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Sound Waves: Records + Art

Jul 8, 2015
Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Music

Sound Waves: Records + Art

Wednesday - Saturday each week, KDHX DJs and St. Louis record collectors will select records in response to Calder, Tuttle, and Sandback.

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Sound Waves: Records + Art + Sun Bros.

Jul 17, 2015
Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Music

Sound Waves: Records + Art + Sun Bros.

Sun Bros. (Joseph Hess, JJ Hamon, and Sam Clapp) and duo Joseph Hess and Alex Cunningham will perform live improvised music in the Pulitzer galleries.

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Bamboo: Movement for Babies

Aug 14, 2015
Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Music

Bamboo: Movement for Babies

Local studio Urban Breath Yoga will create a movement and sound class for infants up to twelve months, led by instructor Stacy Broussard.

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Richard Shiff on Richard Tuttle's Wire Pieces

Sep 3, 2015
Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Museum and Gallery Exhibits

Richard Shiff on Richard Tuttle's Wire Pieces

Scholar and historian Dr. Richard Shiff will trace the arc of Richard Tuttle's career and discuss how his Wire Piecesconnect to a dynamic body of work that includes drawing, painting, collage, book-making, sculpture and design.

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Chris Kallmyer: Commonfield Clay

Sep 5, 2015
Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Museum and Gallery Exhibits

Chris Kallmyer: Commonfield Clay

Sound and social practice artist Chris Kallmyer will participate in a two-week residency at the Pulitzer in August and September, including a two-day workshop with local creators and a performance on September 5 composed with musician Andrew Tholl.

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Sep 11, 2015
Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Theatre

Grand Center Arts Academy

The Pulitzer will work with faculty and students from Grand Center Arts Academy on a two-week intensive class to create a theatrical movement and a capella voice performance inspired by the works of Alexander Calder, Richard Tuttle, and Fred Sandback.

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Poetry + The Politics of Joy

Sep 12, 2015
Pulitzer Arts Foundation

Poetry + The Politics of Joy

Organized with ongoing collaborator fort gondo compound for the arts, this special closing event brings together poets Cole Swensen, Aaron Kunin, and Ronaldo Wilson, who will read works that address the “politics of joy” in response to the artistic processes and experimentation of Calder, Tuttle, and Sandback.

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