Wassan Al-Khudhairi, Chief Curator at the Contemporary Art Museum ST. Louis, stops by to speak with Nancy about CAM and the current exhibitions.
Guest Robert Endicott, Chairman of The National Blues Museum here in St. Louis, discusses the museum's exhibits, outreach and education, regular live performances, and their charge for covering the history of the blues nationally vs a regional or St. Louis focus. Rob is also a trumpet player and lawyer who first performed the blues with the legendary guitarist Bennie Smith.
Guest Dr. Frances Levine, President and CEO of the Missouri Historical Society, chats about the goings on at the many institutions that the Society oversees including the History Museum and Soldiers Memorial.
Guest Gina Alvarez, Executive Director of VSA Arts of Missouri / Living Arts Studio, shares details on how their group fosters and facilitates creativity in people of all levels of ability through mentorship, classes, and access to a creative workspace.
Guest Cynthia Prost, President of the Arts and Education Council, stops in to discuss funding the arts in St. Louis and their upcoming awards night.
Olivia Lahs-Gonzales, Director and Curator of The Sheldon Art Galleries, stops by to talk with Nancy about this year's "Golf the Galleries and The Sheldon Galleries in general.
Guest John Pierson, Associate Artistic Director of the St. Louis Actors Studio, stops in to talk about their home at the Gaslight Theater, the upcoming LaBute New Theater Festival, and other new developments within their organization.
Guest Erin Quick, Executive Director of the St. Louis Poetry Center, stops in to talk about the history of the organization, some of the notable past members, and how you can get involved!
Guests Gary Passanise, Founder & Director, and Francesca Passanise, President & Education Officer, of the Santo Foundation stop in to share details of the work their foundation does to help emerging local artists and how they plan to honor the group's 10th anniversary.
Guest Marilyn Brown, Co-Chair of the St. Louis Jewish Film Festival, stops by to discuss some of the highlights of the upcoming annual festival. Including some films you won't be able to see anywhere else.
Guest Pete Timmermann, Interim Director of the Webster University Film Series, stops in to discuss his thoughts on film and being a fan of movies. He also shares some highlights and information about the upcoming film festival.
Christopher Mohnani: Managing Director of Programs and Community Engagement for Dance St. Louis stopped by to speak with Nancy about Dance St. Louis as well as the upcoming Spring to Dance Event on memorial day weekend.
Guest Tom Ridgely, Executive Producer of Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, stops by the station to talk about some of the exciting things that have developed in the past year and what's in store for this year's upcoming Festival!
Guest Stephanie Bliss, Director of the Eugene Field House & Museum, talks about the children's poet, his famous father, and their link to St. Louis.
Guest Carrie Houk, Artistic Director of the Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis, stops by to discuss this year's festival including some rare opportunities to see works that are seldom staged.
Guests and actresses Jacqueline Thompson and Kari Ely, two recipients of 2019 Visionary Awards, talk about the works they've done in the arts that earned them this recognition.
Guest Mark Sundlov, Director of the Soldiers Memorial Military Museum, stops in to share highlights of the newly renovated museum and talks about the history of the memorial and steps that have been taken to preserve the past to carry it into the future.
Guest David Kirkland of Turn Restaurant talks DJing and cooking and shares how music inspired him to turn the tables on cuisine.
Steve Pick and Amanda Doyle, Co-Authors of St. Louis Sound: An Illustrated Timeline, stop by to speak with Nancy About the St. Louis Music scene and the book they created as a love letter to it. They also talk about various events surrounding it's release.
Guest Chris Hansen, Executive Director of the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, stops in to talk about the role the foundation plays in promoting arts in the city and to discuss their newest development: The High Low.
Artist Jasmine Leah Raskas stops in to discuss her artwork and how creating art has helped her through challenging circumstances.
Guest David Wilson, Creator of the True/False Film Fest, stops in to tell us the history of the festival and share highlights form this year's upcoming edition.