"It took me a long time to just go for it. I’ve had to catch up to all the other designers who studied design and interned at big fashion houses. I’m really sensitive to that. I don’t want to [...]
"There is no such thing as a perfect performance. Every night as an actor, you go out there and you’re very vulnerable and you put yourself out there, never knowing how the audience is going to react."
Nashville-based couture hatmaker Anna Zeitlin is making a career as a modern-day milliner, an occupation that evokes Jane Austen novels and the nostalgic fashions of Steeplechase more than the [...]
“My style came from making mistakes and not being afraid to take risks," says Cooper. "Behind the camera, that's how I want to be known: as someone who takes risks. I like to shoot from the [...]
"Barriers between theatrical art and the community happen, but they should be enthusiastically and joyously smashed. Those barriers are based on class and socioeconomics. To hell with them."
"The Kranzberg Arts Foundation is all about building a sustainable arts-funding mechanism through infrastructure. We’re trying to build culture, and we’re approaching that by providing local [...]
Chef David Kirkland, formerly of Café Osage, is putting down roots of his own in a new restaurant space, in addition to consulting at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis’ café and running his [...]
St. Louis-based artist Lauren Michelle Tracy works in indigo and batik, a method using wax-resistant dyes applied to cloth. Her method results in quirky, beautiful objects and art that still [...]