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"The Hats of Stephen Jones" presents a selection of eight hats designed by contemporary British milliner Stephen Jones.
Artist Shimon Attie creates site-specific, multimedia works that shine a light on what has been lost, buried, or forgotten. His installations incorporate a range of new media techniques, including projections, photography, and video, to expose the layers of history that construct our world.
The mission of Gallery Zeke is to introduce contemporary art exhibits which stimulate awareness of visual and performing art disciplines in our community.
The Missouri Botanical Garden will play host to floral glass artist Craig Mitchell Smith this summer during its Garden of Glass event.
Crossin’ Over takes a look at songs of faith, spirituals and gospel music from its roots in Africa, through the middle passage, slavery, northern migration, the Civil Rights Movement and into contemporary gospel music today,” Himes said. “At the same time, we trace the crossing over in cultures as well as styles of music and their relationship to the African-American experience.”
Craig Mitchell Smith is among the most celebrated outdoor installation artists. As a world renowned glass artist specializing in glass flowers, Craig Mitchell Smith has been setting attendance and membership records since his first public garden exhibit in 2009.
Because Gypsy Caravan is a nationally recognized fair, vendors come from a number of states and offer everything from trinkets to treasures, birdhouses, to bureaus. It’s an incredible selection of antiques, collectibles, jewelry, furniture, fashions, crafts and much more.
cruise through the Illinois countryside and enjoy fresh pizza afterwards with fellow cyclists in a picturesque town park.
With 32 classes and over 400 cars registered, there will be a lot to see!