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Gain new perspectives on art and activities around the Museum.

From deep dives to behind the scenes, learn more about the Museum and the collection.

David Drake, American, c.1801–after 1870; Jar, June 6, 1857; alkaline-glazed stoneware; 17 x 15 3/8 x 15 3/8 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Richard Brumbaugh Trust in memory of Richard Irving Brumbaugh and Grace Lischer Brumbaugh, Friends Fund, Marjorie Wyman Endowment Fund, The Lopata Endowment Fund, Mary Elizabeth Rosborough Decorative Arts Fund, and the Margarita M. and Roland E. Jester Endowment Fund for the Decorative Arts 326:2020

Oliver Lee Jackson

Learn more about the current exhibition Oliver Lee Jackson, on view through February 20, 2022.

Oliver Lee Jackson, American, born 1935; Alchemy, 1977; oil and enamel on canvas; 113 1/2 x 111 inches; Collection of Donald M. Suggs 2008.80; © Oliver Lee Jackson

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Slow Art

Relax, practice mindfulness, and discover the joy of looking slowly at art through brief guided looking experiences.

Kanō Kōi, Japanese, 1564/69–1636; Pheasant and Pine, c.1626; six-panel folding screen; ink, color, and gold on paper; 67 in. x 12 ft. 5 5/8 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Funds given by Mary and Oliver Langenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Liddy, and Susan and David Mesker 105:2002 Computer: Mac G5

Art Speaks

Insightful and engaging conversations with curators, artists, educators, and other experts about art from a variety of viewpoints.

Kerry James Marshall, American, born 1955; Watts 1963, 1995; acrylic and collage on canvas; 115 3/8 x 135 7/8 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Museum Minority Artists Purchase Fund 190:1995; © Kerry James Marshall, Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York

Art Quest

Join Saint Louis Art Museum educators on an adventure to explore art from around the globe, learn about how and why artists create, and make some art of your own.

Yoruba artist, Nigeria; Wrapper (adire eleko), mid-20th century; indigo-dyed cotton; 65 x 79 1/2 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Gift of William C. Siegmann 1165:2010
Yoruba artist, Nigeria; Wrapper (adire eleko), mid-20th century; indigo-dyed cotton; 65 x 79 1/2 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Gift of William C. Siegmann 1165:2010

Lectures, Artist Talks, and Panel Conversations

Esteemed artists, curators, and scholars spoke on art, culture, and other aspects of the Museum’s collections and exhibitions.

Angelica Kauffmann, Swiss, 1741–1807; Woman in Turkish Dress, 1767; oil on canvas; 24 1/2 × 19 1/2 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Funds given by Dr. E. Robert and Carol Sue Schultz 704:2018

Wee Wednesdays

Learn, explore, create and grow as you discover new ways of interacting with art during the Museum’s program for its youngest visitors, with time for storytelling, looking at art, and art making.

Diego Rivera, Mexican, 1886–1957; Group at Market, 1935; watercolor and brush and ink on canvas; 16 x 23 1/2 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Museum Purchase 28:1935; © 2013 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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Audio Guides

Listen to audio guides for current and past exhibitions. All guides are accessible on any device with a web browser.

SLAM Audio Guides