Guest Amanda Thompson Rundahl, Director of Learning and Engagement at the St. Louis Art Museum discusses her work in finding ways to explain and interpret the museum's collection through various outreach efforts and programs.
Guest Sheila Banks, author & screenwriter, shares the story behind her latest book: Bittersweet.
Guest Philip Barnes, Artistic Director of the St. Louis Chamber Chorus, shares how his group brings music to life in places both expected and unexpected.
Guest Philip Boehm, Artistic Director of Upstream Theater, shares highlights from this season's current and upcoming shows.
Guest Kathleen Sitzer, Artistic Director of the New Jewish Theatre, shares highlights of their upcoming 20th season.
Guest Jessica Hentoff, Artistic Executive Director & Founder of Circus Harmony, reveals what a simple cup of coffee has in common with running away to join the circus.
Guests Denny Reagan, President & CEO & Tracy Utzmyers, Production Supervisor of The Muny share with our listeners a bit of what goes into putting on a large outdoor production and what we can look forward to during their upcoming 99th season.
Guest Tom Townsend, President and Co-Founder of Pianos for People, tells about the events that led to the founding of this organization and shares the details of its mission to bring music into every home.
Guest Sally Van Doren, poet, discusses and reads an excerpt from her forthcoming book "Promise". More poetry and details can be found at her website.
Guest Felicia Shaw, Executive Director of the Regional Arts Commission, explains how RAC takes pennies from travelers and turns them into millions for local arts.
Guest Sabine Eckmann, Director & Chief Curator of the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, sheds light on the history of the museum and how it came to have one of the strongest collections art of any University.
Guest Matthew Henry, founder of SpecDrum, shares the details of this new organization that seeks to bring students a greater understanding of the world by teaching them to play world music while learning it's culture.
Guest Terry Barber, Founder of Artists For A Cause, talks about his group and how it works to help artists connect with the community in a meaningful way.
Guest Doug Auer, Co-Founder of Third Degree Glass Factory, divulges the history of this area hub for glass artists and details the many varied roles they play in the glass community.
Guest Petruda Lipan, Director of Museums and Galleries at Saint Louis University Museum of Art, details the history of the venues under her charge and shares her observations of the many ways art has improved St. Louis over the years.
Guest Hannah Klemm, Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the St. Louis Art Museum, uses her expertise in Post War German art to better highlight the Museum's deep collection.
Guest Duane Reed, owner/director of Duane Reed Gallery, details his latest exhibition and shares his thoughts on the vibrant local gallery scene.
Guest Lisa Cakmak, Assistant Curator of Ancient Art at the St. Louis Art Museum, discusses highlights of the museum's ancient art collection including a few creepy surprises perfect for the Halloween season!
Guest Scott Miller, Artistic Director of New Line Theatre, discusses alternative theater and why St. Louis is ideal for ambitious productions.
Guest Chris Peimann, Director of Marketing & Publicity for the Sheldon, shares the secrets of this amazing venue. Spoiler alert: It's more than just a concert hall!
Guest Jan Albus, CEO & Executive Producer of Variety's Children's Theatre, discusses her organization's role in making the performing arts accessible to young performers with disabilities.
Guest Jeff Lea, Public Relations Manager and Program Coodinator for Lambert's Art & Culture Program, shares information about the various artworks that the program has brought to the airport. He also details the upcoming Art of Travel event where the spirit of the '20's will be returning for the evening.
Guest Yvonne Osei, transmedial artist, shares details about her creations in a broad variety of mediums and her work with the St. Louis Art Museum as their current Romare Bearden Fellow.
Guest Skye Lacerte, curator of the Modern Graphic History Library, shares some secrets from the stacks including how ephemera from a forgotten era is preserved for the digital age.
Guest Niyi Coker, writer & director of Mama Africa the Musical, shares stories of Miriam Makeba (whose life was the subject of the play) and anecdotes from his own adventures professoring both in the U.S. and abroad.