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Learn more about creative events happening near you in St. Louis, Missouri.

A collection of arts related events happening around St. Louis each week.

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First Fridays In Grand Center
Jul
5
5:00 PM17:00

First Fridays In Grand Center

Make a night of it! On the first Friday of every month, museums and galleries in Grand Center Arts District are free and open until 9pm. Discover the remarkable array of visual arts in St. Louis's premier neighborhood for arts and culture while enjoying cocktails, conversation, and entertainment.

Each month, select galleries will host unique events in honor of First Fridays. In addition, some galleries may be closed due to exhibition installations. See special events, after party information, and notes below.

NEW FOR 2019:
KDHX presents First Friday DJ Spin as a new addition to First Fridays in Grand Center! Bring your own music to share, listen and drink during happy hour starting at 4 PM. Guest DJs spinning from 7 to 10 PM. The March 1st event features Ken Dussold & Jim Crandall mixing live at the bar at KDHX. For more information, kdhx.org.

PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS:

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
3750 Washington Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63108

International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum
3415 Olive Street, Saint Louis, MO 63103

The Kranzberg Arts Center
501 N Grand Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63103

KDHX
3524 Washington Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63103

Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA), Saint Louis University
3700 West Pine Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63108
(on the campus of Saint Louis University)

Public Media Commons in Grand Center
3653 Olive Street, Saint Louis, MO 63108

Pulitzer Arts Foundation
3716 Washington Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63108

Saint Louis University Museum of Art
3663 Lindell Blvd., Saint Louis, MO 63108

Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries
3648 Washington Blvd., Saint Louis, Missouri 63108-3611

The Dark Room
3610 Grandel Sq., Saint Louis, MO 63103

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First Fridays In Grand Center
Jun
7
5:00 PM17:00

First Fridays In Grand Center

Make a night of it! On the first Friday of every month, museums and galleries in Grand Center Arts District are free and open until 9pm. Discover the remarkable array of visual arts in St. Louis's premier neighborhood for arts and culture while enjoying cocktails, conversation, and entertainment.

Each month, select galleries will host unique events in honor of First Fridays. In addition, some galleries may be closed due to exhibition installations. See special events, after party information, and notes below.

NEW FOR 2019:
KDHX presents First Friday DJ Spin as a new addition to First Fridays in Grand Center! Bring your own music to share, listen and drink during happy hour starting at 4 PM. Guest DJs spinning from 7 to 10 PM. The March 1st event features Ken Dussold & Jim Crandall mixing live at the bar at KDHX. For more information, kdhx.org.

PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS:

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
3750 Washington Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63108

International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum
3415 Olive Street, Saint Louis, MO 63103

The Kranzberg Arts Center
501 N Grand Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63103

KDHX
3524 Washington Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63103

Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA), Saint Louis University
3700 West Pine Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63108
(on the campus of Saint Louis University)

Public Media Commons in Grand Center
3653 Olive Street, Saint Louis, MO 63108

Pulitzer Arts Foundation
3716 Washington Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63108

Saint Louis University Museum of Art
3663 Lindell Blvd., Saint Louis, MO 63108

Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries
3648 Washington Blvd., Saint Louis, Missouri 63108-3611

The Dark Room
3610 Grandel Sq., Saint Louis, MO 63103

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Makers Ball 2019: On Fire!
May
3
6:00 PM18:00

Makers Ball 2019: On Fire!

Save the Date! May 3, 2019
Craft Alliance presents Makers Ball - On Fire!
at the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis.

Craft Alliance transforms lives through craft.
Join us for an evening of fun with live craft demos, hors d'oeuvres, dinner, silent and live auctions. The Makers Ball provides crucial support for education in craft media for all levels of students, regardless of their background, and innovative exhibitions of contemporary craft.
Classy chic and artsy attire.

