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ARTful Happenings February 2015

NEW EXHIBITS

Through March 2015
TIMOTHY WAGNER: CITY SCAPES
Maryland Height Government Center, 11911 Dorsett Road; for info, visit www.tewagner.com.

Through May 10
REGINA DeLUISE
VAST BHUTAN: IMAGES FROM THE PHENOMENAL WORLD
MOCRA, on St.Louis University campus at 221 N. Grand; for info, call 314-977-7170 or visit http://www.slu.edu/x99722.xml.

February 6
MARCO BRAMBILLO: MATERIALIZATION/DE-MATERIALIZATION
Opening reception, 5-9 p.m.; Spanish language tour, 6:30 p.m.; Contemporary Art Museum, 3750 Washington; for info, visit www.camstl.org.

February 6-May
A WORLD OF MUSIC: INSTRUMENTS FROM AFRICA, ASIA & LATIN AMERICA (Through Jan. 2, 2016)
WALLACE HERNDON SMITH (through May 30)
MARIO ALGAZE PHOTOGRAPHY: A RESPECT FOR LIGHT (through May 9)
Opening reception, 6-9 p.m.; Sheldon Art Galleries, 3648 Washington; for info, visit www.TheSheldon.org

February 6-28
PERCEPTION ISN’T ALWAYS REALITY
St. Louis Story Stitchers Artist Collective; Kranzberg Arts Center, 501 N. Grand; for info, call : 314-533-0367 or visit www.kranzbergartscenter.org.

February 7-September 20
THOMAS COLE’S VOYAGE OF LIFE
Gallery 336, St. Louis Art Museum; for info, visit www.slam.org.

February 20-March 28
NORA OTHIC
Opening reception, 6-9 p.m.; Cathy Gregory Gallery, 2000 S. 39th Street; for info, call 314-773-3935 or visit www.cathygregory.com.

February 20-April 3
CONTEMPORARY WOMEN ARTISTS XVII: REIMAGINING FEMMAGE
Women’s Caucus for Art- St, Louis Chapter; opening reception, 6-8 p.m.;
Foundry Art Centre, 520 North Main in St. Charles; for info, visit www.foundryartcentre.org.

February 22-May 17
NAVIGATING THE WEST: GEORGE CALEB BINGHAM & THE RIVER
Main Galleries, St. Louis Art Museum; for info, visit www.slam.org.

FUN THINGS TO DO

February 6
FIRST FRIDAY IN GRAND CENTER
Open galleries, museums, more; free shuttle; 5-9 p.m.; for info, visit www.grandcenter.org.

February 6-7
CONTINUING THE LEGACY
Written and directed by COCA alumnus Christopher Page; dance as a vehicle to take audience members through black history, from slavery to the jazz era, through the civil rights movement, to modern times; COCA, 524 Trinity; for info, visit www.cocastl.org.

February 8
TODD WILSON INTERNATIONAL ORGAN CONCERT
Presented by Cathedral Concerts; St. Louis Cathedral Basilica, 4431 Lindell; for info, call 314-533-7226 or visit www.cathedralconcerts.org.

February 10
COFFEE CONCERT: ST. LOUIS STOMPERS
Coffee at 9, concert at 10 a.m.; Sheldon Concert Hall, 3648 Washington; for info, call 314-534-1111 or visit www.TheSheldon.org.

February 11
WHISKEY: FINDING YOUR FAVORITE
Presented by MindFest; 7-8:30 p.m.; The Novel Neighbor. 7905 Big Bend; $25; for info, visit www.mindfeststl.com.

February 11
MARDI GRAS ZYDECO DANCE
Music by Boudin Brothers; lessons at 7:30, dancing to live music 8:15-10 p.m. ; $10 admission;n Focal Point, 2720 Sutton in Maplewood; for info, call 314=822-0310 or visit www.dancindonna.com/Cajun.

February 13-14
LOVE IS IN THE AIR
Presented by Ballet St. Louis; Touhill Performing Arts Center; for info, visit www.stlouisballet.org.

February 13-14
VALENTINE’S DAY with ERIN BODE
Presented by Jazz St. Louis; Jazz at the Bistro on Washington in Grand Center; for info, call 314-571-6000 or visit www.jazzstl.org.

February 14
CELEBRATING THE DIVING FEMININE
Gitana Productions presents a special Valentine’s Day concert and chocolates-&-champagne reception; 8 p.m.; Ethical Society, 9001 Clayton; for info, call 314-721-6556 or visit www.gitana-inc.org.

February 18-21
JEFF LORBER FUSION
Featuring Jimmy Haslip & Eric Marienthal; presented by Jazz St. Louis; Jazz at the Bistro on Washington in Grand Center; for info, call 314-571-6000 or visit www.jazzstl.org.

February 18-27
SLIGHTLY ASKEW THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS “OR”
8 p.m.; The Chapel, 6238 Alexander Drive; for info, call 314-827-5760 or visit www.slightlyoff.org.

February 19
TASTE OF COCA: HIP-HOP DECONSTRUCTED
Drinks, hors d’oervres and creative experience for adults; 6-7:30 p.m.; 524 Trinity Avenue; for info, call 314-561-4871 or visit www.cocastl.org/annualfund.

February 18
KISS ME WITH 1000 KISSES. GREEK AND ROMAN MYTHOLOGY OF LOVE.
Presented by MindFest; 7-8:30 p.m.; The Novel Neighbor. 7905 Big Bend; $20 What did the ancients know about romance? class limited to 20; Advance registration required; www.mindfeststl.com.

February 20
GLASSQUERADE
Lots of activities and demos; live music by Salt of the Earth; Third Degree Glass Factory, 5200 Delmar; for info, call 314-367-4527 or visit www.stlglass.com.

February 21-March 14
EMERSON FREE SATURDAY STUDIOS
A free, multi-week art experience thanks to a generous grant from Emerson Electric; Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design in Grand Center, 501 N. Grand; to register, call 314-534-7528 or visit www.craftalliance.org.

February 21-22
WALKING THE TIGHTROPE: 24th STREET THEATRE
Recommended for ages 7 and up; COCA, 524 Trinity Avenue; for ticket info, call 314-725-6555 or visit www.cocastl.org.

February 22
FROM BACH TO ROCK TO HIP HOP
Project Trio with St. Louis Symphony Orchestra; at Powell Hall; 3 p.m.; for info, visit www.slam.org.

February 23
SUSAN SHERMAN DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER: FRANKLIN SIRMANS
Artistic director of Prospect.3 New Orleans; 7 p.m.; Contemporary Art Museum, 3750 Washington; for info, visit www.camstl.org.

February 27-28
ASPEN SANTE FE BALLET
Presented by Dance St. Louis; Touhill Performing Arts Center on UMSL campus; for info, visit www.dancestl.org.

Saturday, Feburary 28
ART OF THE RURAL
Contemporary Art Museum’s new program series of in-depth conversations with experts; 1 p.m.; 3750 Washington; for info, visit www.camstl.org.

February 28
GATEWAY MENS’ CHORUS TRIVIA NIGHT
Doors open at 6; begins at 7 p.m.; 560 Music Center; to reserve a table, call 314-289-4169 or visit www.gmcstl.org.

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