Upcoming events

16
May
2024

05-16-2024 - 10-31-2024

Karaoke Night at The Attic - Every Thursday!

For more information & to register: eventvesta.com/events/71274-karaoke-night

17
May
2024

05-17-2024 - 07-05-2024

Join us for the opening of Nick Schleicher “BAJA BLAST” and Sam Melendez “misuri,” on Friday May 17th from 5:00 - 8:00 PM at Houska Gallery. 

Chat with the artists, have a drink, and enjoy the great work by these two fantastic artists.

For more information about the exhibit & the artists, visit: houskagallery.com

23
May
2024

05-23-2024 - 11-06-2024 11:00 pm

Karaoke Night at The Attic - Every Thursday!

For more information & to register: eventvesta.com/events/71274-karaoke-night

30
May
2024

05-30-2024 - 11-13-2024 11:00 pm

Karaoke Night at The Attic - Every Thursday!

For more information & to register: eventvesta.com/events/71274-karaoke-night

31
May
2024

05-31-2024 - 06-21-2024 7:00 pm

Developed through the partnership of the Department of Political Science and Gallery210@FAB, The Politics of Portraiture explores the power of the image in a political context, taking a conceptual expansion on the definition of portraiture and its function in society.

Exhibition runs through May 17th.

Public reception: Friday, April 26th, 5:00 - 7:00 pm

For more information: umsl.edu/divisions/artscience/art/gallery210

06
Jun
2024

06-06-2024 - 11-20-2024 11:00 pm

Karaoke Night at The Attic - Every Thursday!

For more information & to register: eventvesta.com/events/71274-karaoke-night

07
Jun
2024

06-07-2024 - 06-22-2024 5:00 pm

The Foundry Art Centre is excited to announce the opening of Off the Block, a captivating group exhibition which explores the art of printmaking through the diverse perspectives of Julia Curran, Cullen Curtis, Samantha Mendoza, Emmett Merrill, Candice Corgan, and Pele Prints artists Erik Berthels, Laura Berman, Lara Fosberg, Benjamin Guffee, Sarah Hinckley, Mary O’Malley, Xochi Solis, Amanda Verbeck, and Ken Wood.

This exhibition showcases a range of techniques, from traditional etching and silkscreen to innovative digital processes. Themes range from love, loss, mental health, humor, the mundane, human fallibility, and political discourse. Included in the exhibition is printing equipment on loan from Goellner Printing.

Off the Block kicks off the Foundry’s month-long celebration of Printmaking, culminating in the 4th Annual Block Party steamroller printing event held on June 15th, 11am-5pm.

Off the Block will be on view from 10am - 5pm // Tuesday - Saturday in the main galleries through June 22nd. 

About the Foundry Art Centre
As a vibrant home to the arts, the Foundry Art Centre raises awareness and appreciation of the arts throughout the region. Alive with activity, the Centre’s programming reinforces the importance of the arts and helps ensure that arts and culture remain vital. Artists, patrons, young people and the community at large continually find new ways to interact at this unique facility.

For more information: foundryartcentre.org/off-the-block-2024

08
Jun
2024

06-08-2024 - 06-23-2024 5:00 pm

The Foundry Art Centre is excited to announce the opening of Off the Block, a captivating group exhibition which explores the art of printmaking through the diverse perspectives of Julia Curran, Cullen Curtis, Samantha Mendoza, Emmett Merrill, Candice Corgan, and Pele Prints artists Erik Berthels, Laura Berman, Lara Fosberg, Benjamin Guffee, Sarah Hinckley, Mary O’Malley, Xochi Solis, Amanda Verbeck, and Ken Wood.

This exhibition showcases a range of techniques, from traditional etching and silkscreen to innovative digital processes. Themes range from love, loss, mental health, humor, the mundane, human fallibility, and political discourse. Included in the exhibition is printing equipment on loan from Goellner Printing.

Off the Block kicks off the Foundry’s month-long celebration of Printmaking, culminating in the 4th Annual Block Party steamroller printing event held on June 15th, 11am-5pm.

Off the Block will be on view from 10am - 5pm // Tuesday - Saturday in the main galleries through June 22nd. 

About the Foundry Art Centre
As a vibrant home to the arts, the Foundry Art Centre raises awareness and appreciation of the arts throughout the region. Alive with activity, the Centre’s programming reinforces the importance of the arts and helps ensure that arts and culture remain vital. Artists, patrons, young people and the community at large continually find new ways to interact at this unique facility.

