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  • November 1, 2014
Arts & Culture

Living St. Louis | Drone Photographer

Living St. Louis | Drone Photographer
Living St. Louis
Producer Patrick Murphy profiles St. Louis artist Tony Carosella, who combines photography with a drone to come up with some interesting new perspectives on our relationship to the... Continue →

Arts America | October 25, 2014

Arts America | October 25, 2014
The Frei family has been creating stained glass in their St. Louis studio for well over a century, employing old world techniques developed in the Middle Ages to craft windows... Continue →

Living St. Louis | Jazz Center Opening

Living St. Louis | Jazz Center Opening
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell goes to the nearly-completed Harold and Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz on the day of its grand opening.

Arts America | October 18, 2014

Arts America | October 18, 2014
The Whitney Museum of American Art displays the drawings of Edward Hopper, revealing his creative process and the connections between his work and the New York he grew up in... Continue →

Arts America | October 11, 2014

Arts America | October 11, 2014
St. Louis ArtWorks involves young people in the disciplines of opera by guiding them through the process of creating their own opera on St. Louis’ Ville neighborhood.Houston architect Brett Zamore... Continue →

Arts America | October 4, 2014

Arts America | October 4, 2014
Arts America
St. Louis artist Tony Carosella combines photography with a drone to come up with some interesting new perspectives on our relationship to the land. Bonham’s Motorcycle Auction makes... Continue →

Arts America | September 13, 2014

Arts America | September 13, 2014
Arts America
Reporter Kara Vaninger takes us on an architectural tour of Grand Center. For 40 years New Mexico photographer Robert Christensen has captured portraits of buildings that reflect the... Continue →

Living St. Louis | Flamenco

Living St. Louis | Flamenco
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell introduces St. Louis dancer Beth Steinbrenner, whose passion is Flamenco.

Arts America | September 6, 2014

Arts America | September 6, 2014
Arts America
Residents of a Houston neighborhood take pride and ownership in a strange new structure that has sprouted up at an intersection – a giant serpentine sculpture. Kara Vaninger... Continue →

Arts America | August 30, 2014

Arts America | August 30, 2014
Arts America
Fitzburg Art Museum works to create a more sophisticated art culture. Art Fusion 15: St. Louis artist Cbabi Bayoc talks about the importance of strong father figures in... Continue →

Living St. Louis | Painter Dexter Silvers

Living St. Louis | Painter Dexter Silvers
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell visits the St. Louis studio of self-taught painter Dexter Silvers. His works include cityscapes and landmarks that no longer exist (including The Arena and the... Continue →

Arts America | July 26, 2014

Arts America | July 26, 2014
Arts America
Wonderland, produces dance creations that erase boundaries between mediums and engage in candid explorations of human experience. Painter Jerry Misko explores the color and light of Las Vegas’... Continue →

Living St. Louis | Chesterfield Arts Cuts

Living St. Louis | Chesterfield Arts Cuts
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell explains the financial problems facing the non-profit organization Chesterfield Arts.

Arts America | July 19, 2014

Arts America | July 19, 2014
Arts America
Franklin “Buzz” Spector is dean of the College and graduate School of Art and professor for Art for the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at... Continue →

Living St. Louis | Jazz Center

Living St. Louis | Jazz Center
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell gets a tour of the gutted space at 3540 Washington Ave. in Grand Center that will open in October 2014 as the Harold and Dorothy... Continue →

Living St. Louis | The Sign Painter

Living St. Louis | The Sign Painter
Living St. Louis
Once Film's "The Sign Painter" video from it's St. Louis Spotlight Series is featured.

Arts Are Alive at Nine 2014

Arts Are Alive at Nine 2014
Every year the Nine Network hosts an event in our studio inviting local arts leaders to talk about the St. Louis art scene. This year we hosted TED-style talks concerning... Continue →

Arts America | July 12, 2014

Arts America | July 12, 2014
Arts America
Shakespeare in Las Vegas? Yes. The Smith Center for the Performing Arts takes us behind the scenes with the creators of a new adaptation of The Tempest. We... Continue →

Arts America | July 5, 2014

Arts America | July 5, 2014
Arts America
A profile of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York, which re-opened in 2013 with a redesigned permanent exhibition, “A New Deal... Continue →

Arts America | June 28, 2014

Arts America | June 28, 2014
Arts America
The 19th century river and railroad town of New Haven, Missouri is re-inventing itself by attracting a community of artists to its revitalized downtown. An Arizona Recycle Artist... Continue →

St Lou Fringe Festival

St Lou Fringe Festival
Living St. Louis
Producer Kara Vaninger talks with St. Lou Fringe's Em Piro about the Fringe Festival and how it offers young artists opportunities to express their creativity in new and... Continue →

David Balding Remembrance

David Balding Remembrance
Living St. Louis
producer Anne-Marie Berger remembers Circus Flora founder Ivor David Balding.

