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.
“Western Ware” is the duo's sixth album of sugarcoated electropop drenched in a hybrid of rayguns and rainbows, featuring a hoedown of bouncy and bombastic country-western covers like “Jolene” [...]
In Brief: Abby St. Claire: A Windy City Native Highlights How Locally Crafted Art Offers The Best Stories
Abby St. Claire’s artistic path has curved and forked over the years as she has soaked in new ways to reach her audience.
On The Cusp: St. Louis Hip-Hop Artist “Mvstermind” Thoughtfully Addresses Race, Creativity And The Evolution Of Rap
Muhammad Austin might go by “Mvstermind,” but his countenance is quite humble. In person, he’s one of those rare artists with both a chill affect and sincere ardor.
With designs juxtaposing rugged modern and classic Southwestern aesthetics, Haley Wayman creates distinct collections that culminate into timeless pieces of art.
Under the stage name Le’Ponds, electro-folk singer-songwriter Lisa Houdei creates a sound unlike anything you’ve ever heard before, right here in St. Louis.
Artist And Filmmaker Karin Schneider Discusses Her “Situational Diagram” At Parapet Real Humans Gallery
Born in Brazil and based in New York, Karin Schneider is an artist whose eclectic creative output resists easy classification.