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St. Louis Art Museum opens new exhibit featuring prints, drawings, paintings, objects in “The Artist and the Modern Studio”

The Saint Louis Art Museum presents The Artist and the Modern Studio, a free exhibition examining how artists turned to their own studio spaces as a subject for exploration. Drawn primarily from the Museum’s collection, The Artist and the Modern Studio will highlight more than 30 American and European artists, with a concentration of works produced... See More.

Tonight, Look For A Rare (But Not Quite Blue) Moon

Get ready for a very rare event tonight — a blue moon. But don’t expect to see a new hue. A blue moon, at least according to the modern definition of the term, has nothing to do with color. Instead, it simply means a second full moon in the same calendar month. As NASA explains: “Most... See More.

New exhibit at Craft Alliance overlaps art, craft, popular culture

Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design announces a new exhibit, Speaking with Threads, which is presented in conjunction with Innovations in Textiles 10, a regional collaborative event celebrating fiber art.  Featuring work by Mary Bero, Sonya Clark, Kathy Halper, Cindy Hickok, Mark Newport, Carol Shinn, and Benji Whalen. Speaking with Threads features seven artists whose work incorporates utilitarian... See More.

Summer program at Harris-Stowe gives science students a boost

By Véronique LaCapra Of St. Louis Public Radio (St. Louis Public Radio) — Some incoming freshmen at Harris-Stowe State University are getting their first taste of college life — and a crash course in math and science. Every summer, the Academy for Science & Mathematics provides up to 25 students with free room and board... See More.

STLCC partners with Better Family Life to host Amnesty Project Aug. 1-8

For the fifth straight year, St. Louis Community College is teaming with Better Family Life, Inc. to offer St. Louisans who have misdemeanor warrants an opportunity to resolve their legal issues; more than 30 city and county municipalities will participate in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area Amnesty Project. The Amnesty Project was established in... See More.

Webster film student wins multiple awards at the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase, invited to International Film Festival

Every year, dozens of Webster University film students in the School of Communications make “Senior Overview” movies as their final projects. The films are reviewed by faculty for final grades and are shown to the University community and guests during Commencement week. But this year, one of those films has earned some extra attention. After... See More.

Tips for parents of new college students by WashU Expert

Among the advice from Karen Levin Coburn: Avoid saying ‘when I was in college … ’ By: Karen Levin Coburn Freshman year of college can be a time of excitement and discovery, but it also is a period of ambivalence, sadness and doubt — and not just for students. Parents also struggle as their child... See More.

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