State of the Arts is HEC-TV's Emmy award winning program about the Midwest's best arts and artists. From dance to jazz to blues to sculpture to painting, SOTA takes you behind the scenes and into the studios of working artists in America's heartland. This episode takes you to a museum devoted to all things chess, the World Chess Hall of Fame.
The World Chess Hall of Fame is a one-of-a-kind museum dedicated to the art and culture of chess
St. Louis filmmakers, wood artists, actors, students and aerial artists are featured in this episode of State of the Arts.
The graceful art of aerial silks is a dance performed while soaring through the air. Aerial silks is a form of creative expression that is physically challenging and empowering. Bumbershoot Aerial Arts teaches to...
Belleville, IL students worked with sculptor Marina Lee to create piece of public art.
Swing dance, the band SHEL, Helene Sayad, MADCO and Eugene Redmond are featured in this State of the Arts.
A huge exhibit at the Missouri History Museum celebrates St. Louis' 250th year but a local photographer is also contributing in a unique way!
Shel delivers a fusion of classical, indie pop, jazz and Americana fiddle inspired instrumentals with ethereal vocals in their trademark whimsical fashion.
Swing dance a lively style of social dancing has seen a resurgence. Swing is the foundation of many dances today and is the favorite among social dancers.
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|DATE||Wednesday March 30th 2013|