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Printmaking & Historical Architecture Exhibits at Kemper Art Museum

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Photography from around the world at Foundry Art Centre

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The Talking Cure at the Kranzberg Arts Center

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Personal Safety in the Modern World | Nick Droege

Nick explains and demos advance personal safety application from Safetrek Nick is the Co-Founder of SafeTrek one of St. Louis' fastest growing companies. SafeTrek is the modern day 9-1-1 and was recently named the …

What I learned designing for Deaf kids | Marcus Adrian

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Grieving Difficult History: There’s a Place for That | Theresa Coble

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Unleashing the power of maps | Ness Sandoval

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Beat Box | Nicole Paris

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Felicia Shaw

More than thirty years ago the Regional Arts Commission was formed to promote, encourage and foster the arts and cultural institutions in the St. Louis region, and to contribute to the economic development of the …

Race Cars, Fantasy Worlds & Typewriter Art at CAM St. Louis

The Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis presents Salvatore Scarpitta: Racing Cars, Trenton Doyle Hancock: The Re-Evolving Door to the Moundverse and Tim Youd: St. Louis Retyped. These exhibits will be on display from January …

STL Symphony: 50 Years at Powell Hall

The St. Louis Public Library presents another amazing exhibit showcasing an iconic staple of St. Louis. The STL Symphony is celebrating 50 years in their home at Powell Hall, and Maureen Byrne of the STL …

Not Your Grandma’s Roller Derby!

Roller Derby in St. Louis is bigger and better than ever! The sport began to wane in the 1970s, but in the 2000s, St. Louis established itself as one of the leading Roller …

All Colors at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild

The Portfolio Gallery presents “All Colors” at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild. Founder of Portfolio Gallery and Education Center Robert Allen Powell provides insights into what Portfolio does and how this exhibition can help support …

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