SLAM Celebrates Folk Art with Self-Taught Genius

The Saint Louis Art Museum will present Self-Taught Genius: Treasures from the American Folk Art Museum from June 19 through September 11, 2016. It explores the concept of a “self-taught genius” through more than 100 works from the Revolutionary War to contemporary times. Self-Taught Genius premiered in 2014 and was organized by the American Folk Art Museum with funding from the Henry Luce Foundation, as part of its 75th anniversary initiative.

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SLAM Celebrates Folk Art with Self-Taught Genius

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Tom Huck and his Evil Prints on view at Duane Reed Gallery

Duane Reed Gallery presents a career retrospective of world renowned print maker Tom Huck's work. Also on display is the art of Jed Jackson and Peter Olsen.

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Jazz,Theater Combine for "Bud, Not Buddy" scored by Terrence Blanchard

Metro Theater Company partnered with Jazz St. Louis to produce "Bud, Not Buddy," a concert play based on the award-winning book by Christopher Paul Curtis.

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Printmaking & Historical Architecture Exhibits at Kemper Art Museum

Washington University's Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum opened exhibits featuring printmaking and the history of the Danforth Campus on February 2, 2018.

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Photography from around the world at Foundry Art Centre

Photography 6 presents works from St. Louis to the United Kingdom and shows the versatility of photography as an art form like few other exhibits can.

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The Talking Cure at the Kranzberg Arts Center

“The Talking Cure” is a multimedia exhibit by Melissa Stern that takes its name from Sigmund Freud’s original description of psychoanalysis.

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