Ashleyliane Dance Company

Open Company Ballet Class

Ashleyliane Dance Company would like to invite the public to join us for company ballet every Friday at noon! Our amazing ballet instructor, Morgan Scott Cameron will be leading an hour long class including conditioning, and intermediate level barre and some center exercises.
It is a donation-based class and you can use Venmo or PayPal.

Big Muddy Dance Company

Streaming Dance Classes

The Big Muddy Dance Company is committed to their mission of invigorating life through dance by providing on demand and live dance classes you can do at home! Check out the company’s on demand ballet, jazz, and conditioning classes, or join daily company class with Artistic Director Brian Enos via Zoom. To learn more about company class, please send The Big Muddy a message on Instagram or Facebook. Lastly, in light of rescheduled performances, The Big Muddy has repertory performance videos available online.

Brittany Hill

Yoga & Chill

Thursdays at 6 pm. This virtual yoga class bring together music and movement. Brittany L. Hill, a trauma-informed trained yoga instructor and Reiki practitioner, offers Instagram live yoga classes for all experience levels. Join her in the comfort of your own home for a sonically driven session with an energizing mix of trap, hip-hop, R&B, and more. Follow @itsbrittanylhill for more details; donations accepted through CashApp and Venmo.

Circus Harmony

Quarantraining Classes

Circus Harmony has always been about joy, triumph, and laughter demonstrated through strength, flexibility, and balance! Circus Harmony is about supporting each other and realizing we are all connected. We’ve always taught our students to be creative and resilient. Now is when the spirit of circus is really needed!

We have started presenting Zoom Quarantraining classes online. The classes are free. If you are interested in these classes, please message Circus Harmony so they can explain how to join the classes.

Community Music School of Webster University

Individual Lessons

If you are looking for quality activities as you “Stay in Place” the Community Music School (CMS) has just what you need.  Using Zoom, Skype or FaceTime, musicians can receive the best online individual instruction possible in the St. Louis area.  Click here for more information and to sign up for a call from one of our staff members who will help you find an instructor right for you.

Online Summer Music Programs

Make music this summer – online!  The Community Music School of Webster University (CMS) is offering online summer music programs including Kindermusik (ages 6 months – 7 years), Flute Camp, Band Camp, and a Summer Composition Intensive.  Camps include a variety of online individual and group interactive activities with professional musicians.

For more information, please visit

Consuming Kinetics Dance Company

Consuming Kinetics Dance Company is a 501c3 non-profit professional dance company and community education center in St. Louis, Missouri. In response to the pandemic, CKDC has moved all classes online. We have a growing library of adult dance, fitness and stretch classes. It’s a pay-what-you-can subscription fee, but all donations unlock the entire library of classes.

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

CAM at Home

CAM is temporarily closed, but remains your home for contemporary art and ideas. By visiting CAM at Home you can connect with the art and artists of our time and engage in fun and meaningful activities. You can read interviews with international artists; follow tutorials from CAM teaching artists to make art at home; and explore CAM’s archives for photos, archives, and more information about past exhibitions.

Art at Home

Teaching artists offer lessons and tutorials for your own art-making, with activities for all ages.

Karlovsky & Company Dance – Artistic Director, Dawn Karlovsky

Online Dance Classes

KARLOVSKY & COMPANY DANCE (St. Louis) is a contemporary modern dance company dedicated to extending the art of dance with innovative choreography that illuminates the human experience. The company engages audiences through concert performances, dance for the camera, site-specific dance, and educational programs for older adults and children. Karlovsky & Company Dance is in residence at the Grandel Theatre with support by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation.

Online Contemporary/Modern Dance classes currently available! Dance for Small Spaces – Monday Night Modern Class with Karlovsky & Company Dance is our company class of contemporary/modern dance open to intermediate/advanced level dancers in the community. Classes take place at 6:30pm on Monday nights. If you would like to join our class via Zoom – Contact Dawn Karlovsky at: for the Zoom link

Metro Theater Company

Metro Theater Company offers multiple online experiences including: daily videos to integrate the arts into curriculum for students learning at home; ART APART, TOGETHER (a nationwide project) and the COVID-19 MEMORY PROJECT, which sources local stories that reflect on changes to daily life due to coronavirus. The stories will become the basis for a new community-based play.

Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum


The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum invites you to connect with us and with each other through #KemperConnect. This interactive initiative—available on the Museum’s Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter feeds—shares different aspects of the Museum throughout the week and is designed to spark creative and intellectual conversation around art. We’re also hosting live online conversations about art throughout the spring and summer.

The Muny

Virtual Muny Magic – Muny Move & Groove

An online weekly series, Muny Move & Groove offers stay-at-home fun for both amateurs wanting to bust a move and advanced professionals ready to tackle some new choreography. Lead by various Muny choreographers, The Muny’s Instagram and TikTok accounts feature videos from participants each week showcasing what they learned while moving and grooving.

St. Louis Art Museum

Wee Wednesdays

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

Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective

StitchCast Studio

Seeking 16-24 year olds living in the City of St. Louis, MO who want to tell their stories.You will learn about podcasting, recording equipment, scripting and create a youth-led podcast recording in 4 weeks!

Apply today to attend 3 podcast workshops and one recording session to create an episode on StitchCast Studio.

Compensation: $100

StitchCast Studio is a podcast produced by Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective in Saint Louis, Missouri. This is the place to come to hear real conversations about what’s on the minds of local 16-24 year old St. Louis youth and catch some powerful new ideas for solutions. Sponsored by the City of St. Louis’ Youth at Risk Crime Prevention Grant of 2020, Steward Family Foundation, and Missouri Foundation for Health.

Web page & Application



Social Justice Artist Auditions

Saint Louis Story Stitchers has opportunities for social justice artists to audition for an interview and short live demonstration of their work on its live streaming platforms. Story Stitchers platforms are curated to fill the mission of the charitable organization to bring peace to the St. Louis region through the arts. Family-friendly material only.

To audition, visit and drop us a comment or join the e-news

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

Instrument Playground Online

Launched in mid-March, this online tool by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra introduces young music lovers to the instruments of the orchestra and the people who play them through videos, images, and activities. The Instrument Playground Online is an extension of the SLSO’s popular instrument playground, held before each Family Concert at Powell Hall.

At-home Activities

The SLSO’s education team worked fluidly to create several home-based learning activities about orchestral music and musicians. This new page on the orchestra’s website presents these activities for families. The SLSO is committed to music education and while students are not in a school building, there are still many opportunities to connect with music.


St. Louis Symphony Orchestra musicians miss connecting with audiences, so they’ve shared at-home performances. The SLSO has compiled these moving videos into one place, so patrons can still experience music by talented musicians.