For more information: foundryartcentre.org/off-the-block-2024

11
Jun
2024

06-11-2024 - 06-26-2024 5:00 pm

The Foundry Art Centre is excited to announce the opening of Off the Block, a captivating group exhibition which explores the art of printmaking through the diverse perspectives of Julia Curran, Cullen Curtis, Samantha Mendoza, Emmett Merrill, Candice Corgan, and Pele Prints artists Erik Berthels, Laura Berman, Lara Fosberg, Benjamin Guffee, Sarah Hinckley, Mary O’Malley, Xochi Solis, Amanda Verbeck, and Ken Wood.

This exhibition showcases a range of techniques, from traditional etching and silkscreen to innovative digital processes. Themes range from love, loss, mental health, humor, the mundane, human fallibility, and political discourse. Included in the exhibition is printing equipment on loan from Goellner Printing.

Off the Block kicks off the Foundry’s month-long celebration of Printmaking, culminating in the 4th Annual Block Party steamroller printing event held on June 15th, 11am-5pm.

Off the Block will be on view from 10am - 5pm // Tuesday - Saturday in the main galleries through June 22nd. 

About the Foundry Art Centre
As a vibrant home to the arts, the Foundry Art Centre raises awareness and appreciation of the arts throughout the region. Alive with activity, the Centre’s programming reinforces the importance of the arts and helps ensure that arts and culture remain vital. Artists, patrons, young people and the community at large continually find new ways to interact at this unique facility.

For more information: foundryartcentre.org/off-the-block-2024

12
Jun
2024

06-12-2024 - 06-27-2024 5:00 pm

The Foundry Art Centre is excited to announce the opening of Off the Block, a captivating group exhibition which explores the art of printmaking through the diverse perspectives of Julia Curran, Cullen Curtis, Samantha Mendoza, Emmett Merrill, Candice Corgan, and Pele Prints artists Erik Berthels, Laura Berman, Lara Fosberg, Benjamin Guffee, Sarah Hinckley, Mary O’Malley, Xochi Solis, Amanda Verbeck, and Ken Wood.

This exhibition showcases a range of techniques, from traditional etching and silkscreen to innovative digital processes. Themes range from love, loss, mental health, humor, the mundane, human fallibility, and political discourse. Included in the exhibition is printing equipment on loan from Goellner Printing.

Off the Block kicks off the Foundry’s month-long celebration of Printmaking, culminating in the 4th Annual Block Party steamroller printing event held on June 15th, 11am-5pm.

Off the Block will be on view from 10am - 5pm // Tuesday - Saturday in the main galleries through June 22nd. 

About the Foundry Art Centre
As a vibrant home to the arts, the Foundry Art Centre raises awareness and appreciation of the arts throughout the region. Alive with activity, the Centre’s programming reinforces the importance of the arts and helps ensure that arts and culture remain vital. Artists, patrons, young people and the community at large continually find new ways to interact at this unique facility.

For more information: foundryartcentre.org/off-the-block-2024

13
Jun
2024

06-13-2024 - 06-28-2024 5:00 pm

The Foundry Art Centre is excited to announce the opening of Off the Block, a captivating group exhibition which explores the art of printmaking through the diverse perspectives of Julia Curran, Cullen Curtis, Samantha Mendoza, Emmett Merrill, Candice Corgan, and Pele Prints artists Erik Berthels, Laura Berman, Lara Fosberg, Benjamin Guffee, Sarah Hinckley, Mary O’Malley, Xochi Solis, Amanda Verbeck, and Ken Wood.

This exhibition showcases a range of techniques, from traditional etching and silkscreen to innovative digital processes. Themes range from love, loss, mental health, humor, the mundane, human fallibility, and political discourse. Included in the exhibition is printing equipment on loan from Goellner Printing.

Off the Block kicks off the Foundry’s month-long celebration of Printmaking, culminating in the 4th Annual Block Party steamroller printing event held on June 15th, 11am-5pm.

Off the Block will be on view from 10am - 5pm // Tuesday - Saturday in the main galleries through June 22nd. 

About the Foundry Art Centre
As a vibrant home to the arts, the Foundry Art Centre raises awareness and appreciation of the arts throughout the region. Alive with activity, the Centre’s programming reinforces the importance of the arts and helps ensure that arts and culture remain vital. Artists, patrons, young people and the community at large continually find new ways to interact at this unique facility.

