Expect the unexpected during Reset at the Pulitzer. Taking place during short periods between exhibitions,this unconventional series of programs opens the building for new encounters. Reset offers a broad spectrum of immersive and participatory experiences, providing new ways to engage with visual art, music, dance, film and performance in the Pulitzer gallery space.

For the first iteration of Reset, artist David Scanavino transforms the main gallery with a site-specific floor sculpture Candy Crush. Scanavino considers his installations social spaces and invites visitors to move freely on the piece and subsume oneself in its colorful, geometric design.

The Pulitzer and GlitterBomb Productions serve up Resetrealness. L.A.-based performance artist Raja, St. Louis’ Siren, and artists from St. Louis' vibrant drag scene will explore emotion universally evident in facial expressions. Third season winner of RuPaul's Drag Race, Raja describes her drag as “cerebral and provocative.” She strives to blend the masculine and feminine to create an illusion that is not only beautiful, but also thrilling and poetic. Transform yourself with St. Louis' fiercest make-up artists and manicures by Vanity Projects. Stay after the show to meet the performers. 

7 – 10 pm                    Make-up and Manicures

8 – 10 pm                    About Face Drag Show

10 – Midnight              After Party with DJ Charlie Buttons



  • Occurred Saturday, January 25th, 2014 @ 7:00 pm – 12:00 am


The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts

3716 Washington Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63108