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2727 S. 12th St. St. Louis, MO 63118 | St. Louis - Clayton | 314-771-8230
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Our mission is to cultivate and inspire art audiences in St. Louis by exhibiting emerging and established artists. Through exhibitions, concerts, film, and special performances, we expand the experience of art in our City. We recognize diverse functions and meanings of art and provide a forum for creative expression.

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