Are All Targets – Don’t Shoot Exhibit at STLCC-FV
Contemporary Art Gallery at STLCC-FV hosts the works Margi Weir in her new exhibit “We Are All Targets – Don’t Shoot.”
Celebrating Independent Art with St. Lou Fringe
The St. Lou Fringe Festival delivers one of a kind performances in a variety of genres over the course of two weekends.
Interpretations on Alice in Wonderland at Art Saint Louis
Rabbit Hole at Art Saint Louis focuses on the ideas of fantasy, whimsy, imagination, and sense of wonder.
St. Louis Communities Join Forces for Hope
Watch how Clean Sweep 2, sponsored by Better Family Life, demonstrates care and compassion to the residence of the city’s most challenged neighborhoods.
The Foundry Brings Together the Written Word and Visual Art With Context II
The Foundry Art Centre merges literature and visual arts for the second year with Context II.
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“Hand of Fate” Resurrects the Past in New Exhibit
“Hand of Fate” shows at Mad Art Gallery in Soulard.
17th Annual Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase
Area filmmakers have their works shown in the 17th Annual Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase presented by Cinema St. Louis.
The Dark Room Explores a New Medium with Textile Art
In “Weaving as Ritual and Art,” the Dark Room adds Emily Oliver’s textiles to their usual repertoire of photography and performing arts.
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Men’s Fashion Takes Center Stage at SLAM
The St. Louis Art Museum presents “Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715-2015,” an exhibition which examines the evolution of the male form and appearance.
Free Summer Concert Series at Missouri Botanical Garden Draws Crowds
The Whitaker Music Festival at the Missouri Botanical Garden celebrates its 24th year of bringing local music to St. Louis audiences.
Diversity, Individuality, and Understanding Take Center Stage at Kranzberg Arts Gallery with Artists First
Kranzberg Arts Center presents Artists First: Variation and Adaptations, an exhibit highlighting the work of artists with disabilities.
Blue Black at Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Influential American artist Glenn Ligon offers a lyrical meditation on the colors blue and black.
Vita Eruhimovitz: Un/Virtual at The Sheldon
The Sheldon is currently featuring the works of Vita Eruhimovitz, a multimedia artist exploring the complicated relation between the physical and virtual world.
Time Flies at Circus Flora
St. Louis’ own Circus Flora is back with a time traveling adventure for the whole family.
Shakespeare Festival 2017: Diversity in Plot and Players
This year’s Shakespeare Festival features “The Winter’s Tale.” But the actors telling it also have their own story to share about diversity and the classics.
The Missouri Botanical Garden Mesmerizes with Garden of Glass
Inspired by nature, Craig Mitchell Smith has crafted thirty glass sculptures especially for the Missouri Botanical Garden.