Sun - Nov 23
  Currently on View
Atua: Sacred Gods from Polynesia
October 12, 2014-January 4, 2015
Main Exhibition Galleries

Brett Weston: Photographs
June 20–December 7, 2014
Gallery 321

Facets of the Three Jewels: Tibetan Buddhist Art from the Collections of George E. Hibbard and the Saint Louis Art Museum
July 4, 2014–February 22, 2015
Gallery 100

Calligraphy in Chinese and Japanese Art
September 12, 2014—February 22, 2015
Gallery 225

Currents 109: Nick Cave
October 31, 2014–March 8, 2015
Galleries 102, 249, 250, and 301

Scenic Wonder: An Early American Journey down the Hudson River
November 21, 2014-April 5, 2015
Gallery 234

Nicholas Nixon: 40 Years of the Brown Sisters
November 21, 2014-April 5, 2015
Gallery 235
Sun - Nov 23
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  Family Sundays
Island Hopping
Every Sunday in November, plus Friday, November 28, and Saturday, November 29
1:00–4:00 pm. Free.Meet in Gallery 216. Free.

Set sail with Family Sundays in November! Each week will include island-inspired art projects and a water-themed tour of the permanent collection. The month concludes on November 30 with an energetic and interactive performance of authentic Polynesian dance and music (in The Farrell Auditorium, 2:00 pm).

Island-hopping Family Programs also take place on the Friday and Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend, November 28 & 29. November 29th's program includes a free screening of the film Lilo and Stitch at 2:00 pm in The Farrell Auditorium.
Sun - Nov 23
1:30 PM
  Atua Tour
1:30 pm; Tickets to the exhibition are Required
Meet at the East Building exhibition Entrance

From November 1,2014 through January 3, 2015 the daily collection tours on Saturdays and Sundays will be a docent led tour through Atua: Sacred Gods from Polynesia. Tours depart from the East Building Information Center in the East Building near the exhibition entrance and last approximately 90 minutes. Groups of 10 or more should book a separate tour of the exhibition. Tickets are required.

To learn about other events taking place at the Museum, visit the Calendar, This Week at the Museum, or our Program Guide.