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Upcoming events

17
Oct
2022

10-17-2022

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.

 

17
Oct
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/

17
Oct
2022

10-17-2022

Stray Dog Theatre presents "A Little Night Music," with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; and book by Hugh Wheeler.

Dates: October 6-22, 2022. 8 PM Thursdays - Saturdays. Additional performance 2 PM Sunday, October 16 and 8 PM Wednesday, October 19.

Synopsis: Set in a weekend country house in turn of the century Sweden, this musical farce brings together surprising liaisons, long simmering passions, and a taste of love’s endless possibilities. Hailed as witty and wildly romantic, the story centers on the elegant actress Desirée Armfeldt and the spider’s web of sensuality, intrigue, and desire that surrounds her.

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

https://www.straydogtheatre.org/a-little-night-music-oct-2022

17
Oct
2022

Noël Coward’s wit and sophistication are on full display in this scathing sendup of the British upper class of the 1930s.

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

https://www.eventvesta.com/events/19184/t/tickets

18
Oct
2022

10-18-2022 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

18
Oct
2022

10-18-2022

Awaken your body and bask in the morning sunlight! This gentle yoga practice is designed to energize and align your body and mind through movement and breath.

WHEN: Tuesdays, May 3 through October 18; 7-7:45 a.m. 

WHERE: Kiener Plaza, 500 Chestnut St., St. Louis, MO 63101

COST: Free and open to the public. 

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit https://archpark.org/events/sunrise-yoga

18
Oct
2022

Vocalist Miss Jubilee (aka Valerie Kirchhoff) leads this high-energy jazz and blues ensemble, paying homage to the female blues singers of the 1920s and ‘30s and to the rich musical heritage of St. Louis. Performed with joy, precision and an infectious energy, they prove why these vintage songs have become enduring classics. Enjoy complimentary coffee and pastries at 9 a.m.!

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

https://www.thesheldon.org/events/miss-jubilee-the-yas-yas-boys/

18
Oct
2022

10-18-2022

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.

 

18
Oct
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/

18
Oct
2022

10-18-2022
Online

Left Bank Books and Books & Books with Miami Book Fair + independent bookstores welcome award-winning author, activist and actress Amber Tamblyn, for a special virtual event to celebrate the release of the anthology Listening in the Dark: Women Reclaiming the Power of Intuition, in an exclusive online event at 7pm CT / 8pm ET on Tuesday, October 18th. Joining us will be contributors Amy Poehler, Samantha Irby, & Bonnie Tamblyn (Amber's mom). Order a copy of Listening in the Dark: Women Reclaiming the Power of Intuition from Left Bank Books to gain access to the event & support authors and independent bookstores!

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

https://www.left-bank.com/event/amber-tamblyn-listening-dark

18
Oct
2022

10-18-2022

Stray Dog Theatre presents "A Little Night Music," with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; and book by Hugh Wheeler.

Dates: October 6-22, 2022. 8 PM Thursdays - Saturdays. Additional performance 2 PM Sunday, October 16 and 8 PM Wednesday, October 19.

Synopsis: Set in a weekend country house in turn of the century Sweden, this musical farce brings together surprising liaisons, long simmering passions, and a taste of love’s endless possibilities. Hailed as witty and wildly romantic, the story centers on the elegant actress Desirée Armfeldt and the spider’s web of sensuality, intrigue, and desire that surrounds her.

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

https://www.straydogtheatre.org/a-little-night-music-oct-2022

18
Oct
2022

Noël Coward’s wit and sophistication are on full display in this scathing sendup of the British upper class of the 1930s.

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

https://www.eventvesta.com/events/19184/t/tickets

19
Oct
2022

10-19-2022 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

19
Oct
2022

10-19-2022

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.

 

19
Oct
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/

19
Oct
2022

10-19-2022

Stray Dog Theatre presents "A Little Night Music," with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; and book by Hugh Wheeler.

Dates: October 6-22, 2022. 8 PM Thursdays - Saturdays. Additional performance 2 PM Sunday, October 16 and 8 PM Wednesday, October 19.

Synopsis: Set in a weekend country house in turn of the century Sweden, this musical farce brings together surprising liaisons, long simmering passions, and a taste of love’s endless possibilities. Hailed as witty and wildly romantic, the story centers on the elegant actress Desirée Armfeldt and the spider’s web of sensuality, intrigue, and desire that surrounds her.

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

https://www.straydogtheatre.org/a-little-night-music-oct-2022

19
Oct
2022

Noël Coward’s wit and sophistication are on full display in this scathing sendup of the British upper class of the 1930s.

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

https://www.eventvesta.com/events/19184/t/tickets

19
Oct
2022

10-19-2022

Come join Jake & Elwood and the rest of the crew for the 7th annual Voodoo Blues Brothers at the Broadway Oyster Bar. And yes, the chicken wire is back too! $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/626656715785406/

20
Oct
2022

10-20-2022 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

20
Oct
2022

10-20-2022

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.