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Sometimes the amount of work in spring BFA and MFA exhibits is overwhelming. There is a lot of talent coming out of St. Louis colleges and universities this year, and there is a lot to see. This year, five up-and-coming artists stood out from the crowd for their unique styles and the skills they have honed during their education.

Artist and gallerist Julie Malone has an upcoming solo exhibition, "June," at SOHA Gallery, the first exhibit of her own work at her own gallery. The show opens on Friday, June 13, from 6-10 p.m., with an artist talk and closing reception on Thursday, June 19 at 7 p.m., so there is only a short window to see her work at SOHA.

Fans of concert poster art are advised to mark their calendars in ink: An exhibition that is currently touring the nation will make a one-evening stop in St. Louis at Mad Art Gallery on May 6, 2014 from 6:30-11 p.m. with featured artist collective Cherokee Print League.

When you visit the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis over the next few months, don't be alarmed when you start hearing strange noises. The voices, rumbles and roars are part of "Audible Interruptions," a series of site-specific sound installations that opened in early September and will run, in three parts, until August 2014.

Thursday, 18 October 2012 12:40

KDHX launches Art Attack 4 at Plush

Hide your watercolors, lock up your landscapes: Art Attack is back and it's badder than ever.

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