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Theater reopens with a multimedia show about Renaissance artists and rivals Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.
Grass is too wet to watch "The Sandlot" on Art Hill, but an indoor make-up screening is planned.
Organizers hope the Route 66 Mural Art Trail — coming four years before the centenary celebration of the Mother Road — will draw visitors to Illinois' last 100 miles of the route.
During World War II, French patriot Josephine Baker risked her life again and again, new book says.
Spring Church was left a shell by an electrical fire in 2001. It's still a shell — but has been made safe for photo shoots, art exhibits and more.
The importance and grandeur of the Mississippi River was the topic of a Missouri History Museum exhibit that has now been recognized for its own award for importance.
Jody Sowell, who has worked for the Missouri History Museum for 16 years, will take over in July as president of the Missouri Historical Society.
Anna Maria von Phul was no stranger to tragedy during her life. But her artwork of St. Louis still conveys more charm than hardship.
New informative panels, two years in the making, are part of ongoing efforts to publicly reckon with flaws in men idealized as heroes.
The annual Mother's Day weekend art fair at Laumeier Sculpture Park was held online for two years during the pandemic.
Kehinde Wiley's "Rumors of War" is modeled on a statue of J.E.B. Stuart that long stood in Richmond, Virginia.
St. Louis Art Museum exhibition includes pieces formerly owned by royalty and likely is visitors' only chance to see a large display of such stone works.
All scheduled on-site programming is canceled, but some events in connection with Martin Luther King Day will be held via Zoom.
He had been devoted to St. Louis and was proud to support visual arts, at both Washington University and the St. Louis Art Museum.
Three artists working in St. Louis have been chosen from 105 applicants for the 10th Great Rivers Biennial Arts Award Program.
Sunflowers will bloom through December in the "Beyond Van Gogh" experience in St. Louis.
The pieces are "highly important additions" and among the most significant gifts in its 142-year history, the museum announced Monday.
Hobbyists who dress as German soldiers are adamant that public events are to educate onlookers.
More than 90 years after the painting was last reported forgotten, a local artist tracked it down again.
Organizers hoped a new generator would arrive late Tuesday afternoon.
Finalists have been chosen for the Great Rivers Biennial Arts Award Program.
"Your museum has four Van Goghs," the art historian said excitedly.
Across the metro area, cultural venues have added security through the years.
The experience "Beyond Van Gogh" is staying overtime in Austin, Texas, and won't open here until Oct. 1. It will run through Nov. 21 at the Galleria.
Frances Levine, an archeologist and historian, was hired in 2014 and will retire in 2022.
The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum and the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis received money for future exhibitions.
Traveling exhibition from Smithsonian opens July 24.
The general public can return to the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum starting Wednesday, more than a year after the museum first closed because of the COVID pandemic.
The St. Louis Art Museum has announced its next director, Min Jung Kim, the first woman to lead one of the city's most admired cultural institutions.
Seven photographers will be honored in a hybrid live/virtual ceremony Oct. 29 at .ZACK. The hall of fame and museum, 3415 Olive Street, will follow the induction with an exhibition of the ph…
Nichole N. Bridges has been named the St. Louis Art Museum's Morton D. May Curator of the Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas.