The Pulitzer Arts Foundation’s latest exhibition is on view starting this Friday, March 4th, through July 31st! Assembly Required features nine artists and collectives whose work invites your active participation. You may build, shape, and use these artworks collaboratively or on your own. The artists were selected based on a shared belief that public action is vital for transforming society. The Museum is open to the public Thursday – Sunday. 🖼️

New Line Theatre invites you to their latest production, Head Over Heels, with shows now through March 26th at the Marcelle. This wild, subversive love story is set to the music of the iconic 1980’s all-girl rock band, The Go-Go’s, and follows a royal family on a journey to save their kingdom from extinction, only to discover the key to their survival lies in their own willingness to change with the times. New Line opened this show in 2020 to rave reviews, but it was shut down halfway through the run due to the pandemic. So they’re back to finish what they started. Learn more and purchase tickets here. 🎭

The Sheldon Art Galleries are excited to welcome you to view their TEN new spring exhibitions. Immerse yourself in a diverse range of art devoted to photography, music and sound, St. Louis artists and collections, children’s art, and more! The Gallery opens this Friday, and runs through May 7th. 🎨

Karlovsky & Company Dance invite you to INTERWOVEN II on March 25th & 26th at the Grandel Theatre. INTERWOVEN II is a redesigned stage production from the 2021 digital premiere incorporating new and adapted choreography and sound. This evening-length work brings choreographic nature-inspired/environmental landscapes to life through multifaceted collaboration and integration of contemporary dance-theater, live music, spoken word, and visual art. 💃🏻

The Dark Room at The Grandel invites you to one of their various scheduled shows throughout March, including performances by Cheri Evans, Da’Briel, and The Lady J Huston Show. Learn more and buy tickets here. 🎵

Throughout March, artists such as Connie Han, Catherine Russell, and Tonina will take the stage at Jazz St. Louis and fill the room with the beautiful sounds and rhythms that connect us all. Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test is required to attend. A full lineup can be found here. 🎺

Sophie’s Artist Lounge invites you to enjoy their lineup of resident DJs! Every Wednesday through Saturday, you can enjoy music, craft cocktails, and art at this newly re-opened immersive art lounge. Open Wednesday- Saturday from 5:00pm- 1:30am with DJ’s from 9:00pm- 1:00am. 🎧

You can now enjoy Blueprint Coffee located inside the High Low every day of the week! Blueprint will now be open 7 days a week, 8am to 3pm. Stop in for a refreshing shrub, like the grapefruit one pictured above, or you can view all of the Blueprint coffee and pastries here. 

Did you know Commonwealth located inside the Angad Arts Hotel is open every day for brunch? Stop by between 7am -11am for the breakfast you deserve complete with biscuits and gravy, omelets, and more. While you’re there, stop by the First Floor Gallery to see the later exhibition RE-PLAY featuring works by Dave Ruggeri and Brandon Chavis. ☀️

Spring is here! Which means it’s a great time to get outside and learn more about St. Louis’ Arts District! 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! 🌳

The International Photography Hall of Fame has multiple online and in-person classes available for all experience levels. Would you rather leave the photography to the experts? Stop by and view the Hall of Fame Induction and Awards Exhibition featuring photographic masterworks from the esteemed photographers comprising the 2022 class of Hall of Fame Inductees and Awardees on view now through March 19th. Open Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 4pm. Masks required 📷