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Upcoming events

28
Sep
2022

09-28-2022

Break out your dock shoes, grab a cool drink, and meet us on deck for the return of Voodoo Yacht Rock! We're bringing you two big sets of smooth sailing classics starting at 9 pm. We'll take you away to where you've always heard it could be! $12 cover at the door.

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

https://www.facebook.com/events/1033936130622490

29
Sep
2022

09-29-2022 12:00 am

Intersect Arts Center is offering four classes this semester.

Graphic Gouache  |  Tuesdays October 11 - November 8 : 6 - 8 PM  |  $100

Coffee Basics  |  Saturday October 22 10:00am - 12:00pm  |  $120

Intro to Metal Jewelry Making  |  Thursdays 6:00 - 8:00 PM, September 22 - October 20  |  $130

Intro to Mosaics  |  Monday nights 6:00 - 8:00pm, October 10th - November 14th  |  $130

For more info or to register, visit https://www.intersectstl.org/adults

29
Sep
2022

09-29-2022

MES is coming to St. Louis this fall on September 29th at the City Museum from 8am-4pm! Tickets are free for manufacturers, distributors and retailers, and we are rolling out the red carpet for you! All other guests can buy tickets on our website as well! In addition to our amazing lineup of speakers and exhibitors, we’re treating you to breakfast, lunch, happy hour, and more. At the incredible price of FREE, you can’t afford to miss this ecommerce event!

https://www.midwestecommercesummit.com/

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

29
Sep
2022

09-29-2022

BUNNY BURSON: Connected

Bruno David is pleased to present "Connected", an exhibition of mixed media work by Bunny Burson. This is the artist’s sixth solo exhibition with the gallery. Bunny Burson’s recent body of artwork is part of a decades-long exploration of her family history. Her fascination with scientific breakthroughs, in particular the mapping of the human genome, led her to add digital fabrication to her artwork. Burson said “I wanted to link my DNA to my ancestors’ and this sequencing led to new imagery, processes, and knowledge.”

“On our family’s bookshelves were my father’s century old German schoolbooks, brought from Berlin in 1938. It was the typeface, the paper and the German titles which sparked my interest. To re-discover and alter these books was meaningful, as reading was an important part of growing up in our family. The fragile, faded book pages in German became the perfect platform for high-tech 3D chromosomes connecting me to previous generations.”

ADRIAN GONZALEZ: Lonchando in the Grass

Bruno David is pleased to present "Lonchando in the Grass", an exhibition by Florida-based artist Adrian Gonzalez. This will be his first solo exhibition with the gallery. Adrian Gonzalez speaks and uses the hybrid language of Spanglish — a language spoken commonly in the United States — to reflect cultural interaction that underlies our contemporary moment. He uses the exchange between Spanish and English through playful yet provocative bilingual phrases, expressions, and unstructured ideas of language that are meant to communicate new thinking and describe his work. He associates the combative, improvisatory creation of words with artistic methods in his studio practice to make collage and assemblage paintings, sculptures, and prints from a variety of drawn, printed, painted, sculpted, and found elements.

CHARLES BURSON: America Dystopia America

Bruno David is pleased to present "America Dystopia America", a video work by Colorado-based artist Charles Burson. This is artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Using appropriated contemporary images, (from newspapers, television, twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and other online sources) tumbled, fragmentized, and granulated, Charles Burson seeks to evoke the threat of America becoming that fictionalized society portrayed in grand dystopian films and novels. Burson says “The foundation for such societies is dysfunctional government, teeming, violent and desperately poor masses and an overclass of wealthy, privileged, uncaring overlords. The events, divisions, and societal conditions of America’s Trump era, Covid and until now, the Biden era, evoke the conditions of such a dystopian society. At the core of this is a collapsing national consensus in and of America, the disappearance of which promotes conflict, stagnation, deep cultural divisions and a chasm of wealth and inequality.”

Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and cable are reshaping us and our world into one in which there are multiple truths and alternative realities. They are fostered and reinforced by the personal information silos into which we are herded and shaped by our media platforms and their algorithms. The screens into which we obsessively view are depersonalizing our interactions and corrupting our capacity to empathize. They are destroying our ability to hold and share a national consensus on what America is and should be. Opinion writer Ezra Klein articulates this phenomenon, in his recent New York Times interview with the author, Richard Powers.

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

 

29
Sep
2022

The Art of Food - a juried art exhibit. See how local artists create artwork with the theme of food as a way to talk about feeding the mind, body and spirit.  The exhibit is free and will run from September 23 thru October 21. In support of the St. Louis community the Soulard Art Gallery will be conducting a food drive throughout the running of the show. Please help us support this need.

