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It’s Not What It Seems Art Exhibit

Green Door art gallery 21 N. Gore Ave., Webster Groves

Green Door Art Gallery proudly presents It’s Not What It Seems, a surreal and fantasy art exhibit, featuring acrylic paintings by Tom Blood, Mollie Chounard and Michael Frank, and wood vessels and sculptures by Anthony Scheffler. The exhibit is free and open to the public. The artwork in this exhibit will be available for sale […]

Free
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Tom Kiefer: Pertenencias / Belongings

Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) - Saint Louis University 3700 W Pine Blvd, St. Louis

Blending documentary and fine art photography, Tom Kiefer photographs objects that once belonged to migrants and were seized and discarded by United States border officials in southern Arizona. “Pertenencias: Recuperando lo sagrado en objetos fronterizos / Belongings: Recovering the Sacred in Objects from the Border” considers the objects photographed by Kiefer as testaments to overlooked […]

Free

The Gateway Ringers Fall Concert “We’re Back!”

Our Savior Lutheran Church, LCMS 2800 Elm Street, St. Charles

We’re back! The Gateway Ringers handbell ensemble, under the direction of Cathy Benton, present our Fall concert program featuring music that celebrates our return to ringing after a long hiatus due to the pandemic. We will also feature music that celebrates special events of the autumn season, including Halloween, Veterans Day, and Thanksgiving. All concerts […]

Free
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Jersey Boys presented by STAGES St. Louis

Kirkwood Performing Arts Center 210 E. Monroe, Kirkwood

Take an exhilarating journey into the music of the cultural phenomenon’s Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, with JERSEY BOYS, the Tony Award-winning Best Musical presented by STAGES St. Louis! Featuring 30 show stopping performances of the 60s hits that took the group all the way to the top of the charts, including: “Sherry,” “Big […]

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Lyrical Therapy Open Mic

UrbArts 2600 N. 14th Street, St. Louis

Every Sunday 7:00pm.-9:30pm. UrbArts, 2600 N. 14th Street Every week, The Therapeutics host their weekly open mic in Old North St. Louis on Sunday. There is a $5 cover to enjoy the featured emerging artists from the greater St. Louis region. Open to the public.

$5

Yonder Mountain String Band

The Sheldon 3648 Washington Blvd., St. Louis

From the first Yonder shows in 1998 to their drive-in tour of 2020, this touring force has brought their adventurous musical spirit to countless venues for nearly a quarter century. Their traditional take on bluegrass sound was fused with their diverse musical influences ranging from punk rock to the Grateful Dead. Yonder’s ninth studio album […]

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Jon Bunge: Presence

Bonsack Gallery 755 South Price Road, St. Louis

Currently on display at the Bonsack Gallery is Jon Bunge’s Presence, an immersive installation in which the gallery is transformed with black fabric covering the walls, windows and entrance, enabling viewers to concentrate on shadows cast from nearly two dozen suspended sculptures made from branches. Growing up in University City near Forest Park, Bunge was […]

Free
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Visualizing Hope: Who Is God? Art Exhibit

Gretchen Brigham Gallery at Union Avenue Christian Church 733 N. Union Blvd., St. Louis,

The Gretchen Brigham Gallery invites you to attend the new Midwest Exhibit, “Visualizing Hope: Who is God?” This invitational show was juried by Father Terrence Dempsey, S.J., founder and director emeritus of MOCRA, the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art. Join him during the opening reception for his remarks at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 2. […]

Free
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Fright-Fest Revenge

Sheldon Concert Hall 3648 Washington Blvd, St. Louis

Chamber music from the dark side, plus a Buster Keaton silent movie. Tartini- Sonata in G Minor “Devil’s Trill” Mussorgsky- Pictures at an Exhibition (Gnomus, Il Vecchio Castello, Catacombe, Cum Mortuis in Lingua Mortua, Baba-Yaga, The Great Gate of Kiev) “Haunted House,” a Silent Movie starring Buster Keaton. (Additional musical selections from the same era […]

$39.00
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Jon Bunge: Presence

Bonsack Gallery 755 South Price Road, St. Louis

Currently on display at the Bonsack Gallery is Jon Bunge’s Presence, an immersive installation in which the gallery is transformed with black fabric covering the walls, windows and entrance, enabling viewers to concentrate on shadows cast from nearly two dozen suspended sculptures made from branches. Growing up in University City near Forest Park, Bunge was […]

Free
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Visualizing Hope: Who Is God? Art Exhibit

Gretchen Brigham Gallery at Union Avenue Christian Church 733 N. Union Blvd., St. Louis,

The Gretchen Brigham Gallery invites you to attend the new Midwest Exhibit, “Visualizing Hope: Who is God?” This invitational show was juried by Father Terrence Dempsey, S.J., founder and director emeritus of MOCRA, the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art. Join him during the opening reception for his remarks at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 2. […]

Free
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Fright-Fest Revenge

Sheldon Concert Hall 3648 Washington Blvd, St. Louis

Chamber music from the dark side, plus a Buster Keaton silent movie. Tartini- Sonata in G Minor “Devil’s Trill” Mussorgsky- Pictures at an Exhibition (Gnomus, Il Vecchio Castello, Catacombe, Cum Mortuis in Lingua Mortua, Baba-Yaga, The Great Gate of Kiev) “Haunted House,” a Silent Movie starring Buster Keaton. (Additional musical selections from the same era […]

$39.00
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