In this week’s episode, one-of-a-kind wood furniture by a local artist made from fallen trees on his fourth-generation family farm in Dow, Illinois; the piano player behind some very well known musicians; art work from local artists that explores the idea of self reflection; a unique approach that helps farmers save time and money by producing crops without soil; a look at Day and Dream in Modern Germany, 1914-1945 showcasing 17 German artists; and the history of St. Louis cartoons and newspaper comics with artist Dan Martin.
Turning the Tables
David Stine crafts one-of-a-kind wood furniture for restaurants and homes around the country, all made from fallen trees on his fourth-generation family farm in Dow, Illinois. For more stories like this one visit thestl.com.
Author Paul Ford Discusses “Lord Knows, At Least I Was There: Working with Stephen Sondheim”
Interview with Broadway pianist, Paul Ford, discussing his autobiography, “Lord Knows, At Least I Was There: Working with Stephen Sondheim.”
Personal History at Art Saint Louis
Personal History is the new multimedia juried group show at Art Saint Louis. In this exhibit artists from the St. Louis region explore ideas of self and identity through their works. Personal History continues at Art Saint Louis through February 15, 2023. To learn more please visit www.artstlouis.org.
The Future of Livestock Feed Introduced at Trilateral AgriFood Innovation Symposium in St. Louis
The self-contained PastureBox system can produce up to 3,000 pounds of premium fresh-sprouted livestock feed every day.
Day & Dream at the Saint Louis Art Museum
Day & Dream in Modern Germany, 1914–1945 is a new exhibit at SLAM showcasing works by 17 German artists creating during the years between the two world wars.
The History of St. Louis Cartoons and Newspaper Comics with Dan Martin
The stories and significance of 5 newspapermen/cartoonists with St. Louis ties.