Armour has evolved quite a bit in the last six years. Read about their total rebranding.
“Out of Silence” aims to destigmatize abortion and normalize the sharing of abortion stories by providing a venue to explore the intimate and personal details inherent in these experiences.
Every season, museums present a new set of exhibitions to inspire, challenge and educate the public. Now that St. Louis museums have had a few weeks to celebrate their openings, their exhibitions and their artists, I want to take a moment to appreciate the diversity in Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis’ four spring shows.
Rodney McMillian’s “A Migration Tale,” part of the New Media Series at Saint Louis Art Museum, challenges its viewers to reconsider their understanding of racial and class disparities.
Deana Lawson’s photographs in the newly-opened exhibition, “Deana Lawson,” at Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis resonate with grace and power and beauty.
A new documentary film, “The American Artist: The Life & Times of George Caleb Bingham,” screened at the Saint Louis Art Museum (SLAM) on Sunday, Nov. 6. The film tells the story of Bingham’s artistic and political life, introducing his relatively unknown work to the general public and elevating him to the level of American classics such as Gilbert Stuart and Thomas Hart Benton.
The opening of “Kelley Walker: Direct Drive” at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis on Sept. 16 and the associated artist talk the following evening have prompted a complex and troubling controversy over the racially and sexually charged exhibition and the responses of the artist and the museum since.
The pivotal role of photography in conflict resolution will be explored in an upcoming photography conference being organized by Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts lecturers Gina Grafos and David Johnson at the Chase Park Plaza from Oct. 6-8.
A recently opened Dara Birnbaum exhibit is part of the Saint Louis Art Museum’s New Media Series, which exhibits digital media installations by living artists that engage the audience through both film and sound.
The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum celebrated the 10th anniversary of being in its current building with the opening of its “Real / Radical / Psychological: The Collection on Display” exhibition this past Friday, Sept. 9.