Spotlight: WePower, President Eisenhower & Global Wildlife Surveillance

    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 meet visual artist Edo Rosenblith, learn about a group who is working to foster community power, hear from President Eisenhower’s granddaughter, see the newest exhibit at the Foundry Arts Centre that explores COVID, discover how scientists are working in the Amazon in the hopes of preventing another global pandemic, and find out just how successful the Arts United STL event was.

    Drawing with Edo Rosenblith
    Edo Rosenblith is a St. Louis visual artist. Learn about his style, how he got started and what inspires him.

    WEPOWER, the Power of Change
    WEPOWER hopes to foster community power is by focusing on early childhood education. For more information about their efforts in 2020 visit

    How Ike Led: A Timely Book for Uncertain Times
    In her new book, “How Ike Led,” President Eisenhower’s Granddaughter Susan looks at key inflection points in her grandfather’s life.

    Global Impact: The Wake of Covid at the Foundry Art Centre
    The Foundry Art Centre’s newest exhibit explores the emotional and societal effects covid has had through contemporary works by artists from around the world. For more information visit

    Global Wildlife Surveillance and Pathogen Screening Could Provide Early Warning for Next Pandemic
    In the Amazon rainforest of southeastern Peru, Gideon Erkenswick, PhD, and his team collect biological samples from wildlife populations of bats and primates.

    Schankman’s St. Louis: Arts United STL Benefit a Smashing Success!
    A recent benefit for local artists called Arts United STL, live streamed on the internet and simulcast by HEC-TV, raises $350,000 for the Artist Relief Fund.

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