Honorary Chair and Emcee: Karen Foss

Location: Four Seasons Hotel at Lumiere Place Casino & Hotel
999 N. 2nd Street
St. Louis, MO. 63102

Tickets Available at:
https://craftalliance.org/makers-ball

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SURGE event at Art Saint Louis
Apr
13
6:30 PM18:30

SURGE event at Art Saint Louis

S.U.R.G.E.
Special Event to benefit Art Saint Louis

Join us in the Art Saint Louis gallery on Saturday, April 13, 2019, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., for an evening of art, music, food and drink in support of Art Saint Louis! Now's the time to secure your tickets for SURGE, our one-and-only annual fundraising event, to celebrate and enjoy:

• Live art and live music by St. Louis regional artists.
• Delicious hor d'oeuvres specially paired with a curated selection of premium wines, craft beer, and espresso drink specials by The Vino Gallery, Urban Chestnut Brewing Company, and Catalyst Coffee Bar.
• Early viewing of "Outliers," all media, all styles exhibition featuring works that depict, address, celebrate or are otherwise influenced by that which lies outside the norm.
• Art Saint Louis exclusive program previews - 2019/20 promises to be an exciting season for STL regional visual art! Don't miss this opportunity to see what's happening now and what's in store for the future.

Art Saint Louis is moving our region forward in exciting and innovative ways. Don't miss this special opportunity to see what's happening now and what's in store for the future. Here's your chance to soak up and spur on some fantastic cultural energy!

Reserve your tickets today: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/s-u-r-g-e-tickets-56648957557

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CreativeMornings/St. Louis [WATER]
Mar
22
7:30 AM07:30

CreativeMornings/St. Louis [WATER]

March's Theme is WATER.

💧 “If we don’t protect our waters, then what will happen to life?”

This month’s #CMwater theme was chosen by CreativeMornings/Perth and illustrated by Sofia Varano (sofiavarano.com). We’re exploring WATER with 196 other CreativeMornings chapters around the world this month.

Our Featured Speaker is Jayson Wells.

Jayson Wells is a retired professional basketball player who has an incredible story to share. Jayson graduated from Indiana State University with a degree in Sport Management. He then went on to play professional basketball for 13 seasons. Since retiring from basketball, he’s run his own Skill Development Academy in Atlanta, collaborated with international brands like Nike and Spalding, and has coached and developed some of the top-rated athletes in the world.

Now, he is fulfilling his PURPOSE by taking on the role as an Enhancement Coach to ‘Develop Extraordinary Winners’.

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Young Collectors Contemporary
Mar
21
to Mar 24

Young Collectors Contemporary

  • 1350 Concourse Ave, Memphis, Tennessee 38104 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Memphis's contemporary art fair is back!

Now in its fourth edition, Young Collectors Contemporary is one the most celebrated art events and the perfect destination to discover and buy visual art from emerging artists!

Presented by Young Arts Patrons, the art fair returns to Memphis from 21 – 24 March 2019 and showcases the the genius of a national roster of emerging artists.

The Fair’s ambitious four-day program includes live performances, engaging panel discussions, experimental works, and food and drink from some of Memphis's best restaurateurs and mixologists

Prepare to be immersed in Memphis's most diverse gathering of local and national artists and collectors at the 2019 edition of Young Collectors Contemporary

Purchase tickets here

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Conversation on Arts Education: Innovation in Public Schools
Feb
9
1:00 PM13:00

Conversation on Arts Education: Innovation in Public Schools

Join us for a conversation on the future of arts education in public schools centered on how school leadership defines success, building meaningful community partnerships, and best practices for how arts institutions work with schools.

Participants include Colby Heckendorn, Principal of Patrick Henry Downtown Academy; Miriam Ruiz, School and Community Programs Manager at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis; and Sue Bell Yank, Director of Communications and Outreach at 18th Street Arts Center, Los Angeles. This conversation will be moderated by Roseann Weiss, a St. Louis based strategist focused on the intersections of art and community.

