Arts America | February 18, 2017

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Maya Angelou documentary / Artist, educator and Ferguson native Bryce Robinson exhibit at the Kranzberg Arts Center / Arizona artist Susan Zalkind / The Muse Machine in Dayton, Ohio.

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Arts America | February 11, 2017

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Laumeier Sculpture Park is putting up works of art for adoption / Sharing methods of modern and traditional design in ceramics / An educator combines painting with math / A painter who calls his style "playful" / Musical theater in the round under the big top.

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Arts America | January 28, 2017

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A photographer who captures the legends of Rock n’ Roll / A rediscovered mural in Los Angeles / A Florida museum preserves memorabilia of traveling carnivals / Merb’s Candies in south St. Louis has perfected the art of crafting chocolates.

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Arts America | January 14, 2017

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“Toys of the 50s, 60s and 70s” at the Missouri History Museum / Vivid pop sculptures from discarded items / Photographer captures abandoned and unpopulated places / Minneapolis lithographer Kurt Seaberg / A dance studio specializes in teaching the art of Hip Hop

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Arts America | December 24, 2016

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"Arts America" celebrates the holiday season with the music of the St. Louis Chamber Chorus.

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Arts America | November 19, 2016

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St. Louis graffiti artist Jesse “Sinz” Cuellar learned to paint with his mouth after becoming quadriplegic / Fiber artist Inna Schoeler uses knitting to create wearable art / Nancy Raven takes pictures without lenses / Martha Russo combines ceramic materials with items from metals to fruit for sculptural installations / A couple transitioned from health careers to owners of a glass-blowing studio.

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Arts America | November 12, 2016

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.ZACK arts incubator in Grand Center enables arts organizations to collaborate, share office and performance space / At the Vision Male Ensemble, young men support each other through music / James Meyer photographs landscapes through a technique that creates hyper-real, illuminated images / Artist Amy Knight’s creations are made of dried gourds

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Arts America | November 5, 2016

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Chesterfield sculptor Joy Kroeger Beckner explains her inspiration for sculpting dogs / New York City’s Broadway Dance Lab is a incubator for choreographers / Miami photographer Jonah Gouin makes panoramic images of his travels around the world / Craig Mitchell Smith molds glass into three-dimensional shapes.

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Arts America | October 29, 2016

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Fabric art tells the architectural history of Detroit / Graffiti artists transform a run-down commercial district / A sculptor uses his art to examine universal questions / A profile of The Big Muddy Dance Company, based in Grand Center.

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Arts America | October 15, 2016

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Haitian artworks in Milwaukee / Train photographs using old-fashioned techniques / An architect's metal mobiles / The history of Grand Center arts district.

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Arts America | October 8, 2016

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Baton Rouge artist Mary Ann Caffery, Chesterfield Radiologist Dr. Brett Prywitch's digital art, "Phantasmagoria" theatrical circus, "Release the Fear" teaches cognitive behavioral skills.

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Arts America | October 1, 2016

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Sacramento painter Rufus Chalmers, Listing Room Festival, woodturner Devon Palmer, Gitana Productions one-act play about three refugee women in St. Louis.

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Arts America | September 24, 2016

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Jazz trombonist Charlie Halloran, Liberty Craftworks, New Mexico painter Dennis Larkins, Annie Rupani's chocolate creations.

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Arts America | September 10, 2016

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St. Louis sculptor Abraham Mohler, international sign-painters movement “Walldogs,” a temporary installation in Colorado: a rainbow-like prism projected onto the side of a barn.

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Arts America | August 20, 2016

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St. Louis Artists’ Guild 130th anniversary, artist Timothy Raines, American Sign Museum in Cincinnati, artist Fawzia Kahn.

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