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Upcoming events

11
Feb
2021

02-11-2021 - 03-26-2021 6:00 pm

Linda Vredeveld’s work sifts through attitudes and desires about oneself in relation to cultural structures. Her most recent consideration of epic fairy tales (The Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella) through the lens of a menopausal woman uses the complex language of abstract, gestural painting with a flavoring of humor and fantasy. Large paintings clarify moments in the narrative where feminist themes continue to hold our fascination and awaken emotions with sense of contemporary poignancy. Numerous works on paper in collage and mixed media pinpoint the perspective of the artist’s 1960s-70s childhood, complete with the baggage of the time. Her paper works borrow from a collection of ephemera from her studio – paper dolls, book pages, school stuff, and fabrics, where she layers imagery with of marks and color to “call up” this culture as it relates to larger cultural narratives and the body.

For more information on Linda and her work, visit our website.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/glass-slipper-and-a-hot-flash-by-linda-vredeveld-tickets-135060129483

 

11
Feb
2021

02-11-2021

In a long black dress, high heels and sparkling jewelry, her right hand balanced on the nook of a grand piano, her left wrapped around a microphone, Laka’s a picture of the sleekest of west end beauties. Her subject on this start of Valentine’s weekend? The story and the glory of love. Her listeners will be at cabaret tables, with cocktails.

With all of its joy and all of its pain, its twists and turns and ups and downs, there has never been a subject of song as remotely popular as love. Laka sings, especially this year, to the longing for connection - and reconnection - in all of our hearts. She picks the songs of Anita Baker, Sade, Al Green and Frank Sinatra (and others) to tie the narrative together. 

Accompanied by Corey Patterson on piano.

For more information, email Laka Huyette at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

https://www.bluestrawberrystl.com/show/detail/336

12
Feb
2021

02-12-2021 - 06-04-2021 6:00 pm

Storm of Progress: German Art after 1800 from the Saint Louis Art Museum presents the Museum’s world-class collection of German art of the last 200 years. From Romanticism in the 1800s to the eclectic globalism that followed the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, this exhibition highlights how art, politics, and history are inextricably linked.

The exhibition brings together 120 works in chronological and thematic sections that explore key ideas and events from German art and history spanning national unification, industrialization, World Wars I and II, the Holocaust, and the Cold War and its aftermath. Art in a wide range of media, from paintings to decorative arts, shows the richness of the Museum’s collection, and many works will be on view for the first time.

This unique civic treasure of German art is a testament to the philanthropic support of our patrons. Because of their generosity, we are able to offer this exhibition free of charge during this unprecedented time.

For more information, email Kayla Zack at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

12
Feb
2021

02-12-2021 - 08-23-2021 5:00 pm

Literature, language, and philosophy are at the core of Buzz Spector’s work. He is a contemporary Conceptual artist who explores the aesthetic possibilities of language, paper, and books. Buzz Spector: Alterations spans the artist’s career from the 1970s to the present and includes drawings, altered books, postcard assemblages, collages, and more.

Spector is internationally recognized for his contributions to the field of contemporary art. He taught painting, sculpture, and two-dimensional design at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis for a decade before retiring in 2019. This is the first presentation of the artist’s work at a St. Louis museum.

For more information, email Kayla Zack at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

https://www.slam.org/exhibitions/buzz-spector-alterations/

12
Feb
2021

02-12-2021 - 03-20-2021 6:00 pm

Some Things I Know, Some Things I Only Believe is a two-dimensional mixed-media exhibition by Deborah Douglas. Based on the theme of knowledge, the work focuses on the artist's consideration of facts, truth, and wishful thinking. Included are multiple works on paper and wood panels within the gallery, a wall installation, and a window display of imagery and text facing the street on Grand Avenue.

For more information on Deborah and her work, visit our website: https://www.kranzbergartsfoundation.org/visual-art/gallery-exhibitions/deborah-douglas/

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/some-things-i-know-some-things-i-only-believe-by-deborah-douglas-tickets-135063246807

12
Feb
2021

02-12-2021 - 03-27-2021 6:00 pm

Linda Vredeveld’s work sifts through attitudes and desires about oneself in relation to cultural structures. Her most recent consideration of epic fairy tales (The Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella) through the lens of a menopausal woman uses the complex language of abstract, gestural painting with a flavoring of humor and fantasy. Large paintings clarify moments in the narrative where feminist themes continue to hold our fascination and awaken emotions with sense of contemporary poignancy. Numerous works on paper in collage and mixed media pinpoint the perspective of the artist’s 1960s-70s childhood, complete with the baggage of the time. Her paper works borrow from a collection of ephemera from her studio – paper dolls, book pages, school stuff, and fabrics, where she layers imagery with of marks and color to “call up” this culture as it relates to larger cultural narratives and the body.

