Wee WednesdaysThird Wednesday of each Month:
January 18, February 15, March 15, April 19
; pre-registration is required. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Perfect for pre-kindergarteners and their parents. This hour-long Museum experience allows tots to use their imaginations during a gallery tour, story time, and a hands-on art project.
Registration is open for the following dates:
For March 15 class, registration opens February 17
For April 19 class, registration opens March 17
Thursday, March 2, 11am
Friday, March 3, 6 pm
Nineteenth-Century Women Artists in the American Galleries
Beth Rubin, research assistant, American art
Thursday, March 9, 11 am
Friday, March 10, 6 pm
From Object to Artist: Women in the Collection
Katherine Poole-Jones, associate professor of art history, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Thursday, March 16, 11am
Friday, March 17, 6 pm
Modern European Women in the Arts
Sarah McGavran, senior design associate and art consultant
Thursday, March 23, 11 am
Friday, March 24, 6 pm
The Female Gaze in French Art
Jeanne M. Zarucchi, professor of art history and French, University of Missouri- St. Louis
Working Girls: The Milliners of Nineteenth-Century ParisFriday, March 3, 7pm
The Farrell Auditorium
Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, art historianTickets are free, but seating is limited. Advance tickets recommended.
This program is made possible by the Mary Strauss Women in the Arts Endowment.
If it Wasn't For the Women: Body, Fashion, and ArtSaturday, March 4, 11 am
The Farrell Auditorium
Aviana Brown, Katherine Reynolds, and Lina ViktorTickets are free, but seating is limited. Advance tickets recommended.
Enjoy a panel discussion featuring female artists and scholars as they discuss their creative practices and the intersection of fashion and body in art.
Triptych: A Tour of Modern Paris in Three Parts
March 25, 2017, 9 am–1:30 pm
$20 adults / $10 students
Join Elizabeth C. Childs, Etta and Mark Steinberg Professor of Art History and chair of the Department of Art History & Archaeology in Arts & Sciences; Simon Kelly, curator of modern and contemporary art at the Saint Louis Art Museum; and Tamara Schenkenberg, associate curator at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, on a three-part tour of local exhibitions that explore modern art in Paris. Photographs, fashion, posters, and sculptures capture the nightlife and cultural values of this unique period.
A shuttle will take visitors to each location, departing from the Pulitzer Arts Foundation
at 9 am. The tour begins at the Saint Louis Art Museum with Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade
, then travels to the Kemper Art Museum
for Spectacle and Leisure in Paris: Degas to Mucha
, and culminates at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation
with Medardo Rosso: Experiments in Light and Form
. Lunch with the curators follows.
Participants may register with the Pulitzer Arts Foundation at email@example.com
9 am: Registration at Pulitzer Arts Foundation
9:30–10 am: Saint Louis Art Museum
10:30–11 am: Kemper Art Museum 11:30 am–noon: Pulitzer Arts Foundation
12:15–1:30 pm: Lunch at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation
All events in The Farrell Auditorium, including free events, are ticketed. Tickets are subject to availability. Tickets may be purchased or reserved in person at the Museum's Information Centers or through MetroTix at metrotix.com
or 314.534.1111. All tickets purchased or reserved through MetroTix incur a service charge; the service charge is waived for tickets purchased at the Museum.