Scholars have called it “the most important rock art site in North America” on account of 290 prehistoric glyphs adorning its walls.
The total renovation of the Charlotte Street Foundation arts center was catalyzed by an artist-driven core mission to support and catalyze a local artistic community.
Wilke’s joyful effusions were a reminder of the limitlessness of the body’s creative potential.
The Self Maintenance Resource Center is a living archive of personal, creative, and intellectual inspiration for artists.
The annual celebration pays homage to the women at the front lines of World War I, who rolled their dough using shell casings to bake the sweet treats.
The exhibition “Keith Haring: Radiant Gambit” presents a more complicated — and certainly more interesting — take on an artist best known for his zippy visuals.
The Sam Fox School’s inaugural MFA-IVC graduating class will present their work at the High Low Gallery in St. Louis’s midtown arts district.
A Thing Like You and Me and smoke, signals, space open at the Sam Fox School’s Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum.
In The Trials of the Golden Rat, Patrick Duegaw recasts Hercule’s feats as the troubling behavior of a powerful man, reframing his targets through the guise of powerful women standing up for themselves.
Reverberating through the Pulitzer’s iconic building, Adkins’s works carry the potential of sound, and remain alluring even in silence.
Brand-new studios, exceptional faculty, and a close-knit community. Apply by February 5 to the MFA in Visual Art and MFA in Illustration & Visual Culture.
Students enjoy in-person access to the top-tier research institution’s vast resources, including numerous specialized spaces for creating. Attend the Virtual Open House on November 19 and apply online.