Sun Theatre Opening

Sun Theatre Opening
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles the opening night of the Sun Theatre in St. Louis’ Grand Center arts district. The Sun Theatre reopened with a production by students and... Continue →

Arts America | June 21, 2014

Arts America | June 21, 2014
Arts America
Architect Garrett Finney once designed living quarters of NASA space craft. Today he applies his knowledge to build a very special vehicle for exploring earth. Brazilian installation... Continue →

Arts America | May 24, 2014

Arts America | May 24, 2014
Arts America
Artist Jonathan Wolfe shares his fascination with how fractals mirror patterns in nature, exploring the intersection of mathematics and art. Art Fusion - St. Louis African Chorus’ Fred... Continue →

4th Annual Teen Talent Competition

4th Annual Teen Talent Competition
Twenty talented teenagers from throughout the metro area showcase their skills on stage at the Fox Theatre in this fourth annual Nine Network production.

Arts America | May 17, 2014

Arts America | May 17, 2014
Arts America
Mark Bradford, AKA “Scrapdaddy” takes other people’s junk and turns it into giant, mechanical beasts. Producer Kara Vaninger follows first time St. Lou Fringe performer Laren Loveless as... Continue →

Arts America | May 10, 2014

Arts America | May 10, 2014
Arts America
St. Lou Fringe’s Em Piro talks about the upcoming Fringe Festival in June and how it offers young artists opportunities to express their creativity in new and exciting... Continue →

Lindy Hop

Lindy Hop
Living St. Louis
Producer Kara Vaninger profiles Lindy Hop St. Louis. Swing dancing has had a long and vibrant run in our city since the 1920's and Lindy Hop St. Louis... Continue →

Isaac Mizrahi/Opera Theatre

Isaac Mizrahi/Opera Theatre
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell talks to fashion icon Isaac Mizrahi. He is directing and designing his second opera with Opera Theatre of Saint Louis (The Magic Flute) for its... Continue →

Arts America | May 3, 2014

Arts America | May 3, 2014
Arts America
The Museum of Modern Art presents “Magritte”, an in-depth look into Belgian surrealist Rene Magritte’s passion for turning everyday items into extraordinary objects, touching our sense of reality.... Continue →

Arts America | April 26, 2014

Arts America | April 26, 2014
Arts America
Glass master Dale Chihuly’s works are on display at the Phoenix Desert Botanical Garden. A historic pipe organ from the 1920s is brought back to life at Sacramento’s... Continue →

Arts America | April 19, 2014

Arts America | April 19, 2014
Arts America
Kara Vaninger explores the resurrection of swing dance in St. Louis among young city Lindy Hoppers. Texas artist Dixie Friend Gay is making the Houston airport a calmer... Continue →

Arts America | April 12, 2014

Arts America | April 12, 2014
Arts America
Wisconsin photographer Paul Bialas sees a creative opportunity with the decaying Pabst Brewery in Milwaukee. Johnathan Latiano creates works that appear to lunge out of the floor or... Continue →

Grand Center Arts Academy Part 2

Grand Center Arts Academy Part 2
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell revisits five Sophomores at the GCCA as Opening Night approaches for the Academy's performance venue: the newly-renovated Sun Theatre.

April 5, 2014

April 5, 2014
Arts America
British Artist Bruce Munro takes us into one of his light-scapes. Oregon designer Ann Williamson creates clothes that are works of art in themselves. Art Fusion 5... Continue →

March 29, 2014

March 29, 2014
Arts America
We hear from songwriter Richard Sherman, who wrote the music for Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins. Contemporary Art Museum curator Kelly Shindler takes us on tour of the Nicole... Continue →

KDHX New Home

KDHX New Home
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell visits the new Grand Center studios of community radio station KDHX in the Larry J. Weir Center for Independent Media.

Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis

Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis
Living St. Louis
Producer Patrick Murphy profiles the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis in its debut season.

