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Sunken Cities: Egypt's Lost Worlds

Art Review

by Dickson Beall
The two historically known Egyptian cities of Thonis-Heracleion and Canopus had vanished and were nearly forgotten. Due to natural disasters, rising waters, earthquakes and floods, the cities were submerged into Aboukir Bay, about 800 AD.

Artist Tim Youd Retypes St. Louis

by Dickson Beall
Tim Youd is a visual and performing artist who lives in Los Angeles and retypes the creative works of authors from all over the place. While in St. Louis, he is focused on authors with St. Louis connections — T.S. Eliot, Stanley Elkin, Marianne Moore and William S. Burroughs.

A Few Fresh Ideas From St. Louis Dance Companies

Saint Louis Ballet, MADCO and Dance St. Louis think outside the box in 2018

by Regina Popper
Two local dance companies are trying something new and an ongoing venture by Dance St. Louis continues to pay off.

"Bud, Not Buddy"

Metro Theater, Jazz St. Louis collaboration through Feb. 25 at the Grandel Theatre

Metro Theater Company and Jazz St. Louis present "Bud, Not Buddy," through Feb. 25, at the Grandel Theatre, 3610 Grandel Square.

Gallery At University City Library Seeks Submissions For 2018-2019 Season

The Gallery of the University City Public Library is seeking applicants for juried shows in its 37th season. The season begins in July and continues through June 2019.

St. Louis Teen Talent Competition

The Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation's 8th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition kicks off Feb. 17-18

Big Muddy Dance Co.'s "Screenshots" & "Love Stories" from Saint Louis Ballet

by Regina Popper
Dance companies are creatively linking their programs to new themes or topics for exploration. Big Muddy Dance Company, a St. Louis-based contemporary repertory troupe, is now in its seventh season.

Timely Exhibits Address Critical Issues

by Dickson Beall
On the day when artist Kehinde Wiley came to the Saint Louis Art Museum to discuss the museum's coming exhibition of his work, he was understandably excited.

Sci-Fi/Fantasy Short Film Contest Accepting Entries

Cinema St. Louis and the Saint Louis Science Center are excited to announce the first edition of a science fiction and fantasy short film contest an opportunity for regional filmmakers to let their imaginations shine.

An Exploration Of Technology & Engineering

"Thomas Struth: Nature and Politics" through Jan. 21, 2018, at the Saint Louis Art Museum

by Dickson Beall
Big, bewildering and beckoning: Those are three primary reasons to go and be challenged by "Nature and Politics," the current exhibition at the St. Louis Art Museum.
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