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Upcoming events

02
Oct
2022

On Sunday, October 2nd the Missouri Department of Conservation is hosting Valley View Glades Exploration. With their thin soils, exposed rocks, and unique biodiversity, glades are some of the most interesting natural communities in Missouri. This hike is 2.6 miles and of moderate difficulty. The terrain is rough and rocky, and you can expect elevation changes of up to 423 feet. The trail also may be overgrown in some areas and could be muddy or slick. Bring a lunch. This Valley View Glades Exploration takes place on Sunday, October 2nd from 10am to 2pm at Valley View Glades Hillsboro.

02
Oct
2022

10-02-2022

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.

 

02
Oct
2022

10-02-2022

Come to The Attic for football Sunday fun day. Watch your favorite team inside or on our beautiful patio, enjoy your favorite beverages, and have some great food from Who Dat. Doors open at 11. 21+

$20 bottomless mimosas, bloody mary’s, and mules.

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/22440-football-sunday-fun-day

02
Oct
2022

Join us for a concert under the Pavilion at our NEW! Cider Shed. This concert is FREE and family-friendly. Delicious food & tasty drinks will be available for purchase from our Cider Shed; no outside food or drinks are allowed. Dogs are permitted in outdoor areas, as long as they are on a leash.

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

https://eckerts.com/event/live-music-joe-polach-and-the-st-louis-express-2/

02
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/

02
Oct
2022

An afternoon of diverse music on neighborhood porches and in front yards, in Skinker DeBaliviere, a city neighborhood between Forest Park and the Delmar Loop. 35+ acts are confirmed representing a wide variety of styles, including folk, punk, new age, classic rock, jazz, and choral music. Each band will play 45-minute sets for a public audience invited to bring lawn chairs and fill the nearby sidewalks. The main stage event at 5:30 pm is a performance by the Free Agents.

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

02
Oct
2022

From the muddy banks of the Mississippi comes the foot tapping sound of Three Fathoms. Join us for a day of Oktoberfest fun and music.

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

02
Oct
2022

10-02-2022
Online

PorchFest is a unique event featuring local bands on neighborhood porches. Admission is free and attendees walk from porch to porch choosing from a diverse music selection.

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

https://skinkerdebaliviere.wordpress.com/2022/05/23/porchfest-stl-is-back-october-2-2022/

02
Oct
2022

10-02-2022

Join us for the opening of our 67th season, Progressions. We present works for double choir by E. W. Naylor, John Rutter and Steven Stucky. Then Dobrinka Tabakova, a shining light of new music in Europe, will fly here for the world premiere of the mass she has written specially for us. Immerse yourself in her rapturous music and greet the composer afterwards.

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

02
Oct
2022

10-02-2022

STL Originals is a FREE event in Ritz Park (next to Steve's Hot Dogs on South Grand). It's celebration of St. Louis creators - homegrown bands and brands. Each element of the festival will be curated by Steve Ewing himself - a St. Louis original himself, Steve is one of St. Louis's top musicians & frontman for bands like The Urge, Master Blaster, and the Steve Ewing Band. This year's event will also be a fundraiser for Steve's "Feed The People" program at Steve's Hot Dogs, which has fed more than 6,000 first responders and people in need in the community since 2020.

This year's lineup will include some top-notch St. Louis talent, including Orangetree, Boomtown United, Fire the Humans and Midwest Avengers in addition to other creators, makers, food and drinks.

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

https://cli.re/21194-steve-ewing-presents-stl-originals-festival

02
Oct
2022

10-02-2022

Learn to play a variety of musical styles in a supportive and relaxed environment. Open to all ages and ability levels. String Jams take place every first and third Sunday of the month at 5pm at Ryan Hummert Memorial Park Pavilion or, in case of severe weather, St. Louis String Collective Studio. Follow us on social media for updates on times and locations.

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

02
Oct
2022

10-02-2022

Javier Mendoza (Hobo Cane) Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month at 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://www.eventvesta.com/events/21178/t/tickets

02
Oct
2022

10-02-2022

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.

02
Oct
2022

Hosted by Mark Pannebecker with an occasional featured poet, which will be listed at https://www.spinebookstorecafe.com/

Our poetry nights are inclusive and supportive. A perfect place to read for the first time, try new material, experiment, or share your published work.

Doors: 6-10pm // Poetry 7:30-9:30

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

02
Oct
2022

10-02-2022

A Sunday evening drag event! Hosted by Aiden Control and Tiffany Sapphire, this drag extravaganza will feature performances by both hosts as well as Lola Control and Moxxi Mayhem!

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

02
Oct
2022

10-02-2022

Multi-talented comedian, actor, singer and writer Rodney Carrington is bringing his comedy tour to River City Casino & Hotel for two shows Friday, September 30 and Saturday, October 1, 2022. Rodney Carrington has been playing sold-out shows around the world as one of the Top 10 highest-grossing touring comedians for the past two decades. A platinum-recording artist, Carrington's recorded eight major record label comedy albums, followed by three albums on his own record label, Laughter's Good Records. Carrington is fresh off the release of his latest album, "Get Em Out," (released 2019) which hit #1 on iTunes. His album "Here Comes the Truth” (released 2017) climbed to #3 on the comedy charts, accruing tens of millions of streams on Spotify and even spawned a Netflix special. Rodney is fresh off the release of his latest single, "Let Me In," (released October 15, 2021) and is gearing up for a year of touring in 2022! 

You must be 21 and older to attend. Mature audiences only.

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

02
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

03
Oct
2022

10-03-2022 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

03
Oct
2022

10-03-2022

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.

 

03
Oct
2022

10-03-2022

Ozark Theatre Live Music Is Back! The Ozark Theatre in Webster Groves, located at 103 East Lockwood Ave, is back in operation with a Monday Music for Seniors program. On Mondays, from noon until 2pm, The Tiny Hill Combo, featuring music by some of the finest musicians and vocalists, will perform songs from the Big Band Era through early Rock' Roll.

The program runs through October 10, except for Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day. Admission is free. Bring your lunch, but PLEASE NO OUTSIDE DRINKS. We have a cash bar serving beer, wine, bottled water and soft drinks. Coffee and snacks will be served during the band's break. Parking is free. Entrance to the theatre is from the side parking lot.

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