Scheduled for Aug. 25 and 26, the Festival of Nations will unite people of all backgrounds, representing more than 60 ethnicities, in a two-day celebration with food, music and dancing in St. Louis’ Tower Grove Park.
Laumeier Sculpture Park will have a prominent new figure starting in August: Lauren Ross has been named its new executive director.
Named after aurora borealis, “Flora Borealis” will play with light and multimedia elements to showcase the garden’s beauty.
Twelve-year-old graphic design firm Cheree Berry Paper recently launched its first storefront.
“Henri Matisse: Prints and Drawings” runs until June 1 at Clayton’s Greenberg Gallery and involves drawings, lithographs, etchings, drypoints, aquatints and linocuts.
As it has each year since 2000, the Saint Louis Art Museum will welcome spring gracefully with a festival celebrating both fine art and botany: Art in Bloom.
Element executive pastry chef, Tyler Davis, has been invited to compete on Food Network’s popular Halloween Baking Championship program.
As Dance St. Louis enters its 52nd season of bringing world-class professional dance to St. Louis, patrons will be enjoying performances at the historic Grendel Theatre.
Since 1995, Corinne Melancon has been a favorite in STAGES St. Louis productions.
A visual artist living and working in St. Louis, Andrea Henry Tharian received her Bachelor of Arts degree in enameling from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2007.
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