Come join the Saint Louis Jazz Collective to experience the marriage of jazz music and the spoken word. As the band performs, the mic will be open to members of the audience, who can share their own spoken word compositions along side the music. Together, writers and musicians will feel their way through the moods and emotions of the piece, making art in real time!
Join us at Brennan's, the gastronomical and leisure hub of the Central West End, for the second annual Link Auditorium Benefit Dinner. Enjoy four courses handpicked for the event and an optional list of drink pairings which are included. Brennan's will donate all proceeds to the non-profit Link Auditorium at Taylor and Westminster Place to support their effort to promote ideals of civic activism and open expression.
Tickets are available via EventBrite.
Join the Rebel Professor, Brian Elsesser, for a presentation on St. Louis. Lecture starts at 7 p.m. and is FREE to the public.
Join the Rebel Professor, Brian Elsesser, for a presentation on St. Louis during the Civil War. Lecture starts at 7 p.m. and is FREE to the public.
Join us on May 19, 2018 at the Link Auditorium for an evening dedicated to art and artists. Sip wine, beer and/or soda, and enjoy hors d’oeuvres while walking around five artists working live doing a pastel portrait and clay bust of live models, figure drawing and sketching. Dance to (or just enjoy) the music of The Riverside Wanderers.
Tickets are $15 at the door; beer and wine will be available for purchase.
Special thanks to the talented artists who have donated their time and skills:
Mary O’Reilly (pastel portrait)
Justin King (drawing)
Jane Saunders (sculpture, working with model Joyce Phillips)
Phil Jarvis (sketching)
A silent auction will include the completed art works, as well as a work by Zack Smithey.