September 14, 2014

The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center

New to the Grand Center arts district, the Public Media Commons is a unique, open-air media environment designed to stimulate creative thinking. The 9,000-sq.ft. space -- bordered by the Nine Network, St. Louis Public Radio and the Sheldon Concert Hall -- is flanked by two-story-high video walls on two sides and features four interactive touch screens and a performance stage. St. Louis bands Sleepy Kitty and the Reverbs performed at the grand opening on September 13, 2014.

Photos by Theo Welling for the Riverfront Times.

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The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center
The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center
The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center
The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center
The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center
The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center
The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center
The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center
The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center
The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center