Screwed Cube Exhibition Featured on September 8 Episode of Sunday Arts

Nine PBS Series Highlights Summer Exhibit at Regional Arts Commission in the Delmar Loop


St. Louis, MO—September 4, 2013—The next episode of Nine Network’s weekly series Sunday Arts, broadcast Sunday, September 8 at 1:00 p.m. on Nine PBS, features Screwed Cube, an exhibition this summer at the Regional Arts Commission. Screwed Cube showcased the work of 11 artists, called the Screwed Arts Collective, who created a fascinating world of graffiti and collages of found objects.

In other segments, this episode of Sunday Arts features Motion House, an international dance company that incorporates unusual props into their programs including bulldozers, skate ramps and ships; American Indian painter and designer Walt Pourier, who infuses his work with elements of his culture; and Terry Ritter, a former Las Vegas showgirl who has traded in her spangles for a pallet to create paintings and sculptures. 

Sunday Arts is a half-hour magazine series showcasing arts stories from the Nine Network and PBS stations across the country. Every episode spotlights local arts organizations. Sunday Arts and all arts programming on the Nine Network are sponsored by PNC Bank.


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