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Sip & Sketch: Cosmic Watercolor with Nick Schleicher
Feb
6
6:30 PM18:30

Sip & Sketch: Cosmic Watercolor with Nick Schleicher

Reach for the stars—with your paintbrush—in an experimental watercolor workshop with artist Nick Schleicher! Explore painting techniques inspired by the cosmic colors in our contemporary art exhibition, "Universal Turf: Peter Manion." This workshop is open to new explorers and seasoned artists.

https://worldchesshof.org/exhibit/universal-turf-peter-manion

Materials provided.

Nick Schleicher (b. 1988) received a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he focused on painting and sculpture in 2011. His work ranges from color field abstractions focused on the process of painting as informed by astronomical imagery to sculptural forms inspired by domestic display. Recent solo exhibitions include Grease 3, Saint Louis, MO; PLAQUE at Granite City Art & Design District, Granite City, IL; Hoffman LaChance Contemporary, Saint Louis, MO; and The Millitzer Gallery, Saint Louis, MO. He currently lives and works in Saint Louis, MO. More info at www.nickschleicher.com.

RSVP required, availability limited to 15 guests.

$5 Admission for WCHOF Members. Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments provided.

For more information or to reserve a spot please email: events@worldchesshof.org.

Metered on-street parking is available, as well as paid lots adjacent to Kingside Diner and at the Schlafly branch of the St. Louis Public Library.

Image: Nick Schleicher, PBB-929, 2018

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First Fridays In Grand Center
Feb
1
5:00 PM17:00

First Fridays In Grand Center

Make a night of it! On the first Friday of every month, museums and galleries in Grand Center Arts District are free and open until 9pm. Discover the remarkable array of visual arts in St. Louis's premier neighborhood for arts and culture while enjoying cocktails, conversation, and entertainment.

A full list of museums and galleries included can be found at firstfridaysgrandcenter.org.

Each month, select galleries will host unique events in honor of First Fridays. In addition, some galleries may be closed due to exhibition installations. See special events, after party information, and notes below.

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Graphic Revolution Symposium
Feb
1
to Feb 2

Graphic Revolution Symposium

This event will be an “academic dive” into the Graphic Revolution exhibition, hearing first hand from artists, printers, publishers, and scholars about the progression of printmaking throughout the last sixty years. We have some amazing speakers that are based in St. Louis, along with artists we are flying into town. 

Here is the event website: https://www.slam.org/event/graphic-revolution-behind-the-scenes-of-the-print-boom-1960-to-now/

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MFA Open Studios
Jan
26
4:00 PM16:00

MFA Open Studios

The public is invited to go behind the scenes at this annual event to meet current Sam Fox School MFA students in their art studios. View work in progress, ask questions, and learn directly from these emerging artists working in painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, combined media, installation, and video. Light refreshments will be provided.

Free and open to the public. Sponsored by Women and the Kemper.

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SLAM Underground: Revolution
Jan
25
7:00 PM19:00

SLAM Underground: Revolution

You say you want a revolution? Your favorite Friday night of the month is BACK on January 25 and you know it's gonna be all right. Immerse yourself in Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now with an evening of radical art, music, art making, and cocktails at the first SLAM Underground of 2019!

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Check back soon for details on music, art activities, and more!
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Screening + Discussion on Mass Incarceration
Jan
18
5:30 PM17:30

Screening + Discussion on Mass Incarceration

Join us for our first community event
Mass incarceration is an a growing costly and harmful phenomena plaguing our nation. CommUNITY Arts Festival, Clark-Family Foundation, and Intersect Arts Center will provide a screening of the Netflix Original Documentary, "13th," and community discussion.

13th SYNOPSIS:
America makes up 5% of the world's population, yet locks up 25% of the world's prisoners. Ava DuVernay's #13TH explores how we got here

JAN 18. 2019, 5:30-8pm
FREE - registration encouraged

SCHEDULE (refreshments provided):
5:30pm - Movie Screening of "13th" (run-time 90min)
7pm - Post- Discussion with Clark-Fox Family Foundation
7:30pm - Community mingle and learn more about CAF

Intersect Arts Center
3636 TEXAS AVE, ST. LOUIS, MO 63118, USA

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Winter Celebrations
Dec
9
10:00 AM10:00

Winter Celebrations

Make the season merry and bright with the Saint Louis Art Museum at Winter Celebrations. This weekend of performances, art activities, and festivities is inspired by the warmth of the season and traditions from around the world. 