Sophie Binder

Sophie Binder
Living St. Louis
Producer Kara Vaninger profiles designer Sophie Binder. 10 years after a round-the-world trip by bicycle, Binder's collection of sketches and diary entries from her travels have been compiled... Continue →

Jewish Rock Radio

Jewish Rock Radio
Living St. Louis
Producer Patrick Murphy profiles St. Louis musician Rick Recht, the founder of Jewish Rock Radio, an internet radio station that promotes Jewish identity among the young. ... Continue →

The Y Circus

The Y Circus
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell examines the legacy of St. Louis civic leader Rev. James E. Cook: the late pastor of Antioch Baptist Church and Executive Secretary of the Pine... Continue →

Sun Theatre History

Sun Theatre History
Living St. Louis
Producer Kara Vaninger looks back at its first century of history as the renovation of the old Sun Theatre comes to a close.

Music of John Williams

Music of John Williams
Living St. Louis
The St. Louis Symphony performs the music of John Williams in this hour-long Living St. Louis special.

February 22, 2014

February 22, 2014
Arts America
A group of performers of the Boulder, Colorado Dance Company calling themselves Frequent Flyer Productions use the air as their stage, moving above the audience with fabric, hoops... Continue →

February 1, 2014

February 1, 2014
Arts America
Kais Bilhartz is a fire artist who makes metal sculpture using hollow tubing that feeds propane to multiple flames. Producer Ruth Ezell profiles St. Louis' Whole Earth Nuclear... Continue →

January 25, 2014

January 25, 2014
Arts America
Rock’n’Roll superstar Graham Nash, a founding member of The Hollies and Crosby, Stills and Nash has made an indelible mark as a musician, but his first love has... Continue →

Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell explains how St. Louis area arts groups are raising money for special projects through the crowdfunding site created by the Arts and Education Council.

January 18, 2014

January 18, 2014
Arts America
We visit the exhibit “No Place Like Home: American Scene Painting” at the SLU Art Museum, showing regionalist paintings from the private collection of Rex Sinquefield – and... Continue →

RAW: Natural Born Artists

RAW: Natural Born Artists
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell talks to St. Charles, MO designer Yolanda Newson who was named 2013 Accessories Designer of the year by the international non-profit group of independent artists... Continue →

Lemp Neighborhood Art Center

Lemp Neighborhood Art Center
Living St. Louis
Producer Kara Vaninger takes us to the Lemp Neighborhood Art Center, where a crumbling building was restored and converted to a place where teens can experience, perform and... Continue →

January 11, 2014

January 11, 2014
Arts America
CAM director Lisa Melandri and artist Juan Williams Chavez discuss the current state of contemporary art, ways of thinking about it and where it might go from here.... Continue →

STL ArtWorks

STL ArtWorks
Living St. Louis
Producer Kara Vaninger visits Artworks: a jobs and life-skills program that allows underserved teenagers to explore their creative side and learn the business of art.

Grand Center Arts Academy

Grand Center Arts Academy
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell visits with five students of the Grand Center Arts Academy. They talk about the school and the historical theater next door that’s being renovated to... Continue →

January 5, 2014

January 5, 2014
Arts America
Mark Crouthamel is the owner and lead sculptor at Sculpted Ice works, now one of the largest manufacturers of crystal clear ice blocks and one of the largest... Continue →

December 29, 2013

December 29, 2013
Sunday Arts
We speak with the SLSO’s David Robertson and other symphony staff before their trip to Carnegie Hall to perform Britten’s “Peter Grimes.” Emmy award-winning producer Rebecca Eaton talks... Continue →

December 22, 2013

December 22, 2013
Sunday Arts
Landscape artist John Hulsey demonstrates the art of plein aire painting as he paints the bluffs along the Missouri River. Eighth generation Floridian and environmental photojournalist Carlton Ward... Continue →

Wild Bill Young

Wild Bill Young
Living St. Louis
producer Ruth Ezell profiles country singer-songwriter William Henry “Wild Bill” Young.

The Sun Theatre, Part 2

The Sun Theatre, Part 2
Living St. Louis
Producer Kara Vaninger revisits The Sun to see restoration of the theater’s ornate plasterwork.

