Critical Mass for the Visual Arts Presents “Seed the Change”

Seed the Change was a weekend-long collaborative drawing art project along the St. Louis Riverfront. Using black sunflower seeds and millet, an unforgettable “seed drawing” was made on the sidewalk along Lenore K. Sullivan Boulevard, centering on the arch and extending hundreds of feet north and south. The temporary art initiative was created by artist Jessica Witte. Witte and her assistants outlined the underlying design, based on Missouri native wildflowers, on Friday. Viewers were then be invited to add to and manipulate the drawing throughout the weekend. Produced by Kerry Marks

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Critical Mass for the Visual Arts Presents “Seed the Change”

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Ancient Peruvian Textiles Demonstrate a World Filled With Opposition in Balance at SLAM

Free exhibition at the Saint Louis Art Museum, "Balance and Opposition in Ancient Peruvian Textiles," is open from June 15 through November 25, 2018.

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Muny Memories at the Missouri History Museum

In celebration of a century of amazing theater in Forest Park, the Missouri History Museum presents Muny Memories: 100 Seasons Onstage.

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New Exhibits at Bruno David Gallery in June 2018

Bruno David Gallery presents two new solo exhibitions from a couple print makers with very different styles and techniques.

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Edo Rosenblith: Let Me Help You Make A Mural at COCA

COCA is giving visitors the opportunity to become the artist in their new exhibit Edo Rosenblith: Let Me Help You Make A Mural.

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Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Presents Romeo & Juliet

An up close, behind the scenes look at Shakespeare Festival St. Louis' production of Romeo & Juliet, showing for free in Forest Park through June 24, 2018.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am