*Events with a star * include ASL interpretation.

Saturday, December 8
Create Lab
10 am-4 pm
Grigg Gallery
Drop by the Create Lab in Grigg Gallery and make your own work of art.

Give Lab
10 am-4 pm
Concourse
Make a seasonal card to lift someone’s spirits. Cards created on Saturday will be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities of St. Louis.

Storytelling
10:30-11 am
The Farrell Auditorium
Hear tales by Choctaw storyteller, Suzanne White.

Photo Booth
11 am-2 pm
Sculpture Hall
Capture a special memory in the photo booth.

Member Lounge
1-3 pm
Education Center
Family-level Members and above can enjoy hot cocoa, coffee, and cookies, hear stories from our storyteller, and make a seasonal card.

Community Showcase
Sculpture Hall
11:15 am: Gentlemen of Vision Rites of Passage Enterprises, Inc perform a step routine.
12:15 pm: Dance Center of Kirkwood perform scenes from The Nutcracker.
1:15 pm: Dances of India perform traditional Indian dance.*
3:15-4 pm: St. Louis Christmas Carols Association perform traditional favorites*

Performance
2-3 pm
The Farrell Auditorium
Afriky Lolo perform West African dancing and drumming.*

Sunday, December 9
Create Lab 
10 am-4 pm
Grigg Gallery
Drop by the Create Lab in Grigg Gallery and make your own work of art.

Give Lab
10 am-4 pm
Concourse
Make a seasonal card to lift someone’s spirits. Cards created on Sunday will be donated to the International Institute St. Louis and St. Louis Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center.

Storytelling
10:30-11 am
The Farrell Auditorium
Hear Colombian tales from Carmen Dence with Grupo Atlantico.*

Photo Booth
11 am-2 pm
Sculpture Hall
Capture a special memory in the photo booth.

Cookie Decorating
1-4 pm
Education Center
Design your own tasty work of art on a holiday cookie with Panorama at the Saint Louis Art Museum Executive Chef Ivy Magruder. All supplies provided.

Community Showcase
Sculpture Hall
11:15 am: Webster Groves High School Jazz Band perform holiday tunes.*
12:15 pm: Staam a Cappella from Washington University in St. Louis perform Hebrew and Jewish music.*
1:15 pm: Hispanic Festival, Inc. St. Louis, MO perform traditional dance and music from Latin America
3:15 pm: Normandy High School Jazz Band perform musical hits.

Performance
2:15-3 pm
The Farrell Auditorium
St. Louis Osuwa Taiko perform Japanese drumming.

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Winter Celebrations
Dec
8
10:00 AM10:00

Winter Celebrations

Make the season merry and bright with the Saint Louis Art Museum at Winter Celebrations. This weekend of performances, art activities, and festivities is inspired by the warmth of the season and traditions from around the world. 

*Events with a star * include ASL interpretation.

Saturday, December 8
Create Lab
10 am-4 pm
Grigg Gallery
Drop by the Create Lab in Grigg Gallery and make your own work of art.

Give Lab
10 am-4 pm
Concourse
Make a seasonal card to lift someone’s spirits. Cards created on Saturday will be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities of St. Louis.

Storytelling
10:30-11 am
The Farrell Auditorium
Hear tales by Choctaw storyteller, Suzanne White.

Photo Booth
11 am-2 pm
Sculpture Hall
Capture a special memory in the photo booth.

Member Lounge
1-3 pm
Education Center
Family-level Members and above can enjoy hot cocoa, coffee, and cookies, hear stories from our storyteller, and make a seasonal card.