Artist submission deadline is September 11. Visit the Soulard Art Gallery website for submission details. The Soulard Art Gallery is a co-op art gallery located in Historic Soulard. With artwork by 14 resident artists, we offer a diverse collection of works, including painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, photography, and jewelry. We also host a local artists group exhibition in our main gallery every month for artists to submit their work for display.

Gallery hours are Thursdays 4-8pm, Fridays and Saturdays 12-8pm and Sundays 1-5pm.

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

https://www.soulardartgallery.com/

29
Sep
2022

You can be part of a worldwide film festival at the library! MANHATTAN SHORT is the only film festival of its kind. Film lovers will unite in over 500 venues worldwide to view and judge the work of the next generation of filmmakers from around the world when the 25th Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival takes place during September 22 to October 2, 2022. The Final selections screen simultaneously across the world during a one-week period, where attendees vote for Best Film and Best Actor awards at each participating venue. Every short film selected will automatically become qualified for the Oscars of 2023.

These films are unrated and intended for adults. Registration is requested at www.jeffcolib.org

The library is offering screening at all three branches:

Jefferson County Library - Arnold Branch, 1701 Missouri State Road, Arnold MO 63010

- Monday 9/26 at 5:30pm

- Thursday 9/29 at 2pm

Jefferson County Library - Northwest Branch, 5680 State Road PP, High Ridge, MO 63049

- Thursday 9/22 at 5:30pm

- Thursday 9/29 at 5:30pm

Jefferson County Library - Windsor Branch, 7479 Metropolitan Blvd, Barnhart, MO 63012

- Saturday 9/24 at 2pm

- Saturday 10/01 at 2pm

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

29
Sep
2022

09-29-2022

There's nothing like a Saturday evening in the Soulard neighborhood (Especially when live music is involved)! Join singer-songwriter Kevin Gruen as he brings his signature one-man-band sound back to the BooCoo patio!

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

29
Sep
2022

09-29-2022

Author Eric von Schrader will read passages from A Universe Disrupted, the sequel to his popular A Universe Less Traveled. Both novels imagine a hidden, alternate universe St. Louis and follow the adventures of the handful of people who discover the ability to travel back and forth between the two cities. Signed copies will be available. Live music.

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

29
Sep
2022

09-29-2022

Kick off the night with great live music from Rockin' Rod McCarron, Marty Abdallah, and Company from 6-8. Karaoke at The Attic with Shaggy Sounds 830 to 1230. 21 and up. No cover

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llMxOoT2yX8

Click link below to purchase your table reservation today through Eventbrite.

https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/live-at-the-attic-910489

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

https://cli.re/20090-karaoke-at-the-attic-with-shaggy-sounds

29
Sep
2022

Enjoy a Thursday evening in the Metro East Region as singer-songwriter Kevin Gruen takes the stage once again in the intimate unique setting of Bennie's Pizza Pub!

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

29
Sep
2022

Learn how to design, cut, form, and finish your own jewelry! We will learn techniques for designing and finding your creativity, how to hand saw out intricate designs, how to innovatively use wire to create links, clasps, and chains, and how to assemble your pieces. 

Thursdays 6:00 - 8:00 PM, September 29 - October 27

Instructor: Sarah Burack

Level: Beginner

Spots Available: 8

Cost: $130 for five classes (Pay What You Wish/Volunteer Option* - Choose your price and volunteer in our studios to make up remaining cost). Only $120 for ARTSCard holders!

Location: Intersect Arts Center

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

29
Sep
2022

This class series (5 consecutive Thursday evenings) provides an introduction to Zen meditation. It is open to people of all faiths. The classes include a presentation of the history of Zen and basic principles of Zen meditation, and discussion of how to practice Zen in daily life-while at work and at leisure-that is, how to find inner peace anytime, anywhere. Classes are in person at Confluence Zen Center given by Rev. Daigaku Rumme, resident priest. Cost is $50 for non-members and $25 for members. To register email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 314-669-4465.

29
Sep
2022

09-29-2022

Grab a bite and a beer, and come listen to live music in the Biergarten. Bar opens at 6, Boxcar plays at 7! Free Admission.

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

29
Sep
2022

09-29-2022

Prism’s second annual Festival of New Works, Spotlight On…Emerging Artists. This year’s festival will highlight the work of local, unpublished playwrights, giving them the opportunity to develop their work with a team of professional directors, actors, and technicians. This year’s festival will take place at the High Low, The Kranzberg Arts Foundation’s literary cafe venue, and will once again feature some of St. Louis’ favorite actors and exciting emerging artists. The festival will run the weekends of September 23rd and 30th. Submissions will open later this month. For more information on submitting your work to this year’s festival, please visit www.prismtheatrecompany.org.

29
Sep
2022

09-29-2022

Cara Dineen: Bessie to Bjork - Event by Blue Strawberry STL.

