Arts America represents an exciting collaboration among 30 PBS stations across the country, each sharing their best arts segments. Each episode will be a mix of contributions by other stations and stories about St. Louis’ own creative community. Arts America shines a light on upcoming arts events and highlights the personalities that make St. Louis a vibrant arts town.Visit Arts America Website
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1922 printing press, Nicholas Roerich, Charles Schultz, Charlotte Kruk.
Brainworks, Ken Burns, George Rodrigue, Millary Colony for the Arts.
Mark Rothko, “A Song from the Field”, The Rockwood Museum, Henry Stone.
Maplewood chocolatier, Drone photography, Robert Butler, Proctor’s Theater.
St. Louis architectural jewel, Ramon Jose Lopez, Ted White, Tennille Finnegan Saldivar.
St. Louis Architecture, Counterfeiting Art, Chainsaw Art and more.
Sheldon Art Galleries, Andrew Spear, Loveland Sculpture Invitational, Greatest Generation.
CAM exhibits, Steve Sabella, Amy Kollar Anderson, Pamela Glose, Sidewalk Chalk Art.
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Public Media Commons opening and Alarm Will Sound.
Saint Louis Art Museum Director Brent Benjamin takes us on a tour of the new East Building
Lisa Melandri and Juan Williams Chavez discuss the current state of contemporary art.
David Robertson discusses the importance of newly composed classical music as part of the