Boo Cat Club00:05:00
Nick Cave Exhibit00:00:39
Ron Stevens and Joy Grdnic00:07:51
Chess and Hip Hop00:00:00
Boo Cat Club
State of the Arts, St. Louis’ program about all things creative, comes to you from the Boo Cat Club. This newly renovated space was the original home to the St. Louis Artists’ Guild. The turn of the century building was designed by acclaimed architect Louis Spiering and Tennessee Williams once performed on the stage. Stories include a look at the connections between hip hop and chess, behind the scenes profiles of St. Louis’ well known media people and a story about a top a capella singing group.
State of the Arts is St. Louis’ only program devoted to the region’s vibrant arts community, taking audiences behind the scenes to meet the artists, writers, and performers who call St. Louis home.
Boo Cat Club
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