Guest Liz Crabtree, Director of the Hettenhausen Center for the Arts at McKendree University, stops by KDHX to detail the history of the center and discuss what the future has in store.
Paul Seibert: Managing Editor of Gesso Magazine, stops by to talk with Nancy about the art scene and the new magazine called Gesso.
Guest Amy Shaw, Interim President and CEO at Nine Network of Public Media, stops by to talk about the importance of branding, public media, and how our area leads the nation in a surprising way.
Stephanie Weissberg: Associate Curator of The Pulitzer Arts Foundation, stops by to speak with Nancy about the happenings at the foundation.
Guest Jessica Baran, Director of Curatorial & Program Development at Barrett Barrera Projects, stops in to discuss her curatorial work, the challenge of exploring fashion as an artistic medium, and poetry.
Cindy Prost: President and CEO of the Arts and Education Council of Greater St. Louis stops by to talk with Nancy about the work of the council.
Guests B.J. Parker, Co-Founding Director and Instructor, & Carolyn Karasek, Student, at Gateway Academy of Classical Art sit down to talk about the rise of popularity of classical arts training, how their organization came about, and how you can be a part of it.
Guest Sharon Hunter, Producing Artistic Director at Moonstone Theatre Company, tells us about her journey through the theater landscape, the origins of the company, and what lies ahead.
Guests Shannon Bailey, Chief Curator of the World Chess Hall of Fame, and fashion designer Michael Drummond stop in to discuss the goings on at the Museum and to share details of the current exhibition.
Guests Stefanie Kirkland, Director of Exhibitions & Artists in Residence Programs at Craft Alliance, and artist Elizabeth Giessow stop by to talk about the many opportunities that Craft Alliance offers for artists of all stripes, including the upcoming Biennial Teapot Exhibition.
Guest Eddie Coffield of the New Jewish Theatre stops by to talk about his new role at the theatre and let listeners know what they can look forward to in the coming months.
Guest Hana Sharif, Artistic Director of Repertory Theatre St. Louis, stops by to discuss what she hopes to accomplish as the theater's newest director and what shows are coming over the horizon.
Guest Jason Lee Brown, Editor in Chief of River Styx Magazine, talks about the history of the publication, what goes into making an interesting live reading, and their upcoming move.
Guest Hannah Klemm, Assistant Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art at the St. Louis Art Museum, stops by to us what exciting shows are coming up at the museum and how St. Louis rates on a national scale as an arts capital.
Guests Susan Barrett, President and Owner, & Kelly Peck, Vice President, of Barrett Barrera Projects stop by to tell us about the goings on at their now 3 locations and how they are working to reinvent the way art is presented in St. Louis.
Guests Anne Murphy, Program Coordinator for Innovations in Textiles 2019, and Robin Hirsch-Steinhoff, Artistic Director of Art St. Louis stop in to talk about the history of Innovations in Textiles and what highlights you can expect at this quadrennial event.
Guest Jan Albus, CEO of Variety and Executive Producer of Variety Theatre, stops in to talk about the work the charity does to help children in the St. Louis region and how their upcoming fundraising event showcases those efforts.
Guest Gene Dobbs Bradford, President & CEO of Jazz St. Louis, stops by to talk about the exciting new happenings and upcoming performances at Jazz at the Bistro.
Paul Emery, President of The Playhouse at Westport Plaza, stops by to talk with Nancy about the Playhouse and about upcoming shows.
Nancy Talks with Jeff Lea, public relations manager for Lambert Airport, about the Art of Travel gala on October 3rd.
Guest Mark Witzling, Executive Director of the Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design, comes by the studio to discuss the differing features and capabilities of both the Delmar and Grand locations and how those differences work toward the Center's overarching mission.
Guest Chris Piemann from The Sheldon stops in to discuss some new things taking place at the music venue and galleries.
Guest Peter Columbatto with the Live at Lindenwood Series sops in to tell about the origin of the event, how it's grown over the years, and what special treats are in store for this year's upcoming edition.