Upcoming events

19
Jun
2024

06-19-2024 - 07-04-2024 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

19
Jun
2024

06-19-2024 - 06-22-2024 8:45 pm

Jazz St. Louis Creative Advisor and Ferguson native Keyon Harrold returns home to present his brand new commission as our ’23/24 season finale! 

Presented by Kent & Jeannine Kalkwarf and Gilead Group.

For tickets & more information: my.jazzstl.org/events

20
Jun
2024

06-20-2024 - 07-05-2024 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

20
Jun
2024

06-20-2024 - 06-23-2024 8:45 pm

Jazz St. Louis Creative Advisor and Ferguson native Keyon Harrold returns home to present his brand new commission as our ’23/24 season finale! 

Presented by Kent & Jeannine Kalkwarf and Gilead Group.

For tickets & more information: my.jazzstl.org/events

20
Jun
2024

06-20-2024 - 06-29-2024 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

20
Jun
2024

06-20-2024 - 12-04-2024 11:00 pm

Karaoke Night at The Attic - Every Thursday!

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

21
Jun
2024

06-21-2024 -11:00 am

Join us at the outdoor amphitheater of the Tower Grove Park Stupp Center for a series of summer fun! Children and families will enjoy performances from storytellers, musicians, dancers, and more as they clap along and learn a few moves. Series takes place Fridays at 10:00am, through July 26, 2024.

The performance series is free and open to the public. Registration is not required. In the case of inclement weather, please consult event page.

Friday, June 21:
The Lion & the Mouse Puppet and Percussion 
This adaptation of the classic Aesop fable teaches to be kind to everyone, even if he or she is small. Alligator is given the duty by Hippo to allow all the animals to get a drink from the river in his absence. Alligator lets everyone have a drink except Mouse. He feels that Mouse is too little. Lion tells Alligator he should be kind to all animals, even small ones. Mouse gets his drink, and he wants to repay Lion for intervening. Of course, Lion does not feel Mouse needs to repay him. However, when Lion is trapped in a net, Mouse is the one who comes to Lion’s rescue.

Audio description services are available upon request with several weeks notice.

Learn more at: towergrovepark.org/calendar/2024/6-7/childrens-performance-series

21
Jun
2024

06-21-2024 - 07-06-2024 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

21
Jun
2024

06-21-2024

Old Rock House Presents

SHINYRIBS

All Ages
FRIDAY, JUNE 21
Doors: 7pm // Show: 8pm

Support from: J. Isaiah Evans & the Boss Tweed
Kitchen will be open

For tickets & more information: oldrockhouse.com/event/shinyribs

21
Jun
2024

06-21-2024 - 06-24-2024 8:45 pm

Jazz St. Louis Creative Advisor and Ferguson native Keyon Harrold returns home to present his brand new commission as our ’23/24 season finale! 

Presented by Kent & Jeannine Kalkwarf and Gilead Group.

For tickets & more information: my.jazzstl.org/events

21
Jun
2024

06-21-2024 -9:30 pm

Sean Canan’s Voodoo Players - High-energy, jam band-style improvisation - A Bobby’s Favorite!

For more information: bobbysfrozencustard.com/concerts-events/

21
Jun
2024

06-21-2024 -9:00 pm

Join musician Christian Kirk and artist Kevin Glazer for an evening of music and art with “Astrolove”.

For tickets & more information: bluestrawberrystl.com

21
Jun
2024

06-21-2024 - 06-29-2024 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

21
Jun
2024

06-21-2024 - 06-30-2024 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

21
Jun
2024

KING HEDLEY II

By August Wilson
Directed by Ron Himes

Peddling stolen refrigerators hoping to open a video store one day, King Hedley, an ex-con, toils with self-worth. Getting, spending, killing, and dying in a world where getting is hard and killing is commonplace are threads woven into this 1980s installment in the author’s renowned cycle of plays about the Black experience in America. Drawing on characters established in “Seven Guitars,” “King Hedley II” shows how shadows of the past can darken the present as King seeks retribution for his mother’s lies.

Recommended for mature audiences ages 14 up.

June 19th - July 14th, 2024
Edison Theatre - Washington University 
Intergenerational Matinee Date: June 26th

For tickets & more information: theblackrep.org

21
Jun
2024

06-21-2024 - 06-22-2024 10:40 pm

Jazz St. Louis Creative Advisor and Ferguson native Keyon Harrold returns home to present his brand new commission as our ’23/24 season finale! 

Presented by Kent & Jeannine Kalkwarf and Gilead Group.

For tickets & more information: my.jazzstl.org/events

22
Jun
2024

06-22-2024

Explore the fascinating history, culture and architectural legacy of Downtown St. Louis from the city's founding through its current development. Take the East or the West Tour on Saturdays, 9:00 to 11:30 am, April through October, rain or shine. Tours are limited to 15 people and cover about two miles at a leisurely pace. Tickets are $15 (children under 12 are free). Purchase tickets at: www.LandmarksTours-STL.org

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

22
Jun
2024

06-22-2024 -11:30 am

Craft Alliance welcomes all St. Louis area families for Free Family Studios, a free Saturday morning craft workshop for kids ages five and up with their parents and caregivers. Led by professional artists, families create together in the Craft Alliance studios to connect through craft, exploring clay, fiber, textiles, and more!

Free Family Studios take place on Saturdays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. They are open to the public, and all family structures are welcome.

Registration is required.

For more information: craftalliance.org

22
Jun
2024

06-22-2024 - 07-07-2024 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

22
Jun
2024

06-22-2024 - 06-25-2024 8:45 pm

Jazz St. Louis Creative Advisor and Ferguson native Keyon Harrold returns home to present his brand new commission as our ’23/24 season finale! 

Presented by Kent & Jeannine Kalkwarf and Gilead Group.

For tickets & more information: my.jazzstl.org/events

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