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The North County Big Band, presented by The Sheldon and HEAL Center for the Arts, brings together some of the best high school and middle school musical talent from St. Louis’ North County. Led by Harvey Lockhart, select members of the Big Band recently recorded this mini-concert featuring the music of Duke Ellington, with introductions by students and some soul-stirring examples of the musical progress they have made during this very unusual school year.
Help “Keep the Music Playing” for Sumner High School students with a donation during our April MFLA instrument drive!
Ceramic artist Carol Fleming shows her trademark columns, 8-foot tall, 250-pound sculptures representing vertical bridges that offer a connection toward acceptance and peace.
Guen Montgomery is an artist and performer whose work investigates identity through studies of gender, regional narrative and family mythology.
An annual installation of works from the Bellwether Foundation collection, the exhibit will feature oil and watercolor paintings and for the first time, drawings from Smith’s sketchbooks.
Deconstructed urban landscapes are featured in Stefanie Kirkland’s collage work. This exhibit represents an artist self-portrait as she looks at places she has lived and compares personal identity and memory with the cities she has called home.
James Southard’s work has addressed a broad range of subjects including cultural identity, human reactions to cinematography used in film noir and science fiction films, and habitual surveying.
This exhibition highlights a selection of work from recent projects undertaken by students in the Department of Design, Visual and Performing Arts at St. Louis Community College’s Meramec campus.
Tim Hahn’s paintings become objects through the use of his chosen materials and processes.
The third in a series that celebrates St. Louis’ multicultural communities, this exhibit offers a glimpse into the dramatic and regional traditions of Eastern cultures – China, Korea, Japan, Mongolia and Tibet, and into the lively masquerade traditions of Oceania – Papua New Guinea and New Zealand.
Rhythm + Blues Legend
Rhythm + Blues Legend