A Child’s Christmas in Wales

A Child's Christmas in Wales
Living St. Louis
This hour-long Living St. Louis special presents highlights from the December 2012 collaboration between the St. Louis Symphony and Circus Flora, combining great music, spectacular acrobatics and inspiration... Continue →

Ukulele Orchestra

Ukulele Orchestra
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles St. Louis' Whole Earth Nuclear Ukulele Orchestra.

Animal Sculptures

Animal Sculptures
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell follows the Harry and Hanley Project: a community art fundraiser for the Animal Protective Association of Missouri.

Brother Mel Sculpture

Brother Mel Sculpture
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell shows the installation of the last sculpture created by the late artist Bro. Mel Mayer of the Society of Mary. Its permanent home is... Continue →

November 17, 2013

November 17, 2013
Sunday Arts
The works of photographer Roman Vishniac capture the sorrow and spirit of European Jews in the years between the World Wars. Ruth Ezell introduces us to the... Continue →

November 10, 2013

November 10, 2013
Sunday Arts
Stone carver Walter Arnold shows us his work and discusses the challenges of carving stone in the 21st century. The Fox Theatre’s Mary Strauss takes us on a... Continue →

Interfaith Commemoration in Music

Interfaith Commemoration in Music
Highlights from the third annual commemoration of 9/11 at the Sheldon Concert Hall featuring sacred music from Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Mormon and Christian traditions.

Sunday Arts – November 3, 2013

Sunday Arts - November 3, 2013
Sunday Arts
Artist James Turrell explores the relationships between light, space and humans as he creates places that evoke emotional responses. Former biologist Andrea Martin creates art by cutting paper,... Continue →

Beth Bombara

Beth Bombara
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles St. Louis singer-songwriter Beth Bombara.

The Planets

The Planets
Living St. Louis
Leonard Slatkin guest conducts the St. Louis Symphony’s performance of Gustav Holst’s The Planets and gives us some insights in a special interview.

Sunday Arts – October 27, 2013

Sunday Arts - October 27, 2013
Architect Antoine Predock shares the process by which he creates cutting edge structures around the world. For the past twenty year artist Nancy Mooslin has translated pieces of music into... Continue →

Sunday Arts – October 20, 2013

Sunday Arts - October 20, 2013
Tallmadege Doyle is an artist who explores the intersections of science and art as she creates prints. Ruth Ezell presents a story on a huge piece of public art that... Continue →

Sunday Arts – October 13, 2013

Sunday Arts - October 13, 2013
Jake Shimabukuro is a master of the ukulele, hailed by Rolling Stone Magazine as a “musical hero” and compared to Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis. We meet Allen Carl Larson,... Continue →

Cotton Club Tap Dancers

Cotton Club Tap Dancers
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles DuJuan Johnson, Virgil Fisher and Marquis Cooper of the St. Louis tap dancing group The Cotton Club.

Opera Twenty Seven

Opera Twenty Seven
Living St. Louis
Opera Theatre of St. Louis fans heard the first public performance of an aria that is part of a new opera being written titled "Twenty Seven" by composer... Continue →

Barry Leibman

Barry Leibman
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell visits the opening of an art exhibit July 12, 2013 featuring the works of former Left Bank Books co-owner Barry Leibman. He had originally sold... Continue →

Music Educator

Music Educator
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles the winner of the St. Louis Symphony's 2013 Educator of the Year, Winifred Crock. She is Director of Orchestras at Parkway Central High School.... Continue →

Anew Nature

Anew Nature
Living St. Louis
Producer Kara Vaninger profiles Anew Nature. A passion for restoring and re-imagining old, unwanted furniture grew into a thriving small business for St. Louis couple Erica and Robert... Continue →

Sunday Arts – October 6, 2013

Sunday Arts - October 6, 2013
Pop artist and Pixar Film animator Sanjay Patel creates works tapping into his Indian heritage, illustrating ancient Hindu epics. At St. Louis Art Works, underserved 14-19 year olds are... Continue →

Sunday Arts – September 29, 2013

Sunday Arts - September 29, 2013
A homemade telescope built by an astronomy enthusiast in Cleveland. Delta bluesman Big George Brock talks about his music and plays some Mississippi blues. Landscape photographer Michael Berman shows us... Continue →

Sunday Arts – September 22, 2013

Sunday Arts - September 22, 2013
Two 500- year old paintings are restored by conservationists at the Saint Louis Art Museum. Nine follows the process over a period of years. “Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity”, an exhibit... Continue →

