Art and Fine Art
Arts Organizations, Galleries
Art Dimensions Saint Louis
Spice up your next event by including an ArtDimensions Live Art Experience, which features live artist(s) starting & finishing a piece live at your event.
Art St. Louis
Focused on regional artists Art Saint Louis is a visual arts organization that creates exhibitions, support and growth opportunities for emerging and established contemporary artists.
Arts and Education Council
Founded in 1963, the Arts and Education Council is unique in that it is the only privately funded arts umbrella organization, whose geographic reach benefits the 16 county bi-state area of St. Louis. Together, we can keep art happening.
COCA (Center of Creative Arts) has been providing meaningful arts experiences to St. Louisans and their families for two decades. COCA has become the largest multidisciplinary arts institution and one of the most valuable community assets in the St. Louis metropolitan area. We are very proud to have been recognized by the community as "Best Arts Organization" in St. Louis by the Riverfront Times.
Community Arts & Movement Project
The Community, Arts, and Movement Project exists to empower creative expression, celebrate interconnection, and promote healthy living in order to nourish a sustainable Cherokee neighborhood, and beyond!
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis is one of the leading voices in the world of contemporary art. The Contemporary is dedicated to exhibiting the visual arts and artists of our time and to producing nationally recognized education programs.
Established in 1964, Craft Alliance provides inspiration and education in contemporary craft to a national community of artists, collectors, students and the art-viewing public.
Florissant Fine Arts
The FFAC is a non-profit organization whose membership includes professionals, volunteers, and culturally astute individuals from all walks of life. For 35 years, the FFAC has fostered and promoted cultural and educational activities by sponsoring performances of music, dance, theatre, and art gallery exhibits.
Lemp Neighborhood Art Center
The Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center is a non-profit project which aims to encourage and support intellectual, creative and emotional growth of young people in the greater St. Louis Area, especially those who are already engaged in the creative arts. While doing so, we also support independent artists and musicians at an international level. The main focus of the center is a performance space which doubles as an art gallery, having gained international recognition as a destination for non-commercial musicians and artists.
Mad Art Gallery
Mad Art Gallery is housed in the former Third District Police Station, a wonderfully renovated example of 1930’s Art Deco architecture in the historic Soulard neighborhood. The gallery is award winning, and without a doubt, St. Louis' most spectacular venue for art exhibitions and unique events. Mad Art boasts 19,000 square feet of terrazzo floors and marble hallways.
Missouri Arts Council
Missouri Arts Council, a state agency and division of the Department of Economic Development, provides over $8 million a year to nonprofit organizations through grants that meet our strategic goals.
Missouri Humanities Council
The Missouri Humanities Council enables families and communities to broaden their appreciation of history, literature, and the ideas that shape our democracy.
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Springboard provides “hands-on” programs and “minds-on” learning for students in the St. Louis region and beyond. We offer resources to stimulate curiosity, motivate creativity and inspire learning by integrating creative experiences in arts and culture into school curricula.
St. Louis ArtWorks
In collaboration with the community, young adults, 14 through 19 years old, are hired for 6 weeks each summer and 12 weeks in the fall and spring to work as apprentices with some of the region's most notable artists.
St. Louis Regional Art Commission
The Regional Arts Commission was founded in 1985 to promote, encourage, and foster the arts and cultural institutions in St. Louis City and County and to contribute to the economic development of the area through a strong presence of the arts.
St. Louis for Art Lovers - Explore St. Louis
St. Louis’ artistic flare is on display at museums and galleries of all sizes and subject matter.
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