First Friday In Grand Center

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Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis says
Make a night of it! Every first Friday of the month, museums and galleries in Grand Center - St. Louis are free and open until 9:00 pm. Discover the remarkable array of visual arts in St. Louis's premier neighborhood for culture and entertainment.

A full list of museums and galleries included can be found at

Stop by Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis for an exhibition tour at 6:00 pm, music by DJ Crim Dolla Cray at 7:00 pm, and special event StLouisGram presents The Drawing Room from 6:00–9:00 pm. In the courtyard, CAM's Young Friends host a gathering of other young professional groups throughout the city.

Opening at the Kranzberg Arts Center is "Variation & Adaptation" by Artists First St. Louis, a non-profit organization that fosters the growth of artists with disabilities through creative self-expression. “Variation and Adaptation” created by artists Nancy Newman-Rice, Kimber Mallett, Melody Evans and Artists First’s Executive Director Sheila Suderwalla, serves as a way to explore what it means to be different, challenged, and courageous in the fight for acceptance, understanding, and security. Celebrate with complimentary food & drink from The Dark Room at The Grandel (6-9pm).

On display at The Dark Room at The Grandel is The Grandparent's Project, photography exhibition from Jeannie Liautaud which creates a testament to what it means to age and still be vital; to grow old but to remain steadfastly kind, amiable and tenacious.

Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries will celebrate the opening of Vita Eruhimovitz: Un/Virtual, an unprecedented exhibition using a combination of augmented reality and video projection to explore the phenomenon of smart phone and tablet-mediated vision and our relationship to the landscape.
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By: Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

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