Using the lens of a rich, shared history between these two St. Louis communities, speakers will explore what it means to strive for social justice while also advocating for one's own cultural group.
Indoors, the home-like atmosphere of this new shop is designed to give customers ideas for incorporating the goods into their own lives, while its outdoor beds will soon be bursting with ideas [...]
Award-winning authors, composers and directors—including Kasi Lemmons—share their insights on representation and equity within the arts, entertainment and media in this dynamic series. Upcoming [...]
Local Models from the Exhibition by Kehinde Wiley Share Their Stories at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Celebration
Continuing its offerings around the exhibit "Kehinde Wiley: St. Louis," the St. Louis Art Museum invites residents of Ferguson and North St. Louis who posed for the artist to talk about their [...]
Artisanal breads are the big draw at this café, whether as part of a meal or to take home straight from the bakery.
"Wonderland" tells the story of Alice's adventures through live music performances by the actors. Music director Lamar Harris talks about his eclectic sources of inspiration for the score, along [...]
Cirque de Soleil performer Sidney “Iking” Bateman got his start in local circus schools and ended up touring the world as a professional. The St. Louis native, who returns to his hometown for [...]
Two curators discuss the historical context for "Graphic Revolution"—and share their excitement over the thoughtful details that make this exhibit stand out.
Join galleries, universities and other organizations to participate in a national, non-partisan project that uses art to encourage public explorations of freedom in the 21st century.
This warm fall weather is perfect for tailgating. Instead of pining for the departed Rams, put on some purple and green and tailgate for a cause with the St. Louis Football Club.