Visual Arts

Abstractions of Black Citizenship: African American Art from Saint Louis

Abstractions of Black Citizenship: African American Art from Saint Louis is a group exhibition of works by Dominic Chambers, Damon Davis, Jen Everett, De Nichols, and Katherine Simóne Reynolds, five Black Saint Louis-based artists. The exhibition presents painting, photography, mixed-media, works on paper, music, sculpture, and video. The exhibition is curated by Jasmine Jamillah Mahmoud, Assistant Professor in Arts Leadership at Seattle University.

Engage with the exhibition through a series of virtual public programming events opening May 18 and running through June 26.

Engage with the exhibition

Cherokee Street Gallery

Virtual Gallery: “What’s The 411?” by Cbabi Bayoc

You are invited to virtually walk through this entire show by Cbabi Bayoc at

We used to dial 411 for information and today we are immersed in virtual spaces entirely built from information. The joyful exuberance of Cbabi’s artwork cuts through cyberspace and maintains the human touch we crave in this season “social distancing.” Cbabi (pronounced Kuh-bob-bi) Bayoc is an artist who has always known, and lived, his calling: creating art which reflects his love of music and family.

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.

Artist Notes from a Pandemic

CAM exhibiting artists, past, present, and future talk about getting along through the crisis.

Art at Home

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


CAM’s video archives include artists talking (Amy Sherald, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, and more) artists making (Derek Fordjour, Claudia Comte), artists becoming (Vashon High School), and more.

Explore the Archives

Find images, gallery guides, audio tours, and other materials from CAM exhibitions, 2003 to the present.

International Photography Hall of Fame & Museum

Masterworks: Highlights from the IPHM Collection

View the new exhibition Masterworks: Highlights from the IPHF Collection from the comfort of your home with a new 360-degree virtual tour.

The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum presents a new exhibition 55 years in the making. Masterworks: Highlights from the IPHF Collection features iconic images from over 50 artists, including Ansel Adams, Margaret Bourke-White, Julia Margaret Cameron, Yousef Karsh, James Nachtwey, Steve McCurry, Paul Nicklen, Alfred Stieglitz, Sebastião Salgado, Edward Steichen, and Jerry Uelsmann.

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.

Virtual Gallery Conversation: Edition MAT and Marcel Duchamp

Join us for an online conversation about renowned artist Marcel Duchamp’s experiments with kinetic and optical art and his foundational role in the emergence of the multiple in the mid-20th century. Focusing on some of his key works, this discussion examines Duchamp’s embrace of replication as a way to rethink art.

Alexander Kauffman, Andrew W. Mellon–Anne d’Harnoncourt Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, speaks with Meredith Malone, associate curator at the Kemper Art Museum, in this discussion held in conjunction with the exhibition Multiplied: Edition MAT and the Transformable Work of Art, 1959–1965.

Nate Burrell

COVID Days – St. Louis, MO

14 days. 46 portraits.

This is an honest look at a small part of St. Louis, Missouri, one month after the COVID-19 pandemic put the world in quarantine.

Artists, Chefs, Healthcare Providers, Small Business Owners, Politicians, Journalists, Service Industry Professionals…

All Neighbors of the same area code — a Community.

This is how it was and how it looked in late April, 2020.

This is our city. St. Louis, Missouri.

Pulitzer Arts Foundation

Art Recess

Art Recess offers fun ideas and instructions for at-home art-making, organized in collaboration with teaching artists and educators. Projects include hands-on arts and crafts, tools for close-looking, and multi-sensory activities for all ages. These activities help cultivate curiosity, foster creativity, and develop fresh ways of thinking, seeing, and creating.

St. Louis Arts Chamber

ACF Silent Skies Video

Artists for Conservation 2018 Silent Skies Mural Video with original musical score by Thomas Beckman. The mural is a 678 piece collection of 8″x8″ squares of all the endangered birds of the world. The mural was created by 150 signature members of the international Artists for Conservation in 2018.

St. Louis Art Museum

Visit the Saint Louis Art Museum virtually by exploring the collection and exhibitions, listening to audio guides, reading blogs by curators and researchers, and learning about art in new inspiring ways.

Object of the Day

Since you can’t come to the Saint Louis Art Museum, we’re bringing the Museum to you. Please visit daily to discover a different work of art from the Saint Louis Art Museum collection, which spans thousands of years and many cultures.

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.

Slow Art Day

Relax, practice mindfulness and discover the joy of looking slowly at art. The Saint Louis Art Museum’s 5-minute guided-looking experience with art will let you hit the pause button for just a while. Grab a glass of wine

Millet and Modern Art: From Van Gogh to Dalí

Join us for an online experience of Millet and Modern Art: From Van Gogh to Dalí. Begin with our Director’s welcome, and enter the world of Millet, his many followers, and the innovative and breathtaking work they created. You will encounter text, images, and audio content from specialists who offer a deep dive into specific works of art. The journey begins in 19th-century France, on the coast of Normandy.

Walker-Cunningham Fine Art

Bipolar Holiday: Kyoto Girls, by Daniel Jefferson

Art dealer Sarah B. Cunningham is showing the St. Louis-based graffiti/street/outsider artist Bipolar Holiday’s new series of paintings in a pop-up exhibit in her Central West End residence — including a full wall mural painted by Bipolar Holiday for the show. This pop-up is the third that Cunningham has mounted since 2018 — she uses her CWE home as a pop-up gallery space and viewings are by appointment only. During the coronavirus pandemic stay-home orders, the show is 100% online.