Community Showcase
Sculpture Hall
11:15 am: Gentlemen of Vision Rites of Passage Enterprises, Inc perform a step routine.
12:15 pm: Dance Center of Kirkwood perform scenes from The Nutcracker.
1:15 pm: Dances of India perform traditional Indian dance.*
3:15-4 pm: St. Louis Christmas Carols Association perform traditional favorites*

Performance
2-3 pm
The Farrell Auditorium
Afriky Lolo perform West African dancing and drumming.*

Sunday, December 9
Create Lab 
10 am-4 pm
Grigg Gallery
Drop by the Create Lab in Grigg Gallery and make your own work of art.

Give Lab
10 am-4 pm
Concourse
Make a seasonal card to lift someone’s spirits. Cards created on Sunday will be donated to the International Institute St. Louis and St. Louis Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center.

Storytelling
10:30-11 am
The Farrell Auditorium
Hear Colombian tales from Carmen Dence with Grupo Atlantico.*

Photo Booth
11 am-2 pm
Sculpture Hall
Capture a special memory in the photo booth.

Cookie Decorating
1-4 pm
Education Center
Design your own tasty work of art on a holiday cookie with Panorama at the Saint Louis Art Museum Executive Chef Ivy Magruder. All supplies provided.

Community Showcase
Sculpture Hall
11:15 am: Webster Groves High School Jazz Band perform holiday tunes.*
12:15 pm: Staam a Cappella from Washington University in St. Louis perform Hebrew and Jewish music.*
1:15 pm: Hispanic Festival, Inc. St. Louis, MO perform traditional dance and music from Latin America
3:15 pm: Normandy High School Jazz Band perform musical hits.

Performance
2:15-3 pm
The Farrell Auditorium
St. Louis Osuwa Taiko perform Japanese drumming.

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First Fridays in Grand Center
Dec
7
5:00 PM17:00

First Fridays in Grand Center

Make a night of it! On the first Friday of every month, museums and galleries in Grand Center - St. Louis are free and open until 9pm. Discover the remarkable array of visual arts in St. Louis's premier neighborhood for culture and entertainment.

A full list of museums and galleries included can be found at firstfridaysgrandcenter.com.

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Collect: An Event for Emerging Collectors
Dec
1
6:00 PM18:00

Collect: An Event for Emerging Collectors

Join us at the gallery as we host an evening for new art collectors and individuals interested in starting an art collection.

Artwork on display from the projects+gallery collection will include contemporary photography, painting, prints and sculpture. Many of the works have never been on view before in the gallery and this is a great opportunity to see what else projects+gallery has available. All work is available at price points below $2,500, with over 25 pieces under $1,000. Complimentary beverages will be provided and this event is free and open to the public.

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Cocktail with the Curators
Nov
28
6:00 PM18:00

Cocktail with the Curators

  • Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Combine a drink with insights into the exhibitions with CAM Executive Director Lisa Melandri, Chief Curator Wassan Al-Khudhairi, and Assistant Curator Misa Jeffereis.

This program is free and exclusively for CAM members. Please register at the ticket link above. Learn more about membership at camstl.org/join.

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Goths at the Art museum.
Nov
18
10:00 AM10:00

Goths at the Art museum.

Just a nice, cold, quiet day at the art museum to help meet new friends and spark our creative minds.

Event Disclaimer. Goths at the Art Museum was not planned by or sponsored by the St.Louis Art Museum. Therefore we do not hold any responsibility to anything that happens to you during your trip to the Art Museum. The rules for the Museum are the main rules for this event. For more on the rules and policies please go to the link below. Things to note are no large backpacks and no food. THIS IS NOT A COSTUME OR COSPLAY EVENT. 

http://www.slam.org/aboutus/policies.php

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Feast Your Eyes: Chef Mike Randolph
Nov
13
6:30 PM18:30

Feast Your Eyes: Chef Mike Randolph

  • Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Tour 6:30 pm / Dinner 7:00 pm

Mike Randolph—chef, restaurateur, and James Beard Award semi-finalist—who transformed the local culinary scene with such destination restaurants as Half & Half, Privado, and Público, creates a four-course dinner inspired by the art on view. Special thanks to L'Ecole Culinaire - St. Louis.

