Now in its eleventh year, Open Studios STL features more than 170 St. Louis-based artists who open their studios and art spaces to the public over the course of one weekend. Studios and gallery spaces are open Saturday and Sunday, October 8 and 9, 2016, 10:00 am–5:00 pm, with locations east of Grand Blvd. open on Saturday and locations west of Grand Blvd. open on Sunday. In addition, CAM is organizing a variety of guided walking and biking tours.
The Open Studios STL mobile website—openstudios-stl.org—will provide a complete list of participating artists and events as well as a searchable map. This new digital format allows us to include an even wider array of artists and offers the chance to continue to connect with them throughout the year.
Stop by to see my latest paintings, my studio and have a glass of wine!
Check out live glassblowing demonstrations: Watch our professional artists transform 2000 degree glass into a beautiful work of art for your garden!
Glass art activities: Work in our studios to make your own paperweight, flameworked glass beads, fused glass jewelry or nightlight! ($35) Featured project: fused glass garden stakes.
East Gallery presents “Birds at Third Degree” by Jeff Kapfer: a St. Louis favorite, Kapfer captivates art lovers with his bright and springy contemporary depictions of our feathered friends.
When: Friday, May 20, 2016, 6:00p – 10:00p
THIRD DEGREE GLASS FACTORY 5200 DELMAR BOULEVARD | ST. LOUIS, MO 63108 | (314) 367-4527 | INFO@STLGLASS.COM
Wall Ball is a live art extravaganza highlighting the creative process of dozens of top artists in the St. Louis area. While the featured artists create their works live, patrons bid on the works in-progress in a unique silent auction format, all while enjoying a dazzling party!
All proceeds from Wall Ball support Artscope’s mission to “provide a safe and educational environment for children to explore the Arts and to strengthen ties within the St. Louis community.” Artscope provides creativity camps and art classes for children in a historic cottage castle inside Tower Grove Park.
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