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Poster for "Into the Third Dimension", a fine arts exhibit
The Fontbonne University Department of Fine Arts presents “Into the Third Dimension,” a free exhibition showcasing the work of 3D artists working in higher education. Pieces from professors and instructors from regional community colleges such as St. Louis Community College, St. Charles Community College, Jefferson College, Lewis & Clark Community College and Southwestern Illinois College...
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Abrar Hamoh Thesis Show
Fontbonne University Department of Fine Arts presents the work of its undergraduate-senior and master’s-level artists at a special fine arts exhibition, Nov. 30 – Dec. 15 at the university’s Gallery of Art, Fine Arts Building (6800 Wydown Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63105). Thesis works from Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts and Master of...
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A holiday favorite returns to Mustard Seed Theatre this year. “All Is Calm,” the award-winning acapella musical, is a joyous and heart-breaking production that tells the stories of soldiers who defied their commanders during WWI to initiate a night of peace on the battlefield. The 2018 cast includes Anthony Heinemann, Sean Michael, Michael Lowe, Jeffrey...
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Fontbonne University is hosting a gallery exhibit to showcase still life paintings created by university alumna Carol Stewart. The exhibit runs Oct. 5 through Nov. 2 at Fontbonne’s Fine Arts Gallery in the Fine Arts Building, 6800 Wydown Blvd. It opens Oct. 5 with a free reception featuring an open bar with beer and wine,...
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Saint Louis Cathedral Concerts, a nonprofit that brings sacred and classical music to St. Louis from world-class musicians, will kick off its sixth annual Chamber Series in Fontbonne University’s Doerr Chapel on Tuesday, Sept. 18. The 2018 season, sponsored by Fontbonne, will continue through Tuesday, Oct. 16. All concerts are free to the public and...
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Stop by the Fontbonne University Fine Arts Gallery to enjoy a new show this spring, featuring the mixed media work of eight artists in a group exhibition. The show runs through June 15. The gallery is open Monday – Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m., and Friday, 9 a.m. – noon. The artists: Timothy Wagner...
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In Mustard Seed Theatre’s latest production, “As It Is in Heaven,” the tranquility of women living in an 1830’s Shaker community in Kentucky is threatened by the arrival of newcomers claiming to see angels. A revival of spirituality sparks division among the nine characters who strive to live in peace and harmony. The production includes...
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Andrew Brandmeyer graduated from Fontbonne in 2011 with a Master of Fine Arts. This spring, the painter returns to his alma mater for a solo exhibit: “Portraits” features some of his latest work. “Andrew is best known for work revolving around our man-made environment, the people in it and the issues taking place in the...
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The exhibits scheduled throughout spring 2018 in the Fontbonne University Fine Arts Gallery will feature visiting artists, including a Fontbonne alumnus, as well as student work. The Gallery will open in mid-January with a show featuring the work of Fred Nelson, a painter with roots in St. Louis who has exhibited both nationally and internationally....
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In a desolate future, a family unwraps presents from the past. First produced by Mustard Seed Theatre 10 years ago, “Remnant,” a play by Ron Reed, tells a post-apocalyptic story in which customs like “Christmas” are mysterious and challenging. The cast of five includes Adam Flores, Marissa Grice, Michelle Hand, Katy Keating and Ryan Lawson-Maeske....
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