For more information on Linda and her work, visit our website.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/glass-slipper-and-a-hot-flash-by-linda-vredeveld-tickets-135060129483

 

12
Feb
2021

02-12-2021

Celebrate live arts and culture safely at Open Air, a concert series presented by Kranzberg Arts Foundation featuring St. Louis’ finest musicians. Indulge and imbibe from our rotating menu of seasonal food and drinks while the musicians light up the stage under the heated and well-ventilated tent outside The Grandel.

Tickets are $10 and are available on MetroTix. In addition to the ticket, a food/beverage minimum purchase of $30 is required.

All guests are required to follow Kranzberg Arts Foundation’s COVID-19 mitigation policies. See full mitigation policies here: https://www.kranzbergartsfoundation.org/covid-19/open-air-mitigation-policies/

For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

https://www.metrotix.com/events/detail/open-air-concert-series

13
Feb
2021

02-13-2021 - 06-05-2021 6:00 pm

Storm of Progress: German Art after 1800 from the Saint Louis Art Museum presents the Museum’s world-class collection of German art of the last 200 years. From Romanticism in the 1800s to the eclectic globalism that followed the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, this exhibition highlights how art, politics, and history are inextricably linked.

The exhibition brings together 120 works in chronological and thematic sections that explore key ideas and events from German art and history spanning national unification, industrialization, World Wars I and II, the Holocaust, and the Cold War and its aftermath. Art in a wide range of media, from paintings to decorative arts, shows the richness of the Museum’s collection, and many works will be on view for the first time.

This unique civic treasure of German art is a testament to the philanthropic support of our patrons. Because of their generosity, we are able to offer this exhibition free of charge during this unprecedented time.

For more information, email Kayla Zack at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

13
Feb
2021

02-13-2021 - 08-24-2021 5:00 pm

Literature, language, and philosophy are at the core of Buzz Spector’s work. He is a contemporary Conceptual artist who explores the aesthetic possibilities of language, paper, and books. Buzz Spector: Alterations spans the artist’s career from the 1970s to the present and includes drawings, altered books, postcard assemblages, collages, and more.

Spector is internationally recognized for his contributions to the field of contemporary art. He taught painting, sculpture, and two-dimensional design at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis for a decade before retiring in 2019. This is the first presentation of the artist’s work at a St. Louis museum.

For more information, email Kayla Zack at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

https://www.slam.org/exhibitions/buzz-spector-alterations/

13
Feb
2021

02-13-2021
Online

Saturday Sessions are short workshops offered each Saturday at 11:00 AM on the Folk School Facebook page. Saturday Sessions features instructors from across the country offering instrument, vocal, and dance workshops. Free to join in, no Facebook account necessary.

Sponsored by the Missouri Arts Council.

 

13
Feb
2021

02-13-2021
Online

Join us for live, interactive tours on Zoom. Student educators design and lead virtual tours featuring several artworks in the Kemper Art Museum collection, showing images of the artworks through screen sharing and answering participant questions.

On February 13, Lingran Zhang (Arts & Sciences '21) explores the practice of titling artworks, considering how the “Untitled” label shapes viewer responses to a range of modern and contemporary artworks from the collection.

This hour-long tour is free, but registration is required (link to come).

Support for this program is provided by Women and the Kemper.

For more information, email Ida McCall at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

https://www.kemperartmuseum.wustl.edu/events/tours/14314

13
Feb
2021

02-13-2021 - 03-21-2021 6:00 pm

Some Things I Know, Some Things I Only Believe is a two-dimensional mixed-media exhibition by Deborah Douglas. Based on the theme of knowledge, the work focuses on the artist's consideration of facts, truth, and wishful thinking. Included are multiple works on paper and wood panels within the gallery, a wall installation, and a window display of imagery and text facing the street on Grand Avenue.

For more information on Deborah and her work, visit our website: https://www.kranzbergartsfoundation.org/visual-art/gallery-exhibitions/deborah-douglas/

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/some-things-i-know-some-things-i-only-believe-by-deborah-douglas-tickets-135063246807

13
Feb
2021

02-13-2021 - 03-28-2021 6:00 pm

Linda Vredeveld’s work sifts through attitudes and desires about oneself in relation to cultural structures. Her most recent consideration of epic fairy tales (The Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella) through the lens of a menopausal woman uses the complex language of abstract, gestural painting with a flavoring of humor and fantasy. Large paintings clarify moments in the narrative where feminist themes continue to hold our fascination and awaken emotions with sense of contemporary poignancy. Numerous works on paper in collage and mixed media pinpoint the perspective of the artist’s 1960s-70s childhood, complete with the baggage of the time. Her paper works borrow from a collection of ephemera from her studio – paper dolls, book pages, school stuff, and fabrics, where she layers imagery with of marks and color to “call up” this culture as it relates to larger cultural narratives and the body.

