Late capitalism, it's like, almost over is the second exhibition in the Sporadic Democracy series.
In Tracing Oblivion, resident artist Lee Hunter will be investigating the environmental, industrial, and social histories of St. Louis.
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Radical Intention and The Luminary presents "Water Co-op Bar" a project for Marfa Dialogues/STL and the Pulitzer Arts Foundation.Read More
FLOAT is a new annual, off-site, short-term gathering that will utilize innovative residency structures to create intensive points of exchange. Each year’s weeklong intensive FLOAT will have a different theme explored in conjunction with a guest artist or curator, and will always involve time spent on a river.Read More
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We are currently on vacation for the month of August. Look out for new content starting in September!Read More
Radical Intention and BJ Vogt's Water Co-op Bar is a mobile, bicycle-powered water station meant to start a conversation about water's value and conservation made expressly for Marfa Dialogues St. Louis.Read More
Apop Records and The Luminary present Fielded with Ou Où and Skull's Mind on Friday, August 29. Tickets are $10 and available at the door only.