The weather is perfect for getting out and exploring the newest exhibition at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation.⁠ “Chloë Bass: Wayfinding” is open to the public daily from sunrise to sunset. This outdoor installation is located across Park-Like, Washington Ave, and the tree grove behind the Pulitzer. Learn more and plan your visit here. ⁠ ✨

On Saturday, May 22nd, bring the whole family to enjoy a morning of crafts, snacks, and performances on the Steward Family Plaza on the west side of The Sheldon. Festivities kick off at 10am. Family-friendly singer-songwriter Celia, and Nationally-recognized storyteller Bobby Norfolk will perform. This event is free, but registration is required. Capacity is limited, and masks are required. Social-distancing measures will also be in place. Learn more and register here. 🖌️

Circus Flora is BACK! Their upcoming show “The St. Lou Revue” will take place June 4th-6th and will feature unique performances from many of St. Louis’ best acts.  Come out and see what these incredible artists have been  practicing and perfecting while in isolation, just waiting for the day they can get back in front of you, the live audience! Purchase your tickets today! 🎪

Tickets are available to experience the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra LIVE from Powell Hall! SLSO will perform Peter and the Wolf May 7th – May 9th. Social distancing will be in place, and masks are required for all. Virtual more your thing? They have digital performances all month long. View the full calendar here.  🎵

The Kranzberg Arts Foundation invites you to experience Wednesday Night Jazz Jam! This free and family-friendly event brings jazz within reach for people of all ages and backgrounds. The Jazz Jam takes place live under the Open Air tent outside The Grandel, every Wednesday. Gather your family, mask up, and enjoy local music from 6–9pm. 🎷

The Contemporary Art Museum invites you to listen to Radio Resistance, a major component of their new exhibition Stories of Resistance.  Radio Resistance assembles the voices of intersecting local and global agents of change. Artists featured in the exhibition are paired with figures from the past, present, and future of St. Louis, coming together to transmit messages of dissent. Eleven episodes will be released over the course of the exhibition, and selections of Radio Resistance will be broadcast on St. Louis on the Air, and you can hear full episodes biweekly in a listening station at CAM, and on Apple PodcastsSpotify, and Stitcher. 🎙️

Patio season is among us, and luckily Grand Center Arts District has plenty of outdoor dining options for you to enjoy this season. ☀️ From rooftop views to patios and fresh brews, we have something for everyone to enjoy! View a full roundup of open Grand Center restaurants with outdoor dining here. 🍻

Restaurant Highlight: The Best Steak House has your dinner plans covered! This Grand Center staple, famous for its burgers, chops, chicken, and, of course, steak, is open for dine-in and carry-out orders! They don’t call it the best for nothing! View their menu here.🥩

Several Grand Center dance troupes are offering in-studio and virtual classes so you can enjoy a unique workout, explore a new hobby, or just have fun with your partner. Check out the offerings of The Big Muddy Dance Co.Ashleyliane Dance Co.Consuming Kinetics, and Karlovsky & Company Dance. 💃

The weather is begging for you to get outside and explore! Grand Center has numerous public art installations throughout the District for you to experience and discover. To help you get started, we have put together a self-guided walking/riding/driving tour of many of the Districts’ installations of sculptures and murals. View a list of must-see pieces and start exploring today! 📍