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ARTful Happenings May 2019

NEW EXHIBITS

Through May 24
THROUGH HER EYES
Grafica Fine Art, 7884 Big Bend; for info, call 314-961-4020 or visit www.graficafinearts.com.

Through June 30
GARY LOGAN: ELEMENTS
MOCRA on St. Louis U. campus; for info, call 314-977-7170 or visit www.slu.edu/mocra.

Through July 6
NANJING-ST. LOUIS SISTER CITY: A PHOTOGRAPHIC RETROSPECTIVE
International Photography Hall of Fame & Museum, 3415 Olive; for info, visit www.iphf.org.

Through July
RESPECT! THE MOTHER
Works celebrating the earth, motherhood, creative force, & sustainability by artists & members of the community; Thomas Dunn Learning Center, 3113 Gasconade Street; for info, call 314-535-3050 or visit www.tdunn.org.

May 1-June 28
NEW ARRIVALS
Works by over 30 artists; reception May 17, 5-8 p.m.; Green Door Art Gallery, 21 N. Gore; for info, call 314-402-1959 or visit www.greendoorartgallery.com.

May 8-August 16
GREAT RIVERS BIENNIAL
Contemporary Art Museum, 3750 Washington; for info, call 314-535-4660 or visit www.camstl.org.

May 16-June 21
YVETTE DRURY DUBINSKY & VICKY TOMAYKO: STEAMROLLER COLLABORATIVE
TAYLOR YOCOM: NEW MEDIA ROOM
Opening reception, 5-8 p.m.; Bruno David Gallery, 7513 Forsyth; for info, call or visit www.brunodavidgallery.com.

May 17-August 18

LAWRENCE ABU HAMDAN: EARWITNESS THEATRE
PAUL MPAGI SEPUYA

Contemporary Art Museum, 3750 Washington; for info, call 314-535-4660 or visit www.camstl.org.

FUN THINGS TO DO

May 3
BLITHE SPIRIT
Spring play at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood; free; doors open 6:30 p.m., performance at 7 p.m.; 2645 Generations Drive; for info, call 636-422-2241.

May 3-5
TRIUMPHANT
COCA Dance groups; Edison Theatre on Washington University campus; for info, visit www.cocastl.org.

May 4
WORLD’S LARGEST JAZZ DANCE CLASS
Led by Muny choreographer Michael Baxter at Missouri History Museum; $7 per person; check in begins at 7 a.m.; dancing begins at 9 a.m.; to register, visit mohistory.org/world-record.

May 5
2019 CATHEDRAL CONCERTS GALA
Performance by Ken Page; Union Station, 6 p.m.; for ticket info, visit www.cathedralconcerts.org.

May 5
RICHMOND HEIGHTS ART FEST
Arts, music, food, pet-friendly; grassy area at Lindbergh Drive at Big Bend; www.rhartfest.com.

May 9-19
DEATH TAX
Mustard Seed Theatre, 6800 Wydown on Fontbonne U. campus; for info, visit www.metrotix.com.

May 10
ALARM WILL SOUND
Sheldon Concert Hall, 3648 Washington; 8 p.m.; for info, call 314-533-9900 or visit www.thesheldon.org.

May 10-12
SYMPHONIE FANTASTIQUE
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra with Stephane Deneve; 8 p.m., 3 p.m. Sunday; Powell Hall, 718 N. Grand; for info, call 314-534-1700 or visit www.slso.org.

May 10-12
LAUMEIER ART FAIR
Laumeier Sculpture Park, 12580 Rott Road; admission fee; for info, call 314-615-5278 or visit www.laumeier.org.

May 11
OUR WINDOW ON CHINA: A LECTURE WITH JOEL GLASSMAN
The Nanjing-St. Louis Sister City Relationship at 40; 1:30 p.m.; International Photography Hall of Fame & Museum; 3415 Olive; for info, visit www.iphf.org.

May 15
AN EVENING WITH DAVID CROSBY & FRIENDS
8 p.m.; Sheldon Concert Hall, 3648 Washington; for info, call 314-533-9900 or visit www.thesheldon.org.

May 15-June 2
NINA SIMONE: FOUR WOMEN
Presented by The Black Rep at Edison Theatre on Washington University campus; for info, call 314-534-3810 or visit www.theblackrep.org.

May 17-18
GHOSTBUSTERS IN CONCERT
Live score by St. Louis Symphony Orchestra; 7 p.m.; Powell Hall, 718 N. Grand; for info, call 314-534-1700 or visit www.slso.org.

May 17-18
MEN ARE FROM MARS WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS, LIVE
Playhouse at Westport; for info, call 314-534-1111 or visit www.playhouseatwestport.com.

May 19
JOINING FORCES ON STAGE
Wind, brass & percussion of St. Louis Symphony Orchestra team up with military musician from U.S. Air Force Band of Mid-America (Scott AFB) & 399th Army Band (Fort Leonard Wood); 3 p.m.; free; Powell Hall, 718 N. Grand; for info, call 314-534-1700 or visit www.slso.org.

May 22-26
JOHN PIZZARELLI TRIO WITH CATHERINE RUSSELL: BILLIE & BLUE EYES
Jazz St. Louis, 3635Washington; for info, call 314-571-6000 or visit www.jazzstl.org.

May 23, 24, 25
SPRING TO DANCE FESTIVAL
Presented annually by Dance St. Louis; Touhill Performing Arts Center on UMSL campus; for info, call 314-516-4949 or visit www.dancestl.org.

May 25, 31, June 6, 8, 12, 19, 29
THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO
Presented by Opera St. Louis at Loretto-Hilton Theatre, 130 Edgar Road; for info, visit www.opera-stl.org.

May 29
WHITAKER MUSIC FESTIVAL : OLD SOULS REVIVAL
7 p.m.; free; Missouri Botanical Garden; 4344 Shaw; for info, call 314-577-5700 or visit www.mobot.org.

May 31-June 23
SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL ST. LOUIS: LOVE’S LABORS LOST
Outdoor performance nightly, except Mondays, at 8 p.m.; free; Shakespeare Glen in Forest Park; for info, call 314-531-9800 or visit www.sfstl.org.

May 31-June 30
THE BOY FROM OZ
Presented by Stages St. Louis; 1023 Chesterfield Parkway East; for info, call 314-821-2407 or visit www.stagesstlouis.org.

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