"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 [...]
The story of Kansas City-based ceramic artist Emily Reinhardt begins like this: she graduated from Kansas State University with a BFA in ceramics, stayed in the college town of Manhattan, Kansas [...]
For 16 years, Kuhn has helmed Blue Gallery from a humble startup to the vigorous exhibition space and business it is today. Over glasses of sparkling grapefruit La Croix, we talked fashion, First [...]
Visit Target anywhere in the world today and you’ll find a snippet of the Midwest within its aisles. St. Louisan Cheree Berry—founder of the eponymous paper company—recently launched a [...]
St. Louisan and New York Times bestseller Matt Kindt has become a quiet master of his art, whether quietly tucked away in Webster Groves on his back porch, or in the studio he shares with two [...]
A champion of LGBTQ cinema in St. Louis, Cinema St. Louis’ Artistic Director Chris Clark is spearheading QFest, with screenings from March 29 to April 7 at the .ZACK in Grand Center.