For more information on Linda and her work, visit our website.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/glass-slipper-and-a-hot-flash-by-linda-vredeveld-tickets-135060129483

 

13
Feb
2021

02-13-2021

Celebrate live arts and culture safely at Open Air, a concert series presented by Kranzberg Arts Foundation featuring St. Louis’ finest musicians. Indulge and imbibe from our rotating menu of seasonal food and drinks while the musicians light up the stage under the heated and well-ventilated tent outside The Grandel.

Tickets are $10 and are available on MetroTix. In addition to the ticket, a food/beverage minimum purchase of $30 is required.

All guests are required to follow Kranzberg Arts Foundation’s COVID-19 mitigation policies. See full mitigation policies here: https://www.kranzbergartsfoundation.org/covid-19/open-air-mitigation-policies/

For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

https://www.metrotix.com/events/detail/open-air-concert-series

14
Feb
2021

02-14-2021 - 06-06-2021 6:00 pm

Storm of Progress: German Art after 1800 from the Saint Louis Art Museum presents the Museum’s world-class collection of German art of the last 200 years. From Romanticism in the 1800s to the eclectic globalism that followed the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, this exhibition highlights how art, politics, and history are inextricably linked.

The exhibition brings together 120 works in chronological and thematic sections that explore key ideas and events from German art and history spanning national unification, industrialization, World Wars I and II, the Holocaust, and the Cold War and its aftermath. Art in a wide range of media, from paintings to decorative arts, shows the richness of the Museum’s collection, and many works will be on view for the first time.

This unique civic treasure of German art is a testament to the philanthropic support of our patrons. Because of their generosity, we are able to offer this exhibition free of charge during this unprecedented time.

For more information, email Kayla Zack at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

14
Feb
2021

02-14-2021 - 08-25-2021 5:00 pm

Literature, language, and philosophy are at the core of Buzz Spector’s work. He is a contemporary Conceptual artist who explores the aesthetic possibilities of language, paper, and books. Buzz Spector: Alterations spans the artist’s career from the 1970s to the present and includes drawings, altered books, postcard assemblages, collages, and more.

Spector is internationally recognized for his contributions to the field of contemporary art. He taught painting, sculpture, and two-dimensional design at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis for a decade before retiring in 2019. This is the first presentation of the artist’s work at a St. Louis museum.

For more information, email Kayla Zack at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

https://www.slam.org/exhibitions/buzz-spector-alterations/

14
Feb
2021

02-14-2021

Celebrate live arts and culture safely at Open Air, a concert series presented by Kranzberg Arts Foundation featuring St. Louis’ finest musicians. Indulge and imbibe from our rotating menu of seasonal food and drinks while the musicians light up the stage under the heated and well-ventilated tent outside The Grandel.

Tickets are $10 and are available on MetroTix. In addition to the ticket, a food/beverage minimum purchase of $30 is required.

All guests are required to follow Kranzberg Arts Foundation’s COVID-19 mitigation policies. See full mitigation policies here: https://www.kranzbergartsfoundation.org/covid-19/open-air-mitigation-policies/

For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

https://www.metrotix.com/events/detail/open-air-concert-series

14
Feb
2021

02-14-2021 - 03-22-2021 6:00 pm

Some Things I Know, Some Things I Only Believe is a two-dimensional mixed-media exhibition by Deborah Douglas. Based on the theme of knowledge, the work focuses on the artist's consideration of facts, truth, and wishful thinking. Included are multiple works on paper and wood panels within the gallery, a wall installation, and a window display of imagery and text facing the street on Grand Avenue.

For more information on Deborah and her work, visit our website: https://www.kranzbergartsfoundation.org/visual-art/gallery-exhibitions/deborah-douglas/

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/some-things-i-know-some-things-i-only-believe-by-deborah-douglas-tickets-135063246807

14
Feb
2021

02-14-2021 - 03-29-2021 6:00 pm

Linda Vredeveld’s work sifts through attitudes and desires about oneself in relation to cultural structures. Her most recent consideration of epic fairy tales (The Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella) through the lens of a menopausal woman uses the complex language of abstract, gestural painting with a flavoring of humor and fantasy. Large paintings clarify moments in the narrative where feminist themes continue to hold our fascination and awaken emotions with sense of contemporary poignancy. Numerous works on paper in collage and mixed media pinpoint the perspective of the artist’s 1960s-70s childhood, complete with the baggage of the time. Her paper works borrow from a collection of ephemera from her studio – paper dolls, book pages, school stuff, and fabrics, where she layers imagery with of marks and color to “call up” this culture as it relates to larger cultural narratives and the body.

For more information on Linda and her work, visit our website.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/glass-slipper-and-a-hot-flash-by-linda-vredeveld-tickets-135060129483

 

14
Feb
2021

02-14-2021
Online

Folk School is excited to partner with Patt & Possum (a.k.a. Patt Plunkett & Charlie Walden) for a weekly online fiddle tunes session. Join in on Sundays at 2:00 PM on the Folk School Facebook Page.