For more information: foundryartcentre.org/off-the-block-2024

13
Jun
2024

06-13-2024 - 06-22-2024 10:00 pm

What would you give up for love?

Broadway songwriter Frank Wildhorn (Bonnie & Clyde, Wonderland, Jekyll & Hyde) delivers his most epic score for this riveting, fast-paced, Gothic rock opera, faithful to the iconic novel but with some unexpected twists and turns.

As much a tragic love story as a thriller, this terrifying and passionate retelling of the famous story dives deep into the powerful, shattering emotions of these characters and these complicated relationships, as only musical theatre can. For Dracula, Wildhorn reunites with his Bonnie & Clyde lyricist Don Black, for one of the wildest and most emotional rides you’ve had in the theatre in a long time.

Once again, New Line will take a show that was badly served in New York and savaged by the critics, strip it down, take it seriously, and prove what a powerful piece of theatre it can be when it’s focused on human emotions instead of flashy special effects. Since its debut, the show has become an international sensation in productions around the world.

DRACULA runs through June 23, 2024, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, all at 8pm.

For tickets more information: newlinetheatre.com/dracula

13
Jun
2024

06-13-2024 - 11-27-2024 11:00 pm

Karaoke Night at The Attic - Every Thursday!

For more information & to register: eventvesta.com/events/71274-karaoke-night

14
Jun
2024

06-14-2024 - 06-29-2024 5:00 pm

The Foundry Art Centre is excited to announce the opening of Off the Block, a captivating group exhibition which explores the art of printmaking through the diverse perspectives of Julia Curran, Cullen Curtis, Samantha Mendoza, Emmett Merrill, Candice Corgan, and Pele Prints artists Erik Berthels, Laura Berman, Lara Fosberg, Benjamin Guffee, Sarah Hinckley, Mary O’Malley, Xochi Solis, Amanda Verbeck, and Ken Wood.

This exhibition showcases a range of techniques, from traditional etching and silkscreen to innovative digital processes. Themes range from love, loss, mental health, humor, the mundane, human fallibility, and political discourse. Included in the exhibition is printing equipment on loan from Goellner Printing.

Off the Block kicks off the Foundry’s month-long celebration of Printmaking, culminating in the 4th Annual Block Party steamroller printing event held on June 15th, 11am-5pm.

Off the Block will be on view from 10am - 5pm // Tuesday - Saturday in the main galleries through June 22nd. 

About the Foundry Art Centre
As a vibrant home to the arts, the Foundry Art Centre raises awareness and appreciation of the arts throughout the region. Alive with activity, the Centre’s programming reinforces the importance of the arts and helps ensure that arts and culture remain vital. Artists, patrons, young people and the community at large continually find new ways to interact at this unique facility.

For more information: foundryartcentre.org/off-the-block-2024

14
Jun
2024

06-14-2024 - 06-23-2024 10:00 pm

What would you give up for love?

Broadway songwriter Frank Wildhorn (Bonnie & Clyde, Wonderland, Jekyll & Hyde) delivers his most epic score for this riveting, fast-paced, Gothic rock opera, faithful to the iconic novel but with some unexpected twists and turns.

As much a tragic love story as a thriller, this terrifying and passionate retelling of the famous story dives deep into the powerful, shattering emotions of these characters and these complicated relationships, as only musical theatre can. For Dracula, Wildhorn reunites with his Bonnie & Clyde lyricist Don Black, for one of the wildest and most emotional rides you’ve had in the theatre in a long time.

Once again, New Line will take a show that was badly served in New York and savaged by the critics, strip it down, take it seriously, and prove what a powerful piece of theatre it can be when it’s focused on human emotions instead of flashy special effects. Since its debut, the show has become an international sensation in productions around the world.

DRACULA runs through June 23, 2024, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, all at 8pm.

For tickets more information: newlinetheatre.com/dracula

14
Jun
2024

06-14-2024 - 06-22-2024 10:00 pm

Susan, a housewife who is married to a rather boring cleric, gets knocked out by a garden rake.  She experiences hallucinations of another, ideal family in contrast to her tedious, oppressive real life.  However, things begin to spiral out of control and become a nightmare. 

Ayckbourn again shows his mastery of combining tremendous humor with poignancy as relationships and reality collapse.

Fridays/Saturdays, at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm. Runs through June 23rd.

