Green Door Art Gallery, 21 N. Gore Ave. in Webster Groves, recently opened a new guest artist exhibit featuring participants of the St. Louis Arc’s “Artist In You” program. St. Louis Arc serves more than 4,000 children, teens, and adults with autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome, intelle…

You know Will Frank. He’s the guy who’s been writing this column the past two years. Today we turn the tables and feature him in this space. He’s an accomplished artist in his own right, and he has some interesting ideas on our personal relationships to art.

“Buy Art ... It’s the Law” is one of my favorite bumper stickers. It puts art appreciation right up there with other social responsibilities like fastening your seatbelt. It serves up, with a chuckle, the notion that art matters.

Our local community teems with cultural riches—thriving theatre programs, free sculpture parks, historic buildings, talented artists and makers. There’s no doubt that arts and design are important around here. After two years, “The Art Scrawl” has only scratched the surface.

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After a record number of entries, married couple Jason Hoeing and Cary Horton of Shrewsbury and the first ever husband and wife to each be selected as winners of the MetroScapes arts program. St. Louisans will soon find the couple’s work displayed on up to 100 MetroBus shelters throughout th…

Even those who know a fair amount about the history of St. Louis might be surprised to learn of the important role the city played in the development of the automobile industry. “They Will Run: The Golden Age of the Automobile in St. Louis” by Molly Butterworth and Tom Eyssell introduces rea…

Even if you haven’t been by the corner of Taylor and Monroe avenues in Kirkwood, you know what a temporary construction zone fence looks like – chain link, covered in a blue net that becomes more and more tattered as the project advances.

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“The Gentlemen” is a knockdown, drag-out, chin up, dark comedy that will have you laughing, cringing and cheering throughout this unabashed journey.

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The acclaimed but strange animated film, “I Lost My Body,” has expert visuals and an oddly fascinating story.