A New York City-based organization is partnering with CAM as it strives to expand opportunities and foster "a stronger future for all women in the arts."
Michael Eastman’s cyanotypes grace Duane Reed Gallery in St. Louis’ Central West End neighborhood in an exhibition that will run slightly more than a month.
This student-led publication features variegated pieces of art from high schoolers throughout the metro area, including fiction, poetry and music.
The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum in St. Louis is showcasing an impactful exhibition by photographer Jerry Tovo.
The youth arts organization will use creative dance, song, design and other activities to deliver factual content and effective messaging about COVID-19 vaccines.
The Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri partnered with Laumeier Sculpture Park to help create a Rose River Memorial honoring those who died in Missouri because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The park hosted a reception and dedication event on March 6, revealing the installation located on the outside…
A photo by Julia López looks toward the horizon at dusk on Washington Avenue in St. Louis’ Downtown West neighborhood, "documenting the historical context of the St. Louis urban and industrial spaces."
Craft Alliance plans to expand this summer with a 750-square-foot studio devoted to print and paper art.
Chitra Ganesh’s new solo exhibition at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum borrows inspiration from Indian comic art.
Natalie Avondet's husband serves as the loving subject of this abstract portrait. “I believe everyone should surround themselves with inspiration,” she says. “Therefore, I paint bright, colorful portraits of inspiring people.”
Ballwin artist Janet Muhm’s visual gems displayed under the rubric A Year in the City recall the deceptively simple elegance of contemporary Franco-American illustrator Guy Billout.
Artist and graphic designer Jayvn Solomon caught the attention of TechArtista and recently debuted his exhibition, “Loutopia,” which envisions a more sustainable city for a modern world.
Portfolio Gallery and Educational Center will host its annual “All Colors” invitational exhibition from Jan. 21 through Feb. 26 at Clayton’s much-cherished St. Louis Artists’ Guild.
The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis features a solo exhibition that seeks to redefine landscape painting for the new millennium.
The Greenberg Gallery in Clayton presents its first exhibition since early 2019: visual art by St. Louis native Katherine Bernhardt.
“For this installation, I wanted to make art not expected in such a location. Typically, artwork in public schools is generic. My aim was to reflect on the experience of being a high school student," artist Edo Rosenblith says.
Ashley Colangelo created Neon Dream No. 2 and all of the other works in the exhibition, “Lots of Lines Make Stripes."
The exhibition runs till Oct. 23 in the Staenberg Gallery at Craft Alliance in St. Louis’ Central West End neighborhood.
The exhibition from Aida Šehović, Laumeier’s 2021 Visiting Artist in Residence, casts light on a dark incident more than a quarter of a century ago that left in excess of 8,000 people slaughtered.
The late Steven Woolf presented hundreds of works for audiences of The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis in more than three decades as artistic director.
Adrian Luchini, a professor at Washington University in St. Louis' Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, has created works of art displayed globally, including this piece currently on display at the Atrium Gallery.
Fans of visual art have a few weeks left to enjoy a thought-provoking group exhibition, “Bilingual: Abstract & Figurative," featuring more than five dozen creators at the Bruno David Gallery.
With help from fellow Saint Louis Ballet dancers and other metro area makers, Elliott Geolat’s film company will produce “The Ride,” a film about a dancer who makes an unexpected, eye-opening visit to his hometown in the Ozark Mountains.
“I never set out intentionally to help so many people through my music,” she says. “Today, I play inspired music that soothes the soul so that people in emotional, physical or mental distress can remember the harmony and love within them.”
From capturing U.S. Rep. Cori Bush to the nation’s first police academy hosted at a historically Black college or university, this St. Louis-based photographer’s lens locks in on the truth about his fascinating subjects.
The executive director of the Saint Louis Poetry Center discusses rhyme and reason alike as that local treasure celebrates its 75th anniversary.
Summer 2021 is the season for returning to the office – or escaping work altogether with a road trip. Make that time in the car more productive – or simply more enjoyable – by turning on a locally inspired podcast.
Michele Pred, the Swedish-American behind the “Freedom Is for Everybody," provides galvanizing visual art insights into sociopolitical topics in her exhibition showcased in St. Louis’ Central West End neighborhood.
The Duane Reed Gallery in St. Louis’ Central West End neighborhood is displaying works by Ron Johnson and Kensuke Yamada that celebrate elemental balance.
The South Grand Community Improvement District partnered with Campfire, a local organization that teaches and practices storytelling, to showcase "City Campfire" by artist Raven Fox of Radiant Studio Works.