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Sip n Sketch, costume edition

Thomas Dunn Learning Center 3113 Gasconade, st louis, MO

amateurs and experts alike are invited to a fun night of Figure Drawing, BYBO & Snacks, all art supplies are provided, we take turns drawing each other, this Night is […]

Call for art, & exhibit, Dia De Los Muertos ( day of the dead )

Thomas Dunn Learning Center 3113 Gasconade, st louis, MO

Seeking hangable Art for this exhibition in our Walkway Gallery, send submission to alisa@tdunn.org The Theme is Day of the dead inspired art, or anything that represents the celebration of life, religious or mortality related. Artist Reception and celebration is Nov 1, 7-9

Free

Dia de los Muertos Art Exhibit & Reception

Walkway Gallery at Thomas Dunn Learning Center 3113 Gasconade Street, St. Louis, MO

Dia de los Muertos Exhibit and Art Reception (FREE) Thursday, November 1; 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. - Come celebrate The Day of the Dead with art, music and food. Hosted by the Young Professionals Board of Thomas Dunn Learning Center and sponsored by 4Hands Brewing. Bring a friend or two! P.S. Call for Art! […]

Free

Winter Artists’ Market

Thomas Dunn Learning Center 3113 Gasconade, st louis, MO

Thomas Dunn Learning Center will host a "Tis the Season" Winter Artists' Market & Exhibit on Saturday, 12/8/2018; 10 - 4 PM. We are looking for arts & crafts of all types to sell - jewelry, sculptures, paintings, home canned goods, decor, cards, carved items, clothing, leather goods etc. They must be homemade items. No […]

Free

Owning the Edge: The Majority Minority Movement in America

Thomas Dunn Learning Center 3113 Gasconade Ave.St. Louis, MO,

Thomas Dunn Learning Center to host Faces Not Forgotten - Honoring St. Louis children killed by gun violence by Jane Linders, Ain't I American - How we view ourselves and […]

Free

Sip ‘n Sketch

Thomas Dunn Learning Center 3113 Gasconade, st louis, MO

Sip 'n Sketch (FREE) 4/10; 6:30 - 8:30 PM - Lonnie Craig will model at this event. Our Artist-in-Residence will guide the class in life drawing with all materials provided. […]

RESPECT! the Mother Art Reception

Thomas Dunn Learning Center 3113 Gasconade, st louis, MO

Thomas Dunn Learning Center will host a Spring Art Reception called RESPECT! the Mother, which will showcase art celebrating the following themes: Respect the Earth - Celebrate Earth Day Respect […]

THE PLACE – Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting

Marquette Recreation Center 4025 Minnesota Ave., Saint Louis, MO

WHAT: Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting event for THE PLACE - a youth drop-in center operated in the Marquette Recreation Center as the result of a partnership between Thomas Dunn […]

Free

Call For Art, Trees

Thomas Dunn Learning Center 3113 Gasconade, st louis, MO

saeking art of trees, prefer work on canvas , as we turn the walkway gallery into a forest, We would also like to host Immersive Instalations of trees that would […]

Free
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