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State of the Arts

Battle of the Boards-World Chess HOF

Soldiers in World War II used chess to pass the time and as a means of survival. The World Chess Hall of Fame examines the role of chess in the great war.

State of the Arts takes you inside the newly reopened Pulitzer Arts Foundation building in Grand Center. The building was designed by renowned architect Tadao Ando and now features expanded gallery space on the lower level. Find out more about that, plus see a lineup of stories that take you behind the scenes with St. Louis's gifted artists, performers and writers.

Battle of the Boards-World Chess HOF

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St. Louis Artists Splashed Onto Trading Cards

St. Louis' best artists on trading cards? That's the project taken on by at St. Louis photographer feeding on his childhood love of baseball cards.

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Arts Incubator

The Catalyst Innovation Lab inside the Centene Center for the Arts is a new space capitalizing on an old concept: that of the incubator space.

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Monaco: Artist Owned, Artist Run Collective

Monaco, a new arts collective on Cherokee Street, supports its members by providing a space for artists to forge new connections and create community.

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MakersValley Looks To Democratize Manufacturing - Starting With The Fashion Industry

MakersValley is an online business to business service platform that connects makers with highly skilled artisans and manufacturers for small scale orders.

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Bill Smith Artist/Inventor

Bill Smith studies the design of nature through art. Julie Tristan shows us how he does this using his background in biology, chemistry & diesel mechanics!

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