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State of the Arts

Andrew Millner: Rose Parade

St. Louis artist Andy Millner takes us into the studio and behind the scenes as he prepares for his recent show at the William Shearborn Gallery, “Andrew Millner: Rose Parade,” a visual meditation on “the relationship between art and nature, the natural and the made.”

State of the Arts features the work of the top artists, writers and performers in the Midwest region. This episode features the work of glass artist Sam Stang, singer Terry Barber, an inside look at the expansion of Laumeier Sculpture Park and a heartwarming story about how Variety Children’s theatre is helping disabled kids shine.

Andrew Millner: Rose Parade

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Hail to the Kings

When you think of drag, you probably picture a drag queen. But there's a whole sub-genre of drag kings. We'll hear from some about what they do and why.

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Piling in for Porchfest in St. Louis

It's a Sunday afternoon and a St. Louis neighborhood is overrun by music fans. The stages are people's front porches. The fast-growing event is Porchfest.

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Dwell In Other Futures Art Festival

What does it mean to "Dwell In Other Futures?" It is a concept as much as an exhibit, where the hope is artists' images of tomorrow can improve cities of today.

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The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and Powell Hall Celebrate 50 Years Together

The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and Powell Hall celebrate fifty years together! A musician, who's been at Powell since the beginning, helps tell the story.

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Reuben Reuel Creates Clothing For All Sizes of Women While Building Fashion In St. Louis

Reuben Reuel creates custom fashion pieces that flatter the silhouette of many shapes of women - and he's putting St. Louis fashion on the map in the process.

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