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Although Open Studios has now become an accepted tradition here at CAM, it is instructive to consider how singular and unique a phenomenon it is in the larger context of national and international contemporary art institutions. Museums...Show More Summary
Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! Oooohh baah Ooooooh hbaah! Bah-gawk! Bizarre sounds echoed through the courtyard at the Pulitzer recently during our latest staff event—a team building session led by Agnes Wilcox, artistic director at Prison Performing Arts and assisted by Karen Werner. Show More Summary
The staff of the Pulitzer has been considering and testing different ways to expand the use of the unique space represented by the Ando building. One interesting venture that was recently tested by the staff is the holding of drawing...Show More Summary
Autobiography of Red, the popular novel in verse by Anne Carson, is based on an ancient Greek myth. The myth goes that Herakles slays the red monster Geryon and steals Geryon’s gold cattle. Carson brilliantly retells it as a contemporary queer love story in which Herakles and Geryon are bad lovers. Show More Summary
The first weekend in May, the New Museum in New York hosted its second Ideas City Festival, a biennial event which debuted in 2011 to explore, as the museum explains, “the future of cities around the globe with the belief that arts and...Show More Summary
Last month the Pulitzer staff visited Juan William Chávez at his arts and community garden workshop space in Old North. Juan is an artist well known for his Pruitt-Igoe Bee Sanctuary Project, which Creative Capital recently honored with...Show More Summary
Donald Judd Untitled, 1987 Multicolored enamel and clear enamel on aluminum 30 x 240 x 30 cm Maxine and Stuart Frankel Foundation for Art © Judd Foundation. Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY Pulitzer Chief of Installation Shane Simmons answers a few questions about the installation of DONALD JUDD: THE MULTICOLORED WORKS. 1. What...
The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis and the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts offer hands-on internships for recent high school graduates, college students, and graduate students. Each of the two non-profit arts institutions offers its own unique array of departments to which prospective interns may apply. Show More Summary
Studies consistently show that the heart becomes stronger as a result of exercise. The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts’ recent exhibition, The Progress of Love, demonstrated that this can also be true after a breakup. With strength comes wisdom. And we needn’t look past university professors to see just how often wisdom comes fashioned in tweed.
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Classic Modern: The Art Worlds of Joseph Pulitzer Jr. is a recently published biography of the late husband of Emily Rauh Pulitzer, founder and chair of The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts. As part of her research, the author, Marjorie B. Show More Summary
On March 25, I traveled to Cambridge, Mass. to participate in a workshop on “The Image of the Black in African and Asian Art” at the W.E.B. DuBois Institute for African and African American Research. I presented my preliminary thoughts...Show More Summary
The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts hosted an Un-Valentine’s Day last Thursday, February 14 as part of Sound Waves, an ongoing collaboration with 88.1 KDHX. The Foehners blues duo performed live, eight poets from the Fort Gondo Poetry...Show More Summary
Jeremy Deller, Has the World Changed or Have I Changed?, 2000. Performance, Expo 2000, Hanover, Germany. Courtesy the artist. © Jeremy Deller I first met Jeremy Deller at his studio in London in 2000. It was my last stop in the cityShow More Summary
Banning Eyre, Senior Editor of Afropop Worldwide, a radio program and online magazine dedicated to music from Africa and African Diaspora, visited St. Louis for Sound Waves on Thursday, January 17. He spoke publicly with Chris King, Editorial Director of the St. Show More Summary
RESOURCE brings together information about creative grassroots organizations and artists in St. Louis who work to unite St. Louisans through positive community engagement. Represented here is a remarkable range of innovation from diverse community participants: one organization provides a co-working space for...
A filmed look at the conversation [caption id="attachment_4066" align="alignnone" width="290" caption="photo courtesy of Gina Martinez"][/caption] Event Photos On December 12, Crossing...
By Lola Oladini, Undergraduate in the College of Arts and Scienes at Washington University in St. Louis On Wednesday, November 7th, British-Nigerian film-maker and video artist Zina Saro-Wiwa was invited by the African Students Association of Washington University in St. Show More Summary
We are proud to feature many St. Louis-based artists in the CAM POP shop, many of whom have created CAM exclusives—just in time for the holidays. Amy Thompson presents gorgeous calendars, funky coasters, and unique letterpress games from her company, Paper Boat Studios. Show More Summary
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by Philip Matthews Friday night, October 19 "I can tell people are talking, but I can't tell what they're saying," whispers too loudly the-hard-of-hearing-man to his wife in the row in front of me. We are--about forty of us--in a presentation...Show More Summary