Clayton Sculpture

Clayton Sculpture
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell shows the installation and dedication of the latest addition to Clayton, Missouri's distinguished collection of public art. The sculpture "Molecular Bloom with Single Flower"... Continue →

Design Competition Winner

Design Competition Winner
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles Freecell Architecture of Brooklyn, New York: winner of the PXSTL design-build competition in St. Louis, Missouri. The firm won a commission to... Continue →

Design Competition Finalists

Design Competition Finalists
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell takes viewers to a public charrette at the Puliltzer Foundation for the Arts where the three finalists of a design-build competition known as PXSTL made... Continue →

Sunday Arts – September 15, 2013

Sunday Arts - September 15, 2013
Mike Rivamonte creates sculpture from junk and parts from antique machines. The works of 93-year old artist, designer, sculptor, professor and icon Leslie Laskey are featured in “Windows” at Grand... Continue →

The Sun Theatre

The Sun Theatre
Living St. Louis
Producer Kara Vaninger profiles the renovation of the Sun Theatre.

Sunday Arts – September 8, 2013

Sunday Arts - September 8, 2013
A collective of eleven artists in an exhibit called “Screwed Cube” at the St. Louis Regional Arts Commission. An international dance company called Motionhouse incorporates unusual props into their programs.... Continue →

Sunday Arts – September 1, 2013

Sunday Arts - September 1, 2013
At IScreamCakes in St. Louis’ Cherokee Street neighborhood, a former tattoo artist turned baker elevates ice cream and cakes into an art form. Petronella Ytsma’s photography illuminates the long term... Continue →

Sunday Arts – August 25, 2013

Sunday Arts - August 25, 2013
The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts exhibits “Donald Judd: The Multi-Colored Works.” Paula Zahn interviews director Michael Mayer. The Queen Mary, docked in Long Beach, California, has a rich history... Continue →

Gambian Playwrights

Gambian Playwrights
Producer Ruth Ezell interviews the Director of Education for the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis about her experiences in The Gambia teaching playwriting to young girls. Marsha Coplon spent... Continue →

Sunday Arts – July 28, 2013

Sunday Arts - July 28, 2013
We visit the iconic sign stretching across the Hills over Holllywood and explore its history and renovation. A passion for restoring and re-imagining old, unwanted furniture grew into a thriving... Continue →

Sunday Arts – July 21, 2013

Sunday Arts - July 21, 2013
Saint Louis Art Museum's new East Building, painter Marc Rubin, Artistic Director of New York’s Public Theater, Josh Groban at Lincoln Center, Violinist Rachel Barton Pine.

Sunday Arts – July 14, 2013

Sunday Arts - July 14, 2013
Violinist Elmar Oliveira, Wydra pirate ship at the Milwaukee Public Museum, Novus International, Inc. Art Walk, Paul Taylor Dance Company.

Jim Widner

Jim Widner
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles Jim Widner, Director of Jazz Studies at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. The southwest Missouri native is a former member of the Stan Kenton Orchestra and... Continue →

Sunday Arts – July 7, 2013

Sunday Arts - July 7, 2013
Saint Louis Art Museum’s print collection with Curator Elizabeth Wycoff, Painter Luke Hillestad, AIDS activist Peter Staley, Las Vegas Museum of Neon.

Sunday Arts – June 30, 2013

Sunday Arts - June 30, 2013
Eureka Forge, Sculptor Judith Shea, Composer and trumpeter David Perrico, chef and poet Christine Ha.

Saint Louis Art Museum’s East Building

Saint Louis Art Museum's East Building
Living St. Louis
Producer Patrick Murphy profiles the Saint Louis Art Museum's new East Building with director Brent Benjamin.

Sunday Arts – June 23, 2013

Sunday Arts - June 23, 2013
The Radio Arts Foundation launches a new classical radio station. Swedish artist Gunilla Klingberg transforms an art gallery with an installation blending eastern spirituality with western consumerism. Tony-winning playwright Terrence... Continue →

Saint Louis Art Museum Prints

Saint Louis Art Museum Prints
Living St. Louis
Producer Patrick Murphy visits a new gallery at the Saint Louis Art Museum devoted to prints and other works created with paper.

Sunday Arts – May 26, 2013

Sunday Arts - May 26, 2013
This program is a half-hour special, featuring highlights of the third annual "Arts Are Alive at Nine" PNC event held in our studio, featuring interesting collaborations among St. Louis area... Continue →

Classical Guitar Society

Classical Guitar Society
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles the St. Louis Classical Guitar Society, which is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2013.

