Learn about the importance of child and youth development for corporate St. Louis.
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Atrium Gallery opens the Fall Season with "From the Land," a four-person exhibition presenting a variety of works surrounding the iconic theme of landscape. Featured will be ne... Read More
A weekend of renewal with just the right mix
of relaxation, physical activity and
education under the guidance of a select
team of wellness professionals.
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Rashid Johnson: Message to Our Folks is the first museum exhibition to survey the career of this Chicago-born, New York-based artist. Using photography, painting, sculp... Read More
Improve your strength, endurance and health without leaving your chair! Class incorporates a series of movements, stretches and exercises done while seated. Thera-bands, poles o... Read More
2013 marks twenty years since MOCRA opened as the world's first interfaith museum of contemporary art that engages the religious and spiritual dimensions. These artists come out... Read More
Area children, families and school groups are invited to turn in their unopened, Halloween candy in exchange for chances to win prizes that encourage healthy habits and active p... Read More
A complimentary drink for Young Friends members and above. Cash bar.
Enjoy an evening of art, music, and culture the first Friday of every month. In partnership with KDHX... Read More
Take advantage of CAM's late hours on Friday evenings and stop by for a special 30-minute tour of the exhibitions.... Read More
Pioneering digital media artist Jennifer Steinkamp inaugurates CAM's Street Views series this fall. Incorporating lush, nature-based imagery, Steinkamp's digital video ... Read More
The James S. McDonnell Planetarium turns 50 this year! Celebrate all year long during the Saint Louis Science Center's First Friday events. On Friday, November 1, 2013 ,oin the... Read More
It is a great time for teens to think about the future and a good way to get parents on the same page as their teens! Each 4-week session for teens is a chance to Xplore a wide ... Read More
This rare presentation of Los Angeles-based artist Ed Ruscha's 1975 short film Miracle explores the relationship between a car mechanic and a Ford Mustang. Contemporary... Read More