Tag Archive: St. Louis MO

Apr 21

oops! Art Saint Louis “Maturity and Its Muse: Celebrating Artistic Experience”- Opens Tonight!” #artnstlou #stlouis #swellelderly

oops. My previous email about the wonderful opening of “Maturity and Its Muse: Celebrating Artistic Experience” at Art Saint Louis indicated the incorrect date for exhibit opening. IT IS TONIGHT! Saturday, April 21 from 5-7pm. Link below gives all sorts of info about the show and about Art Saint Louis. Enjoy! Art Saint Louis_ Celebrating …

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Apr 20

“Art Saint Louis “Maturity and Its Muse: Celebrating Artistic Experience”- Opens Tomorrow Night!” #artnstlou #stlouis #swellelderly

“Art Saint Louis: Celebrating Artistic Experience- Tomorrow Night!” We’re proud to share this information from our partner, Art Saint Louis, announcing the opening of “Maturity and Its Muse: Celebrating Artistic Experience” tomorrow, Saturday night, April 21,  from 5-7pm. Come see what inspires regional artists 70 + years of age. Look for great conversations during the run of the …

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Jul 17

The Silver Screen Series #productiveaging at its best #artnstlou

The Silver Screen Series We are pleased to present our 2015 film selections. This year on Thursdays! See side bar to the right for our schedule.

Mar 04

The Silver Stages Series Debuts Tomorrow

Hello! Tomorrow, Wednesday is the day. It’s The Stages Series. If you are anywhere near Forest Park, St. Louis, MO…come on over to The Missouri History Museum. I will look forward to welcoming you. Lynn Read All about The Silver Stages Series.

Feb 18

Still Time for Tom Brady and “Zilch”

I’ve previously written giving a handful of thumbs ups to one of my St. Louis muses, Tom Brady, and his current performance. I have just learned that…it’s not TOO LATE to enjoy…but soon will be. Yes, There’s still time! Go to zilch.eventbrite.com or for reservations call: 314-652-3003.  Read all about Zilch an amazing performance of physical beauty and deep moral …

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Feb 03

Dongmin Wang Visits the KARE Program and ME!!!

Today was our monthly KARE (Kemper Art Reaches Everyone) program at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, a part of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis. More later about the today’s program and our special guests from Laclede Groves Memory Care. Now, I want to share …

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Jan 30

New Mavis Staples Bio by Chicago Tribune Music Critic Greg Kot

Greg Kot will be in St. Louis to talk about his new book, “I’ll Take You There: Mavis Staples, the Staple Singers, and the March Up Freedom’s Highway.” St. Louis County Library, Maryville University and Left Bank Books Present Greg Kot Monday, February 3, 2014 7:00 p.m. St. Louis County Library Headquarters, 1640 S. Lindbergh …

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Jan 29

Wash U Library has Depression Oral History

Library unveils 100-plus hours of digitized conversation about the Great Depression Fully searchable resource brings invaluable, previously inaccessible oral history within reach January 27, 2014 By Evie Hemphill DOROTHEA LANGE (1936) Among the scores of interviewees whose reflections on the Great Depression comprise a newly accessible Washington University Libraries resource are two daughters of Florence …

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Jan 26

“Jacqueline Piatigorsky: Patron, Player, Pioneer” on view at the World Chess Hall of Fame

“Jacqueline Piatigorsky: Patron, Player, Pioneer” on view at the World Chess Hall of Fame Jacqueline Piatigorsky with the Winners of the 1963 Piatigorsky Cup Tournament, Tigran Petrosian and Paul Keres, Photo Otto Rothschild, 1963. Courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles. Collection of the World …

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