Brasil Guitar Duo

Brasil Guitar Duo
Living St. Louis
In this extra feature, producer Ruth Ezell talks to João Luiz and Douglas Lora of Brasil Guitar Duo about their advice to music students who aspire to become... Continue →

Sunday Arts – May 19, 2013

Sunday Arts - May 19, 2013
St. Louis Shakespeare Festival's Twelfth Night, Artist Ning Hou, Houston restaurant Uchi, “Circus and the City: New York, 1793-2010” exhibition at Bard Graduate Center in New York City.

Sunday Arts – May 12, 2013

Sunday Arts - May 12, 2013
Animator Tom Schroeder, the Wainwright Building, Cirque du Soleil's Zarkana, Milwaukee Art Museum, Boston’s American Repertory Theatre's revival of “Pippin.”

Sunday Arts – May 5, 2013

Sunday Arts - May 5, 2013
Metal artist Jaydan Moore, dancer Rosie Herrara, the Asian galleries of the Saint Louis Art Museum, cultural critic Camille Paglia critiques the art world in her new book “Glittering Images.”... Continue →

Sunday Arts – April 28, 2013

Sunday Arts - April 28, 2013
Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston explores art of the 1980s, Saint Louis Art Museum has reinstalled its Ancients galleries, Photographer Jim McHugh captures images of Los Angeles fading urban... Continue →

Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life

Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life
Living St. Louis
Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928--1945 offers the first detailed examination of Braque's experiments with still lifes and interiors during the years leading up to and... Continue →

Maplewood Food

Maplewood Food
Living St. Louis
Feast Magazine Publisher Catherine Neville goes to downtown Maplewood, MO. It's undergoing a renaissance with owner-operated restaurants and artisan food purveyors.

World Chess Hall of Fame

World Chess Hall of Fame
Living St. Louis
The World Chess Hall of Fame in St. Louis is more than a place that honors the greatest players of the game. Producer Ruth Ezell shows how the... Continue →

Sunday Arts – April 21, 2013

Sunday Arts - April 21, 2013
Glass blower Eric Meek, Saint Louis Art Museum's Max Beckmann paintings, Knuckleball documentary filmmaker Ricki Stern, the musical "Annie" set designer David Korins.

Sunday Arts – April 14, 2013

Sunday Arts - April 14, 2013
Denver Art Museum's Vincent Van Gogh exhibit, St. Louis photographer documents life on Cherokee Street, New York Botanical Garden photos, Artist Danny Scheible.

Knife Maker

Knife Maker
Living St. Louis
St. Louis chef Nate Bonner has always had a passion for knives. Producer Ruth Ezell shows how that passion has translated into a second career as an artisan... Continue →

Dancer Injury

Dancer Injury
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles ballerina Pamela Swaney who recovers from an ACL tear with the help of her surgeon and her athletic trainer.

Sunday Arts – April 7, 2013

Sunday Arts - April 7, 2013
Photographer Rhea Pappas, Saint Louis Art Museum’s Native American galleries, Los Angeles County Museum of Art's “Levitated Mass,” and Painter Tom Collum.

Sunday Arts – March 31, 2013

Sunday Arts - March 31, 2013
Paula Zahn interviews filmmaker Ang Lee, Jeffrey Richards, producer of Glengarry Glen Ross, George Braque exhibit at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum.

Sunday Arts – February 24, 2013

Sunday Arts - February 24, 2013
The Museum of Modern Art in New York features an exhibition on the animated films of the Quay brothers. We visit the St. Louis Art Museum’s galleries of modern art,... Continue →

Sunday Arts – February 17, 2013

Sunday Arts - February 17, 2013
Saint Louis Art Museum’s galleries of 18th century European art, playright and activist Eve Ensler, Museum of Fine Arts Houston exhibits war photography, Painter Michael Birawer

Museum of the Dog

Museum of the Dog
Living St. Louis
Producer Patrick Murphy profiles the Museum of the Dog. In St. Louis County the Museum of the Dog is a unique collection of painting, sculptures, photographs and other... Continue →

Sunday Arts – February 10, 2013

Sunday Arts - February 10, 2013
Lady Fiona Carnarvon describes life in the real-life castle in which Downton Abbey is set. Chesterfield Arts works with city policy makers to tie the arts with civic growth. We... Continue →

Sunday Arts – February 3, 2013

Sunday Arts - February 3, 2013
Author Jessica Fellowes describes her new book, “The Chronicles of Downton Abbey.” Saint Louis Ballet rehearses for its upcoming performance of Romeo and Juliet. Actor Rob McClure discusses the challenges... Continue →

Sunday Arts – January 27, 2013

Sunday Arts - January 27, 2013
Paula Zahn interviews Downton Abby star Dan Stevens. Steampunk Art in Grafton, IL, The Schubert Club, Israeli artist Ori Gersht.

