Spotlight: The 1904 World’s Fair, Music Industry in STL, & Improved Veterinary Care

    In this week’s episode, learn about The World’s Fair like never before thanks to a new book, discover where you can find relics from The World’s Fair still standing today including some unexpected places, art that explores joy and curiosity after burnout, a new online program designed to help improve veterinary care in Missouri and beyond, two artists you can meet at the 2024 Laumeier Art Fair, and a former rock n’ roll roadie bringing the music industry back to St. Louis.

    Prelude to a Century: A New Look at St. Louis’s 1904 World’s Fair
    Author Patrick Murphy revisits the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis in a large new book titled “Prelude to a Century.” It goes on sale everywhere in April 2024.

    History Spotlight: World’s Fair Still Standing
    Despite the majority of structures being dismantled after the 1904 World’s Fair, traces of its legacy persist throughout St. Louis.

    Spring Exhibitions at CAM STL
    Now on view at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis is Paul Chan’s Breathers exhibition.

    Improving veterinary care through MU’s online Bachelor of Science program for vet techs
    There are only three bachelor of science completion programs nationwide, and Mizzou’s program is the only one at a college of veterinary medicine.

    Meet the Artist: Jeremy Segel-Moss
    Meet Jeremy Segel-Moss, a former musician turned ceramic artist. Jeremy talks about the similarities between creating music and working in ceramics, and about his goal to incorporate art into every aspect of people’s lives.

    Meet the Artist: Norman Spencer
    Meet Norman Spencer, a printmaker working in St. Louis whose woodcuts and linocuts take inspiration from nature and architecture.

    The Gateway City’s Encore: A Roadie’s Story
    The Gateway City’s Encore: A Roadie’s Story is the story of a former rock n’ roll roadie who is bringing music industry back to St. Louis.