Spotlight: The Regional Arts Commission of STL, Cows Wearing Fitness Trackers and Soundbaths

    HEC Media’s Spotlight program airs every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on Channel 11, and showcases St. Louis’ finest contributions to art, education, and culture.

    In this week’s episode for the first time in nearly two years, the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis has new grant funding for local artists; author Sally Hepworth talks about the inspiration for her new book “The Younger Wife;” why cows at the St. Louis Zoo are wearing fitness trackers; inside the sound, image, and laser-light animation experience happening now at the Kemper Art Museum; and the healing power of soundbaths.

    The Regional Arts Commission is making a comeback
    A conversation with Jay Scherder with the Regional Arts Commission St. Louis (RAC), to discuss the newly developed structure of the organization.

    Younger Wives, Lockdown Writing, Marriage & Murder: An Entertaining Chat with Sally Hepworth
    Sally Hepworth is hilariously honest talking about her new book, her informative homicide detective friends and the one thing you’ll never find her without.

    Banteng Cow Fitbits
    Fitbit-style activity trackers are being attached to the ankles of Banteng Cows at the Saint Louis Zoo to help track their fertility.

    Nicole Miller’s “A Sound, a Signal, the Circus”
    Now through July 25th, artist Nicole Miller explores the Black experience through sound, moving image, and laser-light animation at the Kemper Art Museum.

    The Healing Power of Sound
    Learn how the soundbaths can transform a person’s response to stressors by retraining one’s relaxation response.