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.
Guest Sean Robertson, Theater Manager of the Florissant Civic Center Theater, shares some of the history of the theater and its upcoming events.
Guest Patty Wente, CEO & President of the International Photography Hall of Fame & Museum, discusses current and upcoming exhibitions, noteworthy members of the Hall of Fame, and the annual induction ceremony as well as classes and other offerings.
Jessica Hentoff Artistic Executive Director for Circus Harmony stops by to talk with Nancy about the goings-on and history of Circus Harmony, as well as how they recently learning that they are the recipient of the Missouri Arts Award for education.
Diana Hansen, Director of Galleries and Internships for the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, stops by to talk with Nancy about the work she does for the foundation and her background.
Guest Tonina Saputo, singer-songwriter/bassist, music journalist & poet, discusses her musical beginnings and the path that her art and career has taken.
Guest Peter Palermo, Executive Director of the Sheldon, shares how his past experience will help take the organization in a new direction while honoring what's come before. He also details the upcoming Gala.
Guest Sarah Griesbach, Executive Editor of All The Art Quarterly, stops in to discuss the magazine and its work to bring arts awareness to unexpected places in our region.
Nancy talks with her guests from the St. Louis Art Museum about the exhibition Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now, as well as the history of prints.
Guest Kevin Ginty, Executive Director of St. Louis Classical Guitar, shares the mission of his organization, highlights upcoming concerts, and tells us how classical guitar is way more than most people realize.
Guest Olivia Lahs-Gonzales, Director of The Sheldon Art Galleries, stops by to discuss a few highlights of the current and upcoming exhibits in the galleries.
Nancy Talks with Maggie Ryan, Artistic Director of Insight Theatre Company about the company's history and about the upcoming season.
Nancy Talks to David Hutson, Neon Artist and Dana Turkovic, Curator of Laumeier Sculpture Park about his new exhibition at the park. They also talk about the art and science of neon.
Guest Andrew Jorgensen, General Director of Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, shares highlights from the upcoming season and what he hopes to accomplish as the company's newest director.
Guest Father Terry Dempsey: Director of the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA), stops by to tell us about upcoming plans to celebrate the Museum's 25th anniversary and details some highlights of past exhibits.
Guests Shannon Bailey, Chief Curator & Brian Flowers, Marketing Coordinator, at The World Chess Hall of Fame stop in to discuss the history of the museum, what brought it to St. Louis, and how it's a space for some things that might surprise you.
Guests 138. Mike Behle, Director of Paul Artspace & Terry Suhre, Director of Gallery 210 discuss the history of both local institutions and how they work together to introduce artists to St. Louis and St. Louis artists to the world.
Guest Maryanne Simmons, Master Printmaker at Wildwood Press, talks about the history of large scale printing in St. Louis and how she collaborates with other artists to make new works that draw on the strengths of both.
Nancy speaks with Cynthia Cosby and Gerald Brooks from the African Heritage Association of St. Louis about the Africa Arts Festival to be held in Forest Park on Memorial Day Weekend. They also discuss the November 10th concert by the Soweto Gospel Choir coming to the Touhill Performing Arts Center.