Tag Archive: Saint Louis Art Museum

Jul 10

We join with @ArtStLouis to present “Maturity and Its Muse: Celebrating Artistic Experience” #artistmuse #artnstlou

Attention all St. Louis area artists over age 70. Art Saint Louis is now accepting entries for this juried exhibition. Entries close September 1, 2017. Below is the link for all the information you will need to know. This is the second iteration of the show. The first exhibited in April 2016 was extraordinary! Jurors …

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Apr 24

#CASEfest2017 #productiveaging our welcome mat is out!

“Making St. Louis A Great Place to Artfully Age.”   The welcome mat is out…Loads of venues to visit, people to see, fun to have…we hope you will put several of these on your calendars for the days ahead. Thank you! Lynn   Monday, April 24, 2017 10:00 a.m. ArtAGE Express your creativity by making …

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Apr 20

It’s CASEfest Time

Hi Everybody: Today is the first day of Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement or CASEfest as loads of people are starting to call it. There are loads of events all over St. Louis city and county. for up to date listing of the events please visit maturityanditsmuse.org/calendar  Good news is that we are sharing information …

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Jul 03

Ray Wenneker: Made in #StLouis #productiveaging #artnstlou @debrabass via@stltoday

It’s all about Ray Wenneker: photo by Chris Lee clee@post-dispatch.com What a terrific story in Sunday 07.03.2016 St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Here’s the link so you can read every word yourself. http://www.stltoday.com/lifestyles/fashion-and-style/debra-bass/made-in-st-louis-philanthropic-artist-gives-everything-to-charity/article_43673d56-2db3-56ac-a343-0481c9dd0ad0.html Productive aging as per Ray, “…some artists retire or think they can’t do anything useful because of age but as long as you are …

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Apr 26

Thank you St. Louis OASIS for a wonderful story about #CASEfest

Celebrating Arts for Senior Engagement April 28-May 7 Be part of the first area-wide arts festival for older adults Artists don’t retire. They keep on making art. And that’s what Celebrating Arts for Senior Engagement, a 10-day festival throughout St. Louis, April 28-May 7, is all about. With a jam-packed schedule of at least 80 …

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Dec 14

Recapping Recent Activities #aging #productiveaging #alzheimers #dementia #srliving #stlouis

#arts4srs #artnstlou. We’ve been busy in St. Louis and, oh dear me, I’m behind in reporting in about a variety of special activities recently held. Catch up Time! 😉 1) The Silver Stages December program was held on December 3. We had a wonderful audience attend. They eagerly joined the combined Gatesworth and Covenant House Chorale …

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Apr 19

El Anatsui is 70!

El Anatsui is 70! Happy Birthday El Anatsui! I first became spellbound by his amazing work at the Saint Louis Art Museum. Our Museum owns “Fading Cloth.” “Fading Cloth” was executed in 2005 and is a stunner no matter where it has been installed. Here is an image of Sculptural works of Professor El Anatsui made with …

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Apr 17

Richard Serra: More on this Serra Moment

Hello: I wanted to share more information about Richard Serra. (What a moment he is, as always, having!) In particular I want to highlight the currently on exhibition: “Sight Lines: Richard Serra’s Drawings for Twain” at the Saint. Louis Art Museum. Curated by Ann-Maree Walker, research assistant in the Department of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs. …

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