A local bespoke heirloom business provides customers with a unique way to honor and cherish those they love.
Cherokee Street’s small but spunky visual art showcase opens its latest exhibit, “An Unusable Archive," which runs through Aug. 28.
Almost two decades after the fact, 9/11 continues to haunt many Americans – as the disturbing architectural vista of Nancy Newman Rice’s After…
Shani Black, who is often traveling between Los Angeles and St. Louis, received two nominations for each of her shows at this year’s Daytime E…
A book written collaboratively by an area author has been released, giving young readers a glimpse into the world of a famed glass blower.
Sharon Hunter founded the group in order to allow metro arts organizations to strategize together on how to safely resume operations.
Get a glimpse into the mind of Ladue artist Barb Flunker.
As St. Louis ArtWorks celebrates a milestone, its outgoing executive director reflects on the nonprofit’s past and anticipates its future.
The COVID-19 Memory Project will be shared first online and later in public performances as part of the company’s 2020-21 season.
According to the press release, safety precautions are in place to comply with guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
This sculpture originated not in monstrosity but in empathy, explains its creator, St. Charles resident Deanne Row.
The woman behind Barrett Barrera Projects shares insight into her artistic works and how COVID-19 affects the arts community moving forward.
With help from a West County film production company, the area’s prestigious annual theatrical awards proceeded virtually despite COVID-19.
Local volunteers and innovators are amassing face shields by using 3D printers and small-batch supplies donated by the community.
Cedarhurst Senior Living is aiming to bring joy to its residents and to support local musicians by introducing 45-minute courtyard concerts to…
A “guardian angel” donation from a longtime board member is providing hope to one of the area’s preeminent arts organizations.
The metro area survived a disaster like the coronavirus pandemic 171 years ago, as an upcoming livestream establishes.
An area sculptural artist of breathtaking talent and intellect discusses his latest work, which the gallery has displayed virtually through an…
For almost three decades, a remarkable amalgam of art, architecture and history has sheltered in Marsha and Dave Schuman’s posh Creve Coeur home.
Dubbed by one reviewer “the most distinguished scholar of Michelangelo now working,” William E. Wallace will be discussing and signing advance…
Scheduled for Aug. 25 and 26, the Festival of Nations will unite people of all backgrounds, representing more than 60 ethnicities, in a two-da…
Laumeier Sculpture Park will have a prominent new figure starting in August: Lauren Ross has been named its new executive director.