Saint Louis Art Museum’s Galleries of Modern Art

Saint Louis Art Museum's Galleries of Modern Art
Living St. Louis
Patrick Murphy profiles the St. Louis Art Museum’s galleries of modern art, where curator Simon Kelly introduces us to interesting aspects of impressionism and early 20th century modernism.... Continue →

Sunday Arts – January 20, 2013

Sunday Arts - January 20, 2013
A conversation with Pete Townshend of the Who, a visit with Rick Dildine, executive director of Shakespeare Festival St. Louis and members of the band Rats and People Motion... Continue →

Chesterfield Arts

Chesterfield Arts
Living St. Louis
Producer Patrick Murphy profiles Chesterfield Arts, a community agency that showcases the arts in Chesterfield, MO.

Susan Polgar Girl’s Invitational Chess Tournament

Susan Polgar Girl’s Invitational Chess Tournament
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis producer Kara Vaninger profiles the Susan Polgar Girl’s Invitational Chess Tournament.

Sunday Arts – January 13, 2013

Sunday Arts - January 13, 2013
Playwright Matthew Spangler brought the 2003 novel The Kite Runner to the stage. St. Louis International Airport strategic placement of public art. A look at the Van Rensselaer great hall,... Continue →

Sunday Arts – January 6, 2013

Sunday Arts - January 6, 2013
St. Louis County’s Museum of the Dog, “Washington Crossing the Delaware” painting, Denver airport art exhibit & artist Gregory Kondos.

Sunday Arts – December 30, 2012

Sunday Arts - December 30, 2012
Dancer Jennifer Nugent, St. Louis Kodner Gallery and painter David Garibaldi.

Sunday Arts – December 23, 2012

Sunday Arts - December 23, 2012
Clarinetist David Krakauer, Public Media Commons, a beaded Volkswagen and theater production, “Soultime at the Apollo.”

Saint Louis Art Museum’s Roman Gallery

Saint Louis Art Museum's Roman Gallery
Living St. Louis
Producer Patrick Murphy profiles the Saint Louis Art Museum's Roman Gallery.

Native American Art

Native American Art
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis producer Patrick Murphy profiles the Saint Louis Art Museum's Native American art collection.

Sunday Arts – December 16, 2012

Sunday Arts - December 16, 2012
St. Louis Moto Museum's Steve Smith, filmmaker John Sayles, Charlie Hoffman's handcrafted acoustic guitars & artist Uzma Mirza.

Sculpture in the City

Sculpture in the City
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis Ruth Ezell profiles Sculpture in the City winner Hanna Jolani.

Sunday Arts – December 2, 2012

Sunday Arts - December 2, 2012
Featuring Tony Furtado, "The Progress of Love" exhibition, Oleg Vassiliev & Faith Ringgold.

Sunday Arts – November 18, 2012

Sunday Arts - November 18, 2012
Third Degree Glass Factory, author Allen Say, Chris Poor armor, photographer Scott Baxter.

Sunday Arts – November 11, 2012

Sunday Arts - November 11, 2012
Photographer Michael Eastman, choreographer Amy Sackett, artist David Knopp, Bobby Vee.

