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May 16, 12:00 pm1:00 pm

High Low
3301 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO United States

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Nicaraguan-American visual artist Quinn Antoniio Briceño discusses his identity and background, as well as how his work reflects his family history and personal experiences. He will share with us some of his individual art pieces and their meaning through a narrated slide show. Quinn Antonio Briceño, a Nicaraguan-American artist in St. Louis, earned his bachelor’s degree in fine art from the San Francisco Art Institute (2017) and a master’s degree from the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Art (2022). Notable achievements include winning the Ann Metzger National Biennial in 2019 and being a finalist for the AXA Art Prize in 2021. He has been featured in publications such as All the Art, Friend of the Artist (Issue 10), St. Louis Magazine, Design St. Louis, and New American Paintings (No. 155, 165, 167). He works and lives in St. Louis and has shown his work locally, regionally, and nationally. Kranzberg Arts Foundation High Noon offers free cultural and artistic programming, during your lunch hour! The High Noon series features St. Louis thought leaders from across the arts, cultural, and educational spectrum. Spend a lunch hour enjoying presentations and performances in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere – take a break, and feel free to bring your lunch! High Noons in the Listening Room at High Low (3301 Washington Avenue) take place every Thursday from 12 to 1pm.

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