State of the Arts is at the Foundry Art Centre, a former train car factory that is now a visual and performing arts space nestled next to the Missouri River.
With its roots in the African American community, for generations the fiddle has delighted its listeners in every music genre from Jazz to European Classicals. Produced by Sadiyyah Rice.
The art of chess, dark graphic novels and a worldwide dance to Michael Jackson's Thriller are just some of the stories in this episode of SOTA.
HEC-TV's Emmy award winning program about arts and artists. Hosted by Paul Schankman, this episode comes to you from the Contemporary Art Museum.
A first look at the new wing of the St. Louis Art Museum --plus one on one with backup dancer Christina Grady and poet Ntozake Shange.
Robert Reed’s St. Louis Tap Fest brings in dance pros like Gregory Hines, Savion Glover, Donald O’Connor, Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards & Logan Miller as mentors.
Visitors to the Foundry Arts Centre not only see great art on display but also meet talented working artists.
Puppetry is an ancient art form, but a recent COCA Family Series performance gave it a new twist.
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|DATE||Wednesday March 30th 2013|