CAM members enjoy $25 off the ticket price. Email mschraier@camstl.org for discount details.

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A Brief History of Planned Obsolescence
Nov
3
8:00 PM20:00

A Brief History of Planned Obsolescence

HEARding Cats Collective is pleased to announce A brief history of planned obsolescence - a three-act / performance art / intermedia / representation of our moment in time.

As media continue to document the representation of our culture, it is the subtle changes in media itself that influence our more implicit psychological and emotional conditions.

Told from the perspective of humans existing between the 20th and 21st centuries, this performance captures ephemeral moments in time where childhood and adulthood coincide with changes in electronic media. As we stumble our way through life and aging, humans are forced to adapt to technological changes that often have little to do with nurturing the human experience. Changes in media are increasingly dictated to society by corporations attempting to maximize profits. When these rapid changes occur - without the approval of the public - supplanted technology disappears from the culture, leaving useful and beautiful media to exist only in the memories of people.

A brief history of planned obsolescence utilizes three levels of the Kerr Foundation. Each level will host a unique performative setting revolving around video formats of the past and present. These video formats represent events in our chronology categorized by the concepts of work, play, and dream. As performances take place corresponding with these events, they are captured and processed in real time by their associated video format: Digital (work), Analog (play), and Vector Scanning (dream).

The discrete performances on each level form a holistic system in which information from one setting is passed to another to initiate kinetic events. Rollerbladers receive instruction from typists and use movement to control sound. Typists are conducted by synthesizers. Aqua creatures play duets with electronic versions of themselves. Ultimately, visitors will see an all St. Louis cast of 12 performers, 8 large-scale projections, multiple multi-channel audio systems, and 3 performance art events.

Organized by Kevin Harris

The following St. Louis artists comprise the cast of performers:

Level 1 (work):
Chad Z Hickman (digital video) 
Shaun Gavin (digital video)
Kevin Harris (sound)
Liz Wolfson (performance)
Jay Allan Babcock (performance)
Ashley Glenn (performance)

Level 2 (play):
Rich O’Donnell (sound)
Chad Eivins (analog video) 
Blake Butler (analog video) 
Stevie Pimblott (performance) 

Level 3 (dream):
Mike Murphy (sound)
Kevin Harris (vector scanning) 
Grace Smith (performance)

With technical assistance by Foveal Media

The event takes place on November 3rd, 8:00 PM @ The William A. Kerr Foundation, 21 O’Fallon Street, St. Louis, MO 63102.

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SLAM Underground: Mash Up
Oct
26
7:00 PM19:00

SLAM Underground: Mash Up

Delve into the fused histories in Kehinde Wiley’s paintings at the next SLAM Underground. We're celebrating Kehinde Wiley: Saint Louis with music, art making, performances, games, and signature cocktails. 

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SEE our new exhibition, Kehinde Wiley: Saint Louis in Galleries 249 & 250
MIX IT UP with a DJ set by Crim Dolla Cray (7 pm - 10 pm)
SIP on our signature cocktail
MAKE a self-portrait collage in the Create Lab
WATCH Smoke City, a documentary by St. Louis filmmaker Cami Thomas, founder of For The Culture TV (7:30 pm)
ASK Cami about her work and process in a Skype Q&A 
DANCE to the tunes of Eric Dontè and special guest DJ Hood Bunny (8:45 pm)
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Free!

Learn more about Kehinde Wiley: Saint Louis: slam.org/kehindewiley
Learn more about Smoke City and Cami Thomas: https://www.ftctvofficial.com/smoke-city

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Arts As Healing Gala VII
Jul
14
6:30 PM18:30

Arts As Healing Gala VII

Enjoy a summer evening of celebration at Duane Reed Gallery and view artwork created by participants of the Arts As Healing program. All of our artists have been touched by cancer or a chronic illness and have benefited from the healing effects of creative expression. 

