Guest Nezka Pfeiffer, Museum Curator at the Stephen & Peter Sachs Museum at the Missouri Botanical Garden, stops in to discuss details of the restoration of one of the oldest buildings in the city and how they returned it to its former glory.
Guest Robert Bullivant, Owner of Bullivant Gallery, stops in to share details of his current exhibition "27 Forever" and discuss the numerous fine art printing services his gallery provides.
Guest Matt Kerns, Executive Director of St. Lou Fringe Festival, gives us a history of Fringe Fests in general and a breakdown of highlights and features for this year's upcoming local incarnation.
Guest David Steward II, CEO of Lion Forge Comics, talks about his company's role in brining diversity to the world of comics, entertainment, and beyond.
Guest Duane Reed, Owner & Director of Duane Reed Art Gallery, stops by to talk about current and upcoming exhibits as well as what goes into being a gallerist.
Guest Jessica Hentoff, Artistic/Executive Director at Circus Harmony, stops by to share exciting news about the Peace Through Pyramids program.
Guest Kathleen Bibbins, Executive Director of the St. Louis Fashion Fund, highlights the work being done to make St. Louis a fashion hub once again.
Guest Olivia Lahs - Gonzales, Director of the Sheldon Art Galleries, stops in to talk about the upcoming exhibit "Golf @ the Galleries" which transforms the galleries into one playable, artist designed mini-golf course installation.
Guest Andy Hahn, Executive Director of the Campbell House Museum, tells us about the mission of the museum as it enters its 75th year.
Marilyn Brown, Co-Chair of the St. Louis Jewish Film Festival, stops in to share highlights from this year's upcoming festival.
Guest John Hoover, Director of the St. Louis Mercantile Library, shares a bit of the history of this institution, details the current special exhibits, and shares some facts you may find surprising!
Guests Tom Fleming, Volunteer, and Nick Dunne, Board President talk about their organization MySlart.org (My St. Louis Art), the work they do to make art exhibition accessible to all, and how you can be a part of it all!
Guests Lana Pepper and Yvonne Osei, 2 of the 6 Awardees of the 2018 St. Louis Visionary Awards, stop in to discuss the work they did to deserve this award ahead of the upcoming ceremony on April 23, 2018.
Guest Hannah Klemm, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the St. Louis Art Museum, discusses new items in the contemporary collection, upcoming exhibitions, and the current exhibition of artist Sun Xun's Timespy.
Guest Marie Oberkirsch, Director of Central Print, shares information about her organization's mission and programs and tells why their Old North location is an important touchstone.
Lisa Çakmak is the associate curator of ancient art. She joined the Saint Louis Art Museum in 2010 as the Andrew W. Mellon Fellow for ancient art and previously was the Niarchos Curatorial Fellow at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Çakmak has an undergraduate degree in art and archaeology from Princeton University, a master of arts and doctorate in classical art and archaeology from the University of Michigan, and a master of business administration from the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis.
Guest Christine Knoblauch-O'Neal, Director of Graduate Studies, MFA Program in Dance at Washington University stops by to discuss the upcoming MFA student dance concert: Common Ground.
Guest Mike Isaacson, Artistic Director & Executive Producer at the Muny, stops by to share the history of The St. Louis Municipal Opera Theatre and lets us know what to look forward to as they begin their 100th season.
Guest Jessica Hentoff, Artistic Executive Director of Circus Harmony, talks about their collaboration with Circus Flora and shares details on their mission of teaching the circus arts to kids both here and abroad.
Guest Paul Steinmann, Author, discusses the rich history behind his newly released book Will.
Guest Scott Miller, Artistic Director of the New Line Theatre, talks about the founding of the company as well as their work with local talent to keep musical theater edgy.