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01 Dec 2020
US of A Drone Carpet by Margaret Keller

Keller: Eyes Wide Open — Privacy Matters

By Margaret Keller The Beginning It all started when I pulled into one of the giant concrete parking garages at the University of Missouri-STL, where I was headed to Gallery 210 to view the current art exhibit.  After maneuvering my Mini Cooper into a tiny spot, I happened to look up and saw a surveillance … Continue reading →Keller: Eyes Wide Open — Privacy Matters
23 Oct 2020
Caffeinated Curation featuring Stephen King's "The Shining" and a cappuccino by Blueprint Coffee at High Low in Grand Center, St. Louis

Caffeinated Curation: Stephen King

“Caffeinated Curation” is a routine book and beverage pairing that highlights Blueprint Coffee and relevant reading recommendations from High Low resident artists and community members. Our latest chapter of the series comes from High Low barista Lindsey. As a tribute to two classics that have carried me through all aspects of life — Stephen King’s “The … Continue reading →Caffeinated Curation: Stephen King
09 Oct 2020
Filmmaker in residence Josh Guffey

Residency provides support for filmmaking in St. Louis

“It’s up to independent filmmakers to show what filmmaking could be here.” That’s what filmmaker Josh Guffey believes when it comes to producing for the silver screen out of the Gateway City. “I think this community is ready. The talent is here … There’s great infrastructure and the Kranzberg Arts Foundation is a big part … Continue reading →Residency provides support for filmmaking in St. Louis
02 Oct 2020

1-act, 1-person production by The Midnight Company to open at The Kranzberg

“Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll” will open Oct. 29, with full COVID-19 mitigation policies in place. The popular adage that is often tossed around in show business, “the show must go on,” met its match this year as COVID-19 has practically shut down the arts and entertainment industries for months. Since we made the decision … Continue reading →1-act, 1-person production by The Midnight Company to open at The Kranzberg
28 Sep 2020
John Henry, founder of Open Highway Music Festival

St. Louis’ music scene sees collaboration, opportunity amid COVID

Kranzberg Arts Foundation partners with Open Highway Music Festival for month-long brunch and live music series By Caitlin Lally Sundays in October are about to get a little louder in Grand Center. The sound of banjos strumming and voices harmonizing will fill the air outside The Grandel as the community gathers, safely, for brunch and … Continue reading →St. Louis’ music scene sees collaboration, opportunity amid COVID
14 Sep 2020
I Thirst by Megan Kenyon

Kenyon: When I Look Into the Face of My Enemy, I See My Brother

A Look at the Heart Behind “Consider…” By Megan Kenyon “We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but we have not learned the simple art of living together as brothers.” -Martin Luther King Jr. Full disclosure: When I initially came up with the idea for Consider…, my vision for this show revolved … Continue reading →Kenyon: When I Look Into the Face of My Enemy, I See My Brother
08 Sep 2020
Donation bags of fresh produce from Sally's Rooftop Garden

Growing community: The Dark Room, Urban Harvest STL donate fresh produce

In an effort to build sustainable infrastructure and feed artists, The Dark Room and Urban Harvest STL have been collaborating to donate pantry items including fresh produce to local families in need. From radishes and collard greens to oregano and thyme, Sally’s Rooftop Garden — which is located above .ZACK and maintained by Urban Harvest … Continue reading →Growing community: The Dark Room, Urban Harvest STL donate fresh produce
28 Aug 2020

Arts organizations statewide partner to launch Missouri ArtSafe

Create Safely. Present Safely. Attend Safely. When it comes to the arts, it’s as our trustee Nancy Kranzberg says: “There ain’t nothin’ like the real thing.” Here at the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, we have always loved gathering people to experience the best of our thriving arts community. And while we’re amazed at the new and … Continue reading →Arts organizations statewide partner to launch Missouri ArtSafe
20 Aug 2020

Ignite Theatre Company produces first streamed musical amid pandemic

While some may see wearing masks or standing six feet apart as hindrances to artmaking, one St. Louis theatre company has welcomed the new norms to reignite their production methods. After hosting virtual auditions, rehearsing for hours over Zoom, and then recording scenes in small physically-distanced groups, Ignite Theatre Company will present “A Chorus Line … Continue reading →Ignite Theatre Company produces first streamed musical amid pandemic
10 Aug 2020
Caffeinated Curation featuing "Leo the Late Bloomer" by Robert Kraus and High Low barista Josie's Special Blueprint Coffee

Caffeinated Curation: Robert Kraus

“Caffeinated Curation” is a routine book and beverage pairing that highlights Blueprint Coffee and relevant reading recommendations from High Low resident artists and community members. Our latest chapter of the series comes from High Low barista Josie. Sometimes a book just calls to you. One day working at High Low, “Leo the Late Bloomer” by … Continue reading →Caffeinated Curation: Robert Kraus
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