April 2014, Harris Stowe State University

Like music? Then you’ll love this episode of State of the Arts coming to you from the beautiful Emerson Performance Center at Harris Stowe State University. In addition to Pokey LaFarge, Bella & Lily, Darwyn Apple and Matt Lesch, you’ll see stories about dance, theatre and visual art. Go behind-the-scenes with acclaimed bronze sculptor Harry Weber, hear from Jackie Joyner-Kersee about a special dance honoring her life and career, meet Harris-Stowe’s first artist-in-residence Synthia Saint James, and see how Opera Theatre of Saint Louis connects with designer Isaac Mizrahi. See all these stories and more in exclusive coverage of St. Louis’s creative arts scene in the Emmy-Award winning State of the Arts.

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April 2014, Harris Stowe State University

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