Spotlight: Fashion, Sisters & Art

    HEC Media’s Spotlight program airs every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on Channel 11, and showcases St. Louis’ finest contributions to art, education, and culture. In this week’s episode we dive into the history of the St. Louis garment district through a new book by Reedy Press, learn about an innovative knitwear factory in Grand Center and how the St. Louis Fashion Fund convinced them to move here, discover why artists are hitting the streets of Webster Groves, hear from author Sally Hepworth about her heartwarming sinister psychological thriller, explore Nncient Nubia at the St. Louis Art Museum and go behind the scenes of a new artist incubator hub The Gem.

    Not Quite Out of Fashion
    A new book titled “Ready to Wear” is bringing to life the history of St. Louis’ Garment District — long gone, but not forgotten. And maybe not gone forever.

    This St. Louis Fashion Company Is Changing The Game For Fashion & Manufacturing
    Evolution STL, a new green, innovative knitwear factory in Grand Center, is changing the entire knitwear and manufacturing sector.

    Paint Webster
    Paint Webster is an annual plein air art event hosted by Webster Arts every May.

    Lipstick, Swingers Parties and “Mustard in Ink”: An Authentic Chat with Author Sally Hepworth
    International bestselling author Sally Hepworth chats about her varied writing process, her latest book “The Good Sister” and her creative highs and lows.

    Ancient Nubia Comes to the Saint Louis Art Museum
    The Saint Louis Art Museum hosts an exhibition on Ancient Nubia, a collection from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

    The Gem: An Artist Incubator Hub
    The Gem, created by Muhammad “Mvstermind” Austin, is a private rental space designated for artists to continue creating and performing amidst COVID-19.

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