This beautiful floral festival is just around the corner.
Curators Genevieve Cortinovis, assistant curator of decorative arts, and Zoe Annis Perkins, textile conservator, joined us on our second visit to SLAM's "Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715-2015."
Though the individual pieces in "Almost Now, Almost Then" may have been crafted in solitude, they’re held together by a resounding theme that binds and connects each piece and each artist.
For me, the piece is really my love letter to the African-American community in St. Louis, though it’s also for everyone.
Prepare to be transported to 19th-century Paris during the rise of the millinery trade at SLAM’s exhibition, "Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade," on view through May 7.
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.