For tickets & more information: albiontheatrestl.org

15
Jun
2024

06-15-2024 - 06-30-2024 5:00 pm

The Foundry Art Centre is excited to announce the opening of Off the Block, a captivating group exhibition which explores the art of printmaking through the diverse perspectives of Julia Curran, Cullen Curtis, Samantha Mendoza, Emmett Merrill, Candice Corgan, and Pele Prints artists Erik Berthels, Laura Berman, Lara Fosberg, Benjamin Guffee, Sarah Hinckley, Mary O’Malley, Xochi Solis, Amanda Verbeck, and Ken Wood.

This exhibition showcases a range of techniques, from traditional etching and silkscreen to innovative digital processes. Themes range from love, loss, mental health, humor, the mundane, human fallibility, and political discourse. Included in the exhibition is printing equipment on loan from Goellner Printing.

Off the Block kicks off the Foundry’s month-long celebration of Printmaking, culminating in the 4th Annual Block Party steamroller printing event held on June 15th, 11am-5pm.

Off the Block will be on view from 10am - 5pm // Tuesday - Saturday in the main galleries through June 22nd. 

About the Foundry Art Centre
As a vibrant home to the arts, the Foundry Art Centre raises awareness and appreciation of the arts throughout the region. Alive with activity, the Centre’s programming reinforces the importance of the arts and helps ensure that arts and culture remain vital. Artists, patrons, young people and the community at large continually find new ways to interact at this unique facility.

For more information: foundryartcentre.org/off-the-block-2024

15
Jun
2024

06-15-2024 - 06-24-2024 10:00 pm

What would you give up for love?

Broadway songwriter Frank Wildhorn (Bonnie & Clyde, Wonderland, Jekyll & Hyde) delivers his most epic score for this riveting, fast-paced, Gothic rock opera, faithful to the iconic novel but with some unexpected twists and turns.

As much a tragic love story as a thriller, this terrifying and passionate retelling of the famous story dives deep into the powerful, shattering emotions of these characters and these complicated relationships, as only musical theatre can. For Dracula, Wildhorn reunites with his Bonnie & Clyde lyricist Don Black, for one of the wildest and most emotional rides you’ve had in the theatre in a long time.

Once again, New Line will take a show that was badly served in New York and savaged by the critics, strip it down, take it seriously, and prove what a powerful piece of theatre it can be when it’s focused on human emotions instead of flashy special effects. Since its debut, the show has become an international sensation in productions around the world.

DRACULA runs through June 23, 2024, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, all at 8pm.

For tickets more information: newlinetheatre.com/dracula

15
Jun
2024

06-15-2024 - 06-23-2024 10:00 pm

Susan, a housewife who is married to a rather boring cleric, gets knocked out by a garden rake.  She experiences hallucinations of another, ideal family in contrast to her tedious, oppressive real life.  However, things begin to spiral out of control and become a nightmare. 

Ayckbourn again shows his mastery of combining tremendous humor with poignancy as relationships and reality collapse.

Fridays/Saturdays, at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm. Runs through June 23rd.

For tickets & more information: albiontheatrestl.org

18
Jun
2024

06-18-2024 - 07-03-2024 5:00 pm

The Foundry Art Centre is excited to announce the opening of Off the Block, a captivating group exhibition which explores the art of printmaking through the diverse perspectives of Julia Curran, Cullen Curtis, Samantha Mendoza, Emmett Merrill, Candice Corgan, and Pele Prints artists Erik Berthels, Laura Berman, Lara Fosberg, Benjamin Guffee, Sarah Hinckley, Mary O’Malley, Xochi Solis, Amanda Verbeck, and Ken Wood.

This exhibition showcases a range of techniques, from traditional etching and silkscreen to innovative digital processes. Themes range from love, loss, mental health, humor, the mundane, human fallibility, and political discourse. Included in the exhibition is printing equipment on loan from Goellner Printing.

Off the Block kicks off the Foundry’s month-long celebration of Printmaking, culminating in the 4th Annual Block Party steamroller printing event held on June 15th, 11am-5pm.

Off the Block will be on view from 10am - 5pm // Tuesday - Saturday in the main galleries through June 22nd. 

About the Foundry Art Centre
As a vibrant home to the arts, the Foundry Art Centre raises awareness and appreciation of the arts throughout the region. Alive with activity, the Centre’s programming reinforces the importance of the arts and helps ensure that arts and culture remain vital. Artists, patrons, young people and the community at large continually find new ways to interact at this unique facility.

For more information: foundryartcentre.org/off-the-block-2024

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