Guest Rob Endicott, President of the Board of Directors for the National Blues Museum, discusses highlights of the newly opened museum, important local blues musicians, and St. Louis' place in blues history.
Guest Kim Eberlein, co-chair of Sing for Siteman discusses how this event uses the power of opera to fight cancer.
Guest Meridith McKinley, Board Chair, Critical Mass for the Visual Arts, discusses public art in St. Louis and the new Public Works Project with the help of artist Jessica Witte whose piece "Seed the Change" was the first work selected for this new endeavor.
Guest DeBorah Ahmed, Executive Director of Better Family Life Cultural Center, discusses programs that the Center offers including the annual Black Dance festival and the Voices of Congo Square concert.
Guest Harvey Lockhart, Director & Founder of the North County Big Band discusses his current musical projects and the rewards of helping local students to achieve musical success.
Guest Cindy Proust, President of Arts and Education Council, discusses supporting and incubating area arts organizations, local community events, and how St. Louis compares to other cities.
Chris discusses many of the new things happening in and around Grand Center, including The Dark Room, the debut of the Grand Center weekly Jazz crawl, and the new Zack arts incubator, as well as what's new and happening in Grand Center.
Ruth Reese discusses her collaborations and her recent projectinvolving masks.
Her gallery can be found online: TheReese Gallery
Nancy speaks with casting director and acting coach Carrie Houk about the Tennessee Williams festival, coming to St. Louis.