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

https://cli.re/19895-cara-dineen-bessie-to-bjork

29
Sep
2022

Over the centuries, historians’ views of Alexander the Great have oscillated from the extreme positive, a sort of bright star illuminating the world, to extreme negative, a black hole of destruction. On the one hand, Alexander has been presented as a hideous and degenerate warlord, thirsty for power and obsessed with the idea that he was a god, a force of darkness bringing death and destruction wherever he went. On the other, he has been seen as a brave visionary of a new civilized world, in which people live in peace and prosperity, without national or racial discrimination. Which one of these two views comes closer to reality? In this lecture, UMSL Global welcomes Professor Apostolidis, one of the leading historians of Alexander, will discuss Alexander’s military strategy, political ingenuity, contribution to the science of his time, and the number of cities he founded all across Asia and Egypt, in an effort to establish the true face of this hero. Alexander’s legacy lived on for centuries after his death and shaped our world. Understanding who he was is a fundamental issue in world history.

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

https://umsystem.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_W5sqNuY5S2qKnMdqP9unPg

29
Sep
2022

09-29-2022

Americana/ Bluegrass: Thayne Bradford and Gary Hunt have been playing together for over 40 years. Their passion lies in their dedication to bluegrass, country, folk, and old time American music.

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

http://www.thefriscostl.com/events

29
Sep
2022

The Funky Butt Brass Band brings their unique show to Joe's Cafe! This is a fun night of swinging and dancing and having a good old time!

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

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/312020911947

30
Sep
2022

09-30-2022 12:00 am

Intersect Arts Center is offering four classes this semester.

Graphic Gouache  |  Tuesdays October 11 - November 8 : 6 - 8 PM  |  $100

Coffee Basics  |  Saturday October 22 10:00am - 12:00pm  |  $120

Intro to Metal Jewelry Making  |  Thursdays 6:00 - 8:00 PM, September 22 - October 20  |  $130

Intro to Mosaics  |  Monday nights 6:00 - 8:00pm, October 10th - November 14th  |  $130

For more info or to register, visit https://www.intersectstl.org/adults

30
Sep
2022

09-30-2022

BUNNY BURSON: Connected

Bruno David is pleased to present "Connected", an exhibition of mixed media work by Bunny Burson. This is the artist’s sixth solo exhibition with the gallery. Bunny Burson’s recent body of artwork is part of a decades-long exploration of her family history. Her fascination with scientific breakthroughs, in particular the mapping of the human genome, led her to add digital fabrication to her artwork. Burson said “I wanted to link my DNA to my ancestors’ and this sequencing led to new imagery, processes, and knowledge.”

“On our family’s bookshelves were my father’s century old German schoolbooks, brought from Berlin in 1938. It was the typeface, the paper and the German titles which sparked my interest. To re-discover and alter these books was meaningful, as reading was an important part of growing up in our family. The fragile, faded book pages in German became the perfect platform for high-tech 3D chromosomes connecting me to previous generations.”

ADRIAN GONZALEZ: Lonchando in the Grass

Bruno David is pleased to present "Lonchando in the Grass", an exhibition by Florida-based artist Adrian Gonzalez. This will be his first solo exhibition with the gallery. Adrian Gonzalez speaks and uses the hybrid language of Spanglish — a language spoken commonly in the United States — to reflect cultural interaction that underlies our contemporary moment. He uses the exchange between Spanish and English through playful yet provocative bilingual phrases, expressions, and unstructured ideas of language that are meant to communicate new thinking and describe his work. He associates the combative, improvisatory creation of words with artistic methods in his studio practice to make collage and assemblage paintings, sculptures, and prints from a variety of drawn, printed, painted, sculpted, and found elements.

CHARLES BURSON: America Dystopia America

Bruno David is pleased to present "America Dystopia America", a video work by Colorado-based artist Charles Burson. This is artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Using appropriated contemporary images, (from newspapers, television, twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and other online sources) tumbled, fragmentized, and granulated, Charles Burson seeks to evoke the threat of America becoming that fictionalized society portrayed in grand dystopian films and novels. Burson says “The foundation for such societies is dysfunctional government, teeming, violent and desperately poor masses and an overclass of wealthy, privileged, uncaring overlords. The events, divisions, and societal conditions of America’s Trump era, Covid and until now, the Biden era, evoke the conditions of such a dystopian society. At the core of this is a collapsing national consensus in and of America, the disappearance of which promotes conflict, stagnation, deep cultural divisions and a chasm of wealth and inequality.”

Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and cable are reshaping us and our world into one in which there are multiple truths and alternative realities. They are fostered and reinforced by the personal information silos into which we are herded and shaped by our media platforms and their algorithms. The screens into which we obsessively view are depersonalizing our interactions and corrupting our capacity to empathize. They are destroying our ability to hold and share a national consensus on what America is and should be. Opinion writer Ezra Klein articulates this phenomenon, in his recent New York Times interview with the author, Richard Powers.

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