|Wednesday, October 28, 2020|
The American Cancer Society of Missouri presents 42 Doors of Hope — an art installation series to raise funds and awareness for Hope Lodge St. Louis. 42 local artists showcasing a cancer patients journey. We invite you and your family to safely visit all 42 doors located around the Metro Area.
Join Hispanic Festival Inc. and the Missouri History Museum to celebrate and learn about Día de los Muertos during a virtual festival! Tune in to view traditional cemetery celebrations, paper-flower making, food preparation, face painting, and dance traditions. Keep an eye out for social media posts that will alert you when videos are released on YouTube.
Visit the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park to see traditional altars and original artwork on display. Please note that the Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday and free advance registration is required. Artwork will be on view from 10am to 5pm each day, while altars may be viewed from 1pm to 4pm each day.
In a world that seems to move so fast, Craft Alliance’s Artists-In-Residence program allows for an artist to focus on their studio practice, in the here and now, and create a sacred space for creativity. Each year, Craft Alliance welcomes emerging and mid-career artists from across the country who work with craft materials. Craft Alliance is proud to present the work of its 2019 class of Artists-In-Residence: Jeff Hornung, Erin King, and Whitney White in the Staenberg Gallery at its new location in the Delmar Maker District.
Join a one-hour Applied Improv workshop for professionals--all done from the comfort and safety of your home office. We will be playing improv games designed to get you out of your head and to connect with others. It's great for networking, moving, creative thinking and Laughter! Take a risk and have fun!
This pop duo will do live DJ sessions every day on Facebook at 12 p.m. CST. Click here to view the streams on their Facebook page!
Paul Artspace has partnered with GEDOK to present two exhibitions to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the sister city partnership between Stuttgart, Germany and St. Louis, MO, USA. The first of these is now open, presenting current American photography in the vhs-photo gallery in Stuttgart.
The Stuttgart exhibition, "VOTE for…presents St. Louis artists," refers to the upcoming presidential election in the US and how campaign advertising dominates news coverage and political events around the world for months. The American photographers included in the exhibitions encourage us to examine democratic values such as justice, freedom, and equality.
The second exhibition, "Call and Response", will take place in St. Louis at The Bermuda Project and includes artists representing Stuttgart as they contemplate current events from their perspective.
The exhibitions are supported by the city of Stuttgart and the St. Louis-Stuttgart Sister Cities organization.
Participating artists (Stuttgart): Nate Burell, Jennifer Colten, Jess T. Dugan and Vanessa Fabbre, Jen Everett, Nate Larson, Drew Nikonowicz, Julia Wenz, Peter Franck and WORK / PLAY.
Participating artists (St. Louis): Peter Franck, Peter Haury, Nicole Kather, Traci Kelly, Bruno Nagel, Eva Schmeckenbecher, Thomas Ulm, Julia Wenz
Discogs, the self-proclaimed "world's record store," hosts its daily "Homespun" livestream content series featuring DJs from indie labels and record stores who'll spin vinyl records for viewers around the world. Discogs is encouraging viewers to donate to the MusiCares' COVID-19 Relief Fund. The series runs daily at 1pm CST. Watch it on Facebook Live.
Join us in contributing to Common Ground, a new, participatory exhibition celebrating the opening of COCA’s expanded Ferring East Wing led by artist, Olanyiyi Akindiya.
Common Ground is a place to be together in this moment: an opportunity for us all to forget our differences, what positions we hold in society or any of the other cultural forces that push us apart.
Common Ground is designed not only as an exhibition, but also as an ongoing collaboration with the community. There is work by the artist throughout COCA to inspire visitors to see, think, discuss, decide. The heart of the exhibit is made of modular, interchangeable pieces that symbolize the human form and are easy to manipulate. Each visitor can choose to add, move, or take away any element, creating an ever-evolving visual dialogue throughout the course of the exhibition. It will be built in by the visitors, in constant flux. The modular human figures become the tools for all of us to tell our new stories of today and what we hope tomorrow should give birth to. This piece gives us the chance to rewrite the wrong, to understand we cannot do anything about what has happened, but we can make tomorrow a better place for the next generation. Resiliency lies in us coming together to honor and celebrate our differences.
During this extraordinary and difficult time, the Met hopes to brighten the lives of our audience members even while our stage is dark. Each day, a different encore presentation from the company’s Live in HD series is being made available for free streaming on the Met website, with each performance available for a period of 23 hours, from 7:30 p.m. EDT until 6:30 p.m. the following day. The schedule will include outstanding complete performances from the past 14 years of cinema transmissions, starring all of opera’s greatest singers.
The streams are also available through the Met Opera on Demand apps for Apple, Amazon, and Roku devices and Samsung Smart TV. To access them without logging in, click “Browse and Preview” in the apps for connected TV, and “Explore the App” on tablets and mobile devices.
If you have ever thought of trying a new skill, getting more comfortable in speaking publicly, sharpening your creative thinking OR you just want to have FUN. This class is for you!
Class runs every Wednesday at 7 pm-8:30 pm CDT for four weeks!!!
Tickets > https://www.cszstlouis.com/tickets
Once you have purchased the class you will receive the Zoom link, which will be good for all four sessions.