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Join us for the 44th Annual Christmas Arts and Crafts Extravaganza sponsored by the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri. The craft fair takes place in the Osage Center and the Show Me Center, the weekend before Thanksgiving!
This is one of the largest craft fairs in the region, and we attract artisans and crafters from all over the Midwest. Each year we display over 300 different booths selling unique handmade items-perfect for the gift-giving spirit of the season! And last year we had over 12,000 shoppers!
Ticket prices are $5 on Saturday for both days and both locations; $3 on Sunday only for both locations.
The Brookside Art Annual is celebrating its 29th year. This art show draws more than 70,000 people.
The focus of the show is art. The Art Annual is known for its festive atmosphere, hospitality and convenience. It has become a must-attend event for artists and art seekers alike.
Held at 63rd and Brookside Blvd., between Main St. and Wornall.
Note: Events held on the first Friday of each month only. Address above is for the Ste. Genevieve Welcome Center.
Ste. Genevieve art galleries offer visitors the opportunity to view the works of local and regional artists displaying a variety of art forms. Many businesses in the historic district participate by extending their store hours during the Fourth Friday Art Walk.
Start your tour at the Welcome Center, where you can view two important art collections, as well as pick up a map to the galleries.
Refreshments are served at various locations. Take your friends and enjoy a leisurely stroll among the shops, restaurants and art galleries of downtown Ste. Genevieve.
The perception of the contemporary woman varies tremendously from time and place and “How We See Her” is an all-media juried art exhibition of pieces that explore what it means to be female in today’s society.
The Foundry Art Centre exhibition runs Friday, March 14-Friday, April 25, 2014 and is free to the public and open for viewing during regular FAC hours.
Saint Louis artist and educator Janice Nesser-Chu juried the collection of artwork for “How We See Her” and the exhibition’s award winners will be announced at the opening reception, March 14, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. The public can enjoy free food & drink along with artful conversation and observation.
The artist studios on the second level of the Foundry Art Centre will also be open to the public for visiting. Admission, as always, is free. For more information, please call 636-255-0270 or visit foundryartcentre.org.
The 1855 Harris-Kearney House Museum is proud to have previously hosted this talented local artist in 2013. Brad's work was so well-liked that he was asked to do another show in April 2014. His art features classic American scenes in pencil drawings and etchings.
Brad strives to create unique perspectives into the culture, nature, and aesthetics of good ol’ Americana. Beautiful and impressive, his scenes range from high detail “folk realism” graphite pencil drawings and hand printed etchings, to digital photography of distinct American scenes taken while on various trips around our great country. He continues to develop his techniques as he studies the etchings of master artists such as Rembrandt and Albrecht Durer.
This exhibit will be open for viewing from April 1-30, during regular museum hours, Wednesday through Saturday from 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Admission to the exhibit is free.
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Pictorial photography emerged from the shadows of a “point and shoot craft” into a style where artists strove to create painterly, romantic images. As the processes associated with photography evolved, so did the concept of photography as an art form emerge. The pure beauty of a photograph began to shine through as Modern photographers learned to capture images that had always surrounded us, yet were seldom seen.
“Pure Photography: Pictorial and Modern Photographs” includes photographers that span thematic periods and artistic styles, such as Alfred Steiglitz, Berenice Abbott, and Lewis Wickes Hine. The exhibition will be on display from Friday, May 2 – Friday, August 1, 2014 in Gallery I, II and III at the Foundry Arts Centre.
It is free and open to the public with an opening reception on Friday, May 2, 2014 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. The public can enjoy free food and drink along with artful conversation and observation. The artist studios on the second level of the Foundry Art Centre will also be open to the public for visiting. For more information, please call 636-255-0270 or visit foundryartcentre.org.
Accompanying image Courtesy of the Syracuse University Art Collection.
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