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 why local groups have found that virtual art still has a purpose and place coming out of the pandemic, discover all that Tower Grove Farmers Market has to offer (@inthestl), learn about a teacher home visit program partnering families and teachers for children’s academic success, step into an exhibit honoring the incredible body of work and legacy of St. Louis artist James Michael Smith, find out how Arch Oncology is harnessing the body’s immune system to fight cancer, and get excited about the pre-Broadway run of “The Karate Kid: The Musical” opening this week.
Schankman’s St. Louis: Virtual Art Continues Post-Pandemic
Even though audiences are returning to theaters with no social distancing or masks required, many arts and culture groups have found the digital space used they employed to communicate with audiences during the pandemic are still worth continuing even as things get back to normal.
Local farmers and entrepreneurs build their businesses and a strong community through the support of St. Louisans at the Tower Grove Farmers Market. To find more stories like this one visit thestl.com.
HOME WORKS! is a teacher home visit program founded in St. Louis in 2007 to partner families and teachers for children’s academic success. They have created a positive structure within which parents and teachers can effectively cooperate for the good of their students. Their mission is to partner with underserved schools to help build their capacity to engage families and communities.Find the full interview along with the complete library of Classroom Matters Podcasts here.
The Gallery at the District Presents the James Michael Smith Memorial Exhibit
The Gallery at the District is currently hosting the James Michael Smith Memorial Exhibit.
Arch Oncology is harnessing the body’s immune system to fight cancer.
Schankman’s St. Louis: The Karate Kid, The Musical Getting Its First Match in St. Louis
Almost 40 years after The Karate Kid opened in theaters, the story is now becoming a musical, which will have its pre-Broadway tryout in Kirkwood this Spring.