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.
Pixel Press allows people to create and design their own video games. The entrepreneurial company was crowd-funded by kickstarter.
Pokey LaFarge, Bella & Lily and Darwyn Apple are just some of the musicians featured in this State of the Arts.
Harry Weber's latest Bronze sculpture to grace the St. Louis landscape is along Washington Avenue. And find out how the "St. Louis Blues" music is the essence of another bronze for Washington Ave.
In Pokey LaFarge’s 31 years, he’s played his unique style of music for fans around the world. His style isn’t an act; it’s who he is.
A dance based on the life and career of Olympic gold medalist Jackie Joyner Kersee iis brought to the stage by MADCO.
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.
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.
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|DATE||Wednesday March 30th 2013|