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Off Modern & Into the Streets

by Adam Turl
A shredded blue canvas by Vaughn Davis, "Freestyle #5," hangs near the entrance to the "Off Modern" show at the Luminary, 2701 Cherokee St.
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Celebrate Love & History Through Dance

by Regina Popper
Even in the dance world, February celebrates love and March celebrates Women's History.
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"Big Eyes, Big Minds The Saint Louis International Children's Film Festival"

Film Festival Designed For & About Kids

by Nick Otten
"Big Eyes, Big Minds The Saint Louis International Children's Film Festival" is coming to the Saint Louis Zoo for a series of four Saturdays, starting Jan.
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RAC Announces Artist Fellowships

10 local artists to be awarded $20,000 each

The Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis (RAC) has awarded fellowships at $20,000 each to 10 local artists totaling $200,000 as part of its annual round of Artist Fellowships. This is the fourth year that RAC has offered the Artist Fellowships.
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St. Louis Film Critics Association Names 2016 Award Winners

Local critics honor musical "La La Land" with 6 awards

The St. Louis Film Critics Association has announced its 2016 awards. The magical modern musical "La La Land" won six awards, including Best Film, Director, Cinematography, Music Score, Song and Scene.
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Conflicts of Interest: Art and War In Modern Japan

Art Review

by Adam Turl
"Conflicts of Interest: Art and War in Modern Japan" is a visually beautiful show. "Conflicts" presents a series of artifacts and designs associated with the rise of Japan as a modern empire following the centralization of state power in the Meiji Restoration (1868).
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Impressions of War At St. Louis Art Museum

by Adam Turl
The U.S. has been at war for 15 years. Reactions to the ongoing war have largely been absent in the art world aside from notable exceptions like the Mildred Lane Kemper Museum's "To See Without Being Seen." The St. Louis Art Museum's "Impressions of War," curated by Elizabeth Wychoff, contributes to the countervailing trend.
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Bruno David: Moving Ahead In Time

Bruno David opens first exhibition in new gallery

by Dickson Beall
Following loss of his lease and the need to vacate his Grand Center location, Bruno David has just opened his new Clayton gallery at 7513 Forsyth, creating a win for Clayton, as well as the entire art community.
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Big Muddy Dance Company Brings Energy To Edison

Dance Preview

by Regina Popper
Sass and style capture the spirit of Brian Enos' Big Muddy Dance Company, based in St. Louis, just east of Grand Center. The six-year-old modern dance company, one of our newest, takes the stage at Washington University's Edison Theatre for one night only, Saturday, Nov. 19, at 8 p.m.
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"Romeo & Juliet" At The Touhill Nov. 4-5

by Regina Popper
Radiant love swirls to life in Grand Rapids Ballet's full-evening "Romeo & Juliet," a spare but striking contemporary ballet take on Shakespeare's famous tale.
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