In this week’s episode, a critically acclaimed author talks about her powerful crime series full of mysteries (@STLCoLibrary); celebrating photographers that have propelled the industry forward; inside the new multi-sensory studio at the JCC designed to those with sensory processing issues; how a local hospital helps its patients take care of their pets; an inside look of the Houska Gallery’s Winter Group show featuring 47 artists; and an artist, composer, conductor and teacher talks about his craft.
“Blackwater Falls” with author Ausma Zehanat Kahn
The gruesome murder of a young immigrant girl in a small Colorado town finds a trio of Muslim, Latina and Black investigators working to solve the crime.
2022 Hall of Fame Induction and Awards Exhibition at IPHF
The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum’s 2022 Hall of Fame Induction and Awards Exhibition is currently on show in Grand Center in St. Louis, Missouri. The 2022 class of inductees includes Edward Burtynsky, Chester Higgins, Graciela Iturbide, Helen Levitt, Danny Lyon, and Sarah Moon. Also being recognized are the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) and IPHF Visionary Awardee Kyle Huber.
JCC’s New Sensory Studio
The Jewish Community Center has developed a new Sensory Studio, to help those with developmental disabilities who may encounter sensory processing challenges.
Mercy Pet Peace of Mind Program Helps Hospice Patients and Their Pets
Mercy Pet Peace of Mind is keeping dogs, cats and people together as long as possible during the end-of-life transition through Mercy Hospice.
Forty Five & Tiff J Sutton at Houska Gallery
Forty Five is Houska Gallery’s Winter Group Show and it is bigger than ever with 47 artists selected for the first time through an open call at the gallery.
Gary Gackstatter: Composer, Conductor, Artist and Teacher
Gary talks about how he is an artist, a composer and a conductor and how music effects all three aspects of his life.