Event is Friday, May 3 at 6 p.m.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Event is all day at 7514 Lindbergh Dr.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Carol Horstman paintings are on display at the Maryland Avenue art space.
Thursday, May 5, 2011
This year, skip brunch in favor of showing Mom a good time she won't forget.
Most Mother’s Day celebrations are aimed at nuclear families. If you have a hard-working single mom, don’t insult her by cramming her into a long brunch line alongside happily married women. Instead, take her to one of these alternative celebrations where you spend time together building up special memories involving mint juleps, microbreweries or marvelous art. St. Louis Microfest Forest Park is always a good place for quality time with Mom, but this weekend, it’s home to a microbrewery festival. It’s your turn to play designated driver while she samples brews from around the world. After a few hours at the festival, she may take home the commemorative tasting glass, a six-pack of her favorite new microbrew and your future stepfather’s …
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
It happened Tuesday morning downtown.
Artist Gerard Tsutakawa got to work Tuesday morning in Clayton as his new sculpture, Uzumaki Curve, made its debut downtown. A crane lifted the artwork out of a wooden box and transported it over to a pedestal next to the condominiums in Carondelet Plaza. An unveiling is planned during an outdoor celebration Wednesday night. To see the sculpture put in place, watch the video attached to this article.
Monday, April 25, 2011
An unveiling is planned May 4.
A sculpture set to be installed next week in Clayton stems from a permitting request to build 72 luxury condominiums on Carondelet Plaza. Mark Mehlman said that at the time of his request, the city required an art component to help beautify the area. He is managing partner of MK&C LLC Crescent, which developed The Crescent. The resulting sculpture is Uzumaki Curve, by artist Gerard Tsutakawa. The word "uzumaki" means "community" in Japanese, a news release from The Crescent states. It will be unveiled May 4 during Sidewalk Soiree, an event featuring food and entertainment on the plaza. The process took time. Mehlman hired Faith Berger of Faith Berger Art Consultants to research a number of artists. Berger said she works to find appropriate…
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
You'll find these events and more this week in and around Clayton and Richmond Heights.
Looking for something fun and different to do with the kids and family this week in Clayton or Richmond Heights? Look no further! We’ve got some ideas right here. MOMMY AND ME FITNESS CLASS When/Where: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays at the Brentwood Recreation Complex Why Go: It’s a workout designed around your baby stroller—and you can bring the little one! Pricing: Residents $65; Non-Residents $78 per session STORIES AND CRAFTS When/Where: 7:00 p.m. Mondays, 10 a.m. Tuesdays and 3:45 p.m. Thursdays at the Richmond Heights Memorial Library Why Go: Books, songs and something to take home for your preschool-age child. What beats that? Pricing: Free TRAIL OF TEARS When/Where: 1 p.m. Saturday at the Richmond Heights Memorial Library. Why Go: …
Friday, February 18, 2011
Here are five kid-friendly events coming up this weekend near Clayton and Richmond Heights.
Here’s information about storytimes, a mother-daughter slumber party, a concert and a celebration of Black History Month—pick and choose from this weekend’s array of events.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Daily PatchCast: University City Schools Hosts Returning Artists Program, Creve Coeur Mayor Receives Heart Surgery and More
A roundup of the region's major developments for Friday.
Here are the top stories from Patch sites in your area: O'Fallon City Council, Residents Discuss Issues with Residential Rental Inspections Dielmann Out Of Heart Surgery City Gives Boost to Foundry Art Centre Lake Saint Louis Volunteers In Medicine Clinic helps Uninsured Alums in the Arts Celebrated at Reception
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Five exhibits make up the new series on printmaking in the Clayton-based group's galleries.
The St. Louis Artists' Guild is filled wall-to-wall on both floors with prints of different makes for the Under Pressure exhibit series. The series, which opened Jan. 23 and runs until March 25, explores the different methods of printmaking in fine art including etching, linoleum cut, solarplate and hybrid works. A second opening on March 17 has been scheduled to fall during the annual Southern Graphics Conference, a printmakers' convention held this year in St. Louis. The five new exhibits include: Gallery director Gina Alvarez thought Past Present's concept fit with the exhibiting space. "Knowing the history the Guild has, they thought it made sense to marry the history of printmaking with the contemporary," Alvarez said. The Artists' …