Sunday Arts – November 4, 2012

Sunday Arts - November 4, 2012
Pianist Jeremy Denk, Contemporary Art Museum's Lisa Melandri, photographer Alexander Heilner, artist Karen Gustafson

Nine Community Cinema – Personal Stories | Beauty Is Embarrassing

Nine Community Cinema - Personal Stories | Beauty Is Embarrassing
On December 5, 2012, Nine Community Cinema in St. Louis Missouri held a public screening of “Beauty Is Embarrassing,” at the Missouri History Museum. “Beauty Is Embarrassing” is a funny,... Continue →

Max Beckmann on Living St. Louis

Max Beckmann on Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis
The Saint Louis Art Museum has the world’s largest collection of paintings and prints of Max Beckmann, considered by many art historians to be the greatest German artist... Continue →

Shakespeare in the Streets

Shakespeare in the Streets
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis producer Ruth Ezell follows the development of the play "The New World": a modern-day adaptation of William Shakespeare's "The Tempest". The setting was changed... Continue →

Chinese Lantern Festival

Chinese Lantern Festival
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis producer Patrick Murphy profiles the Missouri Botanical Garden's recent Lantern Festival exhibit. In the summer of 2012 the Missouri Botanical Garden hosted the first Chinese... Continue →

Mariachi

Mariachi
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis producer Ruth Ezell profiles Mariachi Los Compadres: the only Mariachi band in the St. Louis area.

Brian Owens

Brian Owens
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis producer Ruth Ezell profiles singer Brian Owens whose CD "Moods and Messages" is due to be released in July 2012.

Pokey LaFarge

Pokey LaFarge
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis producer Ruth Ezell profiles American Roots musician Pokey Lafarge.

PBS NewsHour – Culture Canvas

PBS NewsHour - Culture Canvas
Your weekly roundup of arts and culture headlines is now available, including Edvard Munch's "The Scream" is going up for auction in May.

St. Louis Arts & Education Council – 2012 Arts Awards

St. Louis Arts & Education Council - 2012 Arts Awards
On January 23, 2012 the St. Louis Arts & Education Council held its annual awards celebration at the Chase Hotel, honoring seven individuals, arts organizations, philanthropists and corporations for their... Continue →

Vines Brothers

Vines Brothers
Living St. Louis
Two brothers, Randy and Jeff Vines, create products celebrating St. Louis City in a hip, interesting way and sell them from their shop in the Cherokee neighborhood.

Luminary Center for the Arts

Luminary Center for the Arts
Living St. Louis
Angela Antkowiak talks to the founders of the Luminary Center for the Arts - a local organization providing resources and support to the St. Louis arts community. ... Continue →

Sleepy Kitty

Sleepy Kitty
Living St. Louis
Angela Antkowiak talks to Sleepy Kitty - a local couple whose innovative blend of music and art... Continue →

Metro Theatre Company Carol North

Metro Theatre Company Carol North
Living St. Louis
Ruth Ezell profiles Metro Theater Company’s Artistic Director Carol North. Ezell caught up with North at a dress rehearsal of the Civil War musical “Battledrum” (which North directs).... Continue →

Hip Hop Artist Redd Williams

Hip Hop Artist Redd Williams
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis producer Ruth Ezell profiles hip-hop dancer, choreographer and instructor Anthony “Redd” Williams. He has performed in videos and on tour with artists including Beyonce, Lady... Continue →

The Arts Are Alive at Nine – St. Louis Ballet

The Arts Are Alive at Nine – St. Louis Ballet
During the PBS Fall Arts Festival on Nine PBS the Nine Network featured St. Louis Ballet's artistic director Continue →

The Arts Are Alive at Nine – Local Features

The Arts Are Alive at Nine - Local Features
During the PBS Fall Arts Festival on Nine PBS the Nine Network features local artists. Click here to view the local features →

Vintage Vinyl

Vintage Vinyl
Living St. Louis
Angela Antkowiak celebrates Record Store Day at Vintage Vinyl, an independently-owned record store and St. Louis institution located in the Delmar Loop. Started more than 30 years about... Continue →

Eero Saarinen

Eero Saarinen
Living St. Louis
Patrick Murphy explores the work of Eero Saarinen, whose work was the subject of an exhibit at the Kemper Art Museum at Washington University. Best known for the... Continue →

Architecture Museum

Architecture Museum
Living St. Louis
Patrick Murphy travels across to Mississippi River to Sauget, Illinois, to visit what will be the largest architectural museum of its kind when it is completed. Collector Larry... Continue →

Portraits

Portraits
Living St. Louis
Patrick Murphy follows students from St. Michaels School and Shaw Elementary as they learn about art in a new light at the Pulitzer Foundation. Through interactive displays, these... Continue →

Billyo O’Donnell

Billyo O'Donnell
Living St. Louis
Patrick Murphy meets one of the top landscape artists in America. Billyo O'Donnell lives in a log cabin in Eureka, Missouri, and uses the landscape around him for... Continue →
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