Guest Jeff Lea, Public Relations Manager for St. Louis Lambert International Airport talks the 7th annual "Art of Travel" fundraiser for the Airport's arts programs.
Guest Diana Hansen, Director of Galleries & Internships at the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, talks about her work in advocating for artists and helping to unify the various galleries in Grand Center.
Guest Melody Evans, artist, shares details on some of the places to see her work, her passion for teaching, and thoughts on the local art scene.
Nancy Kranzberg talks with Paul Emery: President of Emery Entertainment about his venue, Playhouse at Westport Plaza, it's history, and upcoming shows.
Nancy Kranzberg speaks with Cara Stark: Executive Director of the Pulitzer Arts Foundation and discusses the Pulitzer Arts Foundation's current exhibitions and place in the St. Louis arts community.
Hannah Klemm: Assistant Curator of Modern Art, St. Louis Art Museum and Amy Granat: Executive Director of Parapet hold a discussion with Nancy about their respective organizations.
Guest Dawn Karlovsky, Founder of Karlovsky and Company Dance, shares the history of the group's origins and how a collaborative effort can bring new and unexpected things to fruition.
Guest James Cole, Director of Conservation Programs, The Nature Conservancy, discusses the link between art and landscape design and its role in the work of his organization.
Guest Bunny Burson, Artist, discusses the personal nature of her work and why sometimes the right paper is worth a trip to the other side of the world.
Guest David Conradsen, Curator of Decorative Arts & Design at the St. Louis Art Museum, outlines the types of work that make up the Decorative Arts collection, why one piece in particular is so revolutionary, and what exactly happens at the museum on Mondays.
Guest Olivia Lahs-Gonzales, Director of the Sheldon Art Galleries, talks about the current and upcoming exhibits in the galleries and shares some highlights of this Grand Center gem.
Guest Lisa Melandri, Director of the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, explains the benefits of being a collection-less museum and shares a number of upcoming highlights that visitors to CAM can look forward to over next few months.
Guests Libby Pederson, Executive Director, and Keller Ryan, Technical Director, stop by to discuss the new home of Ignite Theatre Company and their work in making theater accessible to children.
Guest Gene Dobbs Bradford, President & CEO of the Harold & Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz, discusses upcoming shows at the center and why their venues is rated as one of the best in the world.
Guest Douglas Dowd, Professor of Art and American Culture at Washington University, talks about his work as the Faculty Director of the Dowd Modern Graphic History Library.
Guest Maggie Ryan, Artistic Director of the Insight Theatre Company, talks about the group's recent move, upcoming shows, and their role in providing opportunities for local actors that would normally be found in other cities.
Guest Dana Turkovic, Assistant Curator at Laumeier Sculpture Park, shares some highlights of the park as it celebrates it's 40th year.
Guest Marilyn Brown, co-chair of the St. Louis Jewish Film Festival, shares highlights of the upcoming festival.
Nancy Kranzberg interviews Kristen Sorth, Director of The St. Louis County Library.
Guest Nichole Bridges, associate curator in charge, Department of the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas, and associate curator for African art at the St. Louis Art Museum, shares the history of the African art collection and the benefits of becoming a member.
Guest Susan Sherman, Chairman of the Board of the St. Louis Fashion Fund, shares the organization's mission to rebuild the local garment district to its former glory.
Guest Priscilla Block, Executive Director of St. Louis ArtWorks, shares details on the award winning programs that they offer to underserved local teens in the Metro Area.
Guest Lynn Hamilton, Executive Director of Maturity And Its Muse, stops into the studio to detail the core of her group's mission and the reasons why art is such a beneficial part of the aging process.