Gather Movement Workshop

virtual MO

Experience an online movement workshop hosted by Consuming Kinetics Dance Company in response to Rachel Youn’s installation "Gather." A dance educator takes cues from the swaying sculptures to offer joyful, expressive choreography. Please note this event is online only.

Free

Play Date: Color Creations

virtual MO

Play Dates are free and open to all! Each month, families with children of all ages and abilities are invited to participate in this online program. Play Dates follow a monthly theme with art activities and a performance by a guest artist. Material kits with supplies for the workshop are provided free with prior booking […]

Free

Art Speaks: Who Tells Your Story?

virtual MO

First premiering on Broadway in 2016, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton took the world by storm. Just as the production of Hamilton tells the story of an often-forgotten founding father, Victoria McCraven, the 2020-2021 Romare Bearden Graduate Museum Fellow, will explore the narratives of two historically marginalized figures of the same period as Hamilton, Ona Judge and […]

Free

Artist Talk: Ebony G. Patterson

virtual MO

Ebony G. Patterson blurs lines between painting, photography, sculpture, and collage, emphasizing the artworks’ materiality. She discusses her meanings and methods with CAM Chief Curator Wassan Al-Khudhairi. Patterson received the prestigious Stone & DeGuire Contemporary Art Award from her alma mater, Washington University in St. Louis, in 2018. Please note this event is online only.

Free

First Friday

virtual MO

Experience CAM’s First Fridays online, featuring a conversation with exhibiting artist Yowshien Kuo and other art activities that will sweep the memory of your work week away. This year’s Teen Museum Studies team chose St. Louis-based Kuo from twenty-one competitive exhibition proposals. It’s Friday! Stop work early and join the watch party! Please note this […]

Free

100 Boots: Philip Matthews and Tongo Eisen-Martin

virtual MO

The 100 Boots Poetry Series presents readings by a range of emerging and established writers from St. Louis and across the United States. 100 Boots is organized by the Pulitzer Arts Foundation and Ted Mathys, poet and educator at Saint Louis University. Mathys will host a virtual discussion and reading with poets Philip Matthews and […]

Free

Virtual Bachtoberfest

virtual MO

Join friends new and old for a festive and engaging virtual Bachtoberfest! Hosted by BeerChoir, the evening will be filled with local StL flair that can be experienced from anywhere. Sign up to attend, find a friend, grab your favorite beer and join in for a drinking song or two!

Free

RE: Botanical Spirits

virtual MO

Taking inspiration from the gardens in Ebony G. Patterson’s exhibition, Nezka Pfeifer, Museum Curator at the Missouri Botanical Garden and an expert in botanical and biocultural history, discusses the social impacts of the production and distribution of plant-based spirits and their relationship to histories of oppression. Please note this event is online only.

Free

Play Date: Super Shapes

virtual MO

Play Dates are free and open to all! Each month, families with children of all ages and abilities are invited to participate in this online program. Play Dates follow a monthly theme with art activities and a performance by a guest artist. Material kits with supplies for the workshop are provided free with prior booking […]

Free

80th Season Kickoff

virtual MO

Join us as we kick off our 80th season! In this virtual event, you will hear exciting details about our upcoming season while also enjoying a musical performance by select members of the Bach Society Chorus. https://www.bachsociety.org/80th-kick-off

Free

Keynote Conversation: Toward Monumental Justice

virtual MO

As the world bears witness to the widespread protests that directly confront racism and the institutions that uphold its existence, monuments continue to function as sites of radical gathering and critical action. This keynote discussion will focus on acknowledging, removing, and reimaging how monuments function within our society. The event features Zyahna Bryant, student activist […]

Free
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