A general admission ticket includes dinner by Cafe Napoli, dessert, wine/beer and complimentary valet parking. Tickets are $40 online and $50 at the door.

At Gala VII, you will have an opportunity to enter multiple raffles for a chance to win a 50/50 raffle pot and an original piece created by our artists. Our larger collaborative pieces will be available for purchase.

If you are unable to attend, please consider making a donation.

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Family Day Block Party
Jul
14
10:00 AM10:00

Family Day Block Party

Enjoy a day of family-friendly programs throughout the Grand Center Arts District. This summer, the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, the Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries, and the Pulitzer Arts Foundation will be closing down part of Washington Boulevard for a full day of family fun. The event will include a musical showcase of young artists from around the city, a catered barbecue, and an interactive art installation on the grass lot across from the Pulitzer, led by St. Louis artists Sage Dawson and Meghan Grubb. Please check back for a full schedule of events at pulitzerarts.org.

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Let Them Eat Art - The 13th on the 13th!
Jul
13
6:00 PM18:00

Let Them Eat Art - The 13th on the 13th!

Take a self-guided tour through the streets of Historic Downtown Maplewood for the 13th Annual Let Them Eat Art on Friday, July 13th from 6 PM to 11 PM. Enjoy food & drink by Maplewood's award-winning food purveyors. Live art demonstrations, music, entertainment, kids' activities and surprises abound at Maplewood's whimsical tribute to Bastille Day!

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Telescope viewing at the Missouri Botanical Garden
Jul
9
7:00 PM19:00

Telescope viewing at the Missouri Botanical Garden

On July 9th SLAS will set up solar and regular telescopes at Flora Borealis. Sunset not until 8:30pm so plenty of time to enjoy the garden before dark

The Missouri Botanical Garden is hosting a special exhibit this summer, Flora Borealis, opening June 29. The multimedia experience will be feature lights, projection, sound, and interactive elements in the Garden at night.

http://events.missouribotanicalgarden.org/flora

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First Fridays in Grand Center
Jul
6
5:00 PM17:00

First Fridays in Grand Center

Make a night of it! On the first Friday of every month, museums and galleries in Grand Center - St. Louis are free and open until 9:00 pm. Discover the remarkable array of visual arts in St. Louis's premier neighborhood for culture and entertainment.

A full list of museums and galleries included can be found at firstfridaysgrandcenter.com.

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Art in the Garden Tour
Jun
30
9:00 AM09:00

Art in the Garden Tour

  • 1911 South 12th Street St. Louis, MO, 63104 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

2018 Soulard “Art in the Garden” Tour

Soulard - The 2018 Soulard “Art in the Garden” Tour will be Saturday, June 30 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. This self-guided tour will begin and conclude at the Soulard Station at 1911 S. 12th Street. The tour will feature eight private gardens. Each garden will host local musicians providing an entertaining backdrop and a local artist creating an original work of art inspired by the environment around them. At the conclusion of the tour, visitors are welcome to return to the Soulard Station where they may listen to live music while relaxing in the wine garden. Pieces of art created by the featured artists will also `be available for viewing and purchase. 

The tour benefits the Beautification Committee of the Soulard Restoration Group. Tickets are $15 per person when purchased in advance online atwww.soulard.org. Tickets may also be purchased for $18 per person the day of the tour at the Soulard Station (1911 S. 12th Street).

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Grand Center Theatre Crawl 2018
Jun
29
to Jun 30

Grand Center Theatre Crawl 2018

The "tapas" of St. Louis theatre! A FREE tasting menu of the best of St. Louis theater, featuring over 20 professional companies from St. Louis! Sign in, then stroll to a different Grand Center venue every 1/2 hour for a short show.

Sponsored by Wells Fargo Advisors. Presented by St. Louis Public Radio, the Kranzberg Arts Foundation. and Grand Center

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