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20 Mar 2020

While the Kranzberg Arts Foundation Music Artists-in-Residence typically share their talents on stage for audiences across St. Louis, the spread of COVID-19 has prevented such from happening for at least several weeks. As many of us are practicing social distancing with perhaps a surplus of time on our hands, it’s a great time to discover … Continue reading Follow, download, share: St. Louis musicians need your support

19 Mar 2020

Across the nation and in our own community, the spread of COVID-19 has left thousands of workers in the service and hospitality industry without employment, and consequently, without paychecks. Whether it’s you or someone you know who has recently lost their source of income due to the closure of restaurants, bars, and hospitality venues, below … Continue reading Resources for St. Louis Service Industry Workers Affected by COVID-19

19 Mar 2020

As the spread of COVID-19 continues to have an adverse effect on industries of all types, the St. Louis arts is no exception. These Kranzberg Arts Foundation resident organizations need your support now more than ever. Consider extending a virtual helping hand, and make a donation today. The recently passed COVID-19 relief bill allows those … Continue reading These St. Louis Arts Organizations Need Support

05 Mar 2020

Paired with an unassuming latte by @blueprintcoffee, the latest issue of River Styx Literary Magazine is the next feature in the “Caffeinated Curation” series. 📖☕ Recommended by @riverstyxmag Managing Editor Shanie Latham, lattes were her go-to when it came to fueling up during the final production stages of issue 102. Since 1975, River Styx has published an international, … Continue reading Caffeinated Curation: River Styx Literary Magazine

17 Feb 2020

The next “Caffeinated Curation” — a routine pairing of books and beverages by @blueprintcoffee — features selections from @kranzbergarts Visual Experience Coordinator Alexis Rivierre (@alexisrivierre_art). “for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf” by Ntozake Shange, a renowned poet, novelist, and playwright, is a commentary on what it means to be a woman of color in … Continue reading Caffeinated Curation: Ntozake Shange

01 Feb 2020

By Alexis Rivierre The Kranzberg Arts Foundation is pleased to announce our 2020 Gallery Exhibitions featuring 14 artists who answered our call for the theme of Knowledge. Many of the artists utilize varied applications of language while considering the historical, intuitive, and practical applications of knowledge in our culture. Working in collage, photography. painting, printmaking, and … Continue reading Knowledge: Perceiving, Discovering, Learning

01 Feb 2020

By Nancy Kranzberg I was inspired by two art exhibitions at The Sheldon Art Galleries in Grand Center Arts District. The first was titled “Amazing Horns: Bridging Continents, Bridging Time.” The works were instruments from The Hartenberger Collection of Musical Instruments now owned by The Sheldon. Dr. Aurelia Hartenberger has been researching and collecting musical … Continue reading State of the Arts: Spring/Summer 2020

01 Feb 2020

By Jen Roberts It began with a simple but brilliant premise.  “The idea was that artists were well-equipped to run the artistic part of their careers but needed expert advice when it came to legal and accounting matters,” says Sue Greenberg, executive director of Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts (VLAA), founded in 1982 … Continue reading Supporting the Arts: Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts looks for ways to expand its efforts

01 Feb 2020

By Melissa Meinzer As any plugged-in music fan will tell you, the music scene here is rockin’ and rollin’ — no help needed. On any night, you can find local, regional, and national acts in everything from gritty little rooms to stadiums. Now, a trio of new or reworked events aim to shine a light … Continue reading Turning Up the Volume: Saint Louis Music Initiative aims to shine a spotlight on the region’s robust music scene

01 Feb 2020

South Africa meets St. Louis for two performances that speak volumes about the universal human experience through movement. By Caitlin Lally Note: This article has been updated to reflect changes to performance dates and times. Performing in sold-out shows more than 8,500 miles away, resident company Karlovsky & Company Dance had the opportunity to recently … Continue reading Transcen-Dance: Karlovsky & Company Dance partners with South African dance company for ‘Conversations’

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