Beall Mansion Blog & Area Events
Offering an abundance of items, the Alton Farmers’ & Artisans’ Market features fresh produce, delicious baked goods, unique crafts, jewelry, other various handmade items, and much more.
Each Saturday, come check out all that Alton’s farmers and artisans have to offer at the weekly markets all summer long!
This extraordinary three-day art fair features works of art from over 50 St. Louis area artists, as well as captivating performance art and musical acts and delicious food and drink from Sclafly Beer.
Support the arts and enjoy the beautiful autumn air at Art Outside Alternative Art Fair!
The fair is open from 5 – 10 pm Friday (5), 10 am – 10 pm Saturday (6), and 12 – 4 pm Sunday (7) For more information, please visit schlafly.com or call (314) 241-2337.
Shop antiques, collectibles, and unique gifts galore during the 3 Charming Chicks’ monthly Collectors Market!
For more information, please call one of the following: (618) 208-7961, (618) 616-6480, or (618) 593-5898.
Embark on an “a-MAZE-ing” adventure through the Great Godfrey Corn Maze, this year featuring a Harry Potter theme!
Cut into 7 acres of corn, the maze is certainly challenging to navigate… and is an even greater adventure after dark! Visit the maze around Halloween (October 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, & 25) for even more thrills with an additional “haunted” maze.
The maze is open every Friday (6 pm – 10 pm), Saturday (10 am – 10 pm), and Sunday (opens at 1 pm) until October 26. Please call (618) 466-1483 with any questions.
Admission (by age):
5 and under: free
German/Brazilian artist Janaina Tschäpe gives a new look into the ocean landscape with St. Louis Art Museum’s new exhibit, The Ocean Within.
Tschäpe explores both observed and imagined views of the landscape across a wide range of media – painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, and video. Her 2013 video The Ocean Within, exemplifies her characteristic interpretation of the ocean as a mysterious and dreamlike place.
For more information, please visit slam.org.
The annual Lewis & Clark Music Festival features traditional music of the late 1700s and early 1800s performed on fiddles, dulcimers, and flutes. Watch, listen, and participate in this unique festival of musical culture!
In celebration of the city’s 250th birthday, St. Louis Art Museum presents Louis IX: King, Saint, Namesake.
This free exhibit showcases extraordinary art from the reign of Louis IX, as well as later works inspired by the 13th-century monarch. The exhibit will feature 13th-century carved ivory and metalwork, decorated manuscripts, a 17th-century illustrated book about Louis’s achievement of bringing the Crown of Thorns to Paris, an altarpiece painting by Louise-Marie Mauduit that Bishop Louis William Valentine DuBourg sent to the city of St. Louis in 1818, among many other artifacts.
The museum is open 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday through Sunday and 10 am – 9 pm Friday.
For more information, please visit slam.org or call (314) 721-0072.
This new photography exhibit artfully highlights the St. Louis area’s close connection to rivers and streams. The images of the Watershed Cairns exhibit document important places in our regional watershed through vivid, large-scale photos of sculptural cairns made of glass. By naming and mapping sites of the photos, the exhibit offers visitors the chance to learn of the interconnection of these waters and the areas through which they pass.
For more information, please visit mohistory.org.
Where can you find the highest quality original works of art? Well, the answer is right here in St. Louis!
St. Louis Art Far has an unprecedented selection of high quality works of visual artists from all around the nation. In addition, there will be 3 stages of entertainment, educational hands-on activities for children, culinary treats from some of the area’s finest restaurants, and more.
The fair is open 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday (5), 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday (6), and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday (7). For more information, please visit culturalfestivals.com or call (314) 863-0278.
A Mix of Media is a unique art exhibit showcasing the work of local artist Linda Miller, learned educator and artist.
A Mix of Media describes Linda’s approach to making art. Photography provided the palette and inspiration for the works in this exhibit. Linda often works wet on wet, a technique that involves a combination of transparent and opaque watercolor paints, as well as watercolor pencils, water-soluble oil pastels, and watercolor crayons on wet paper. Painting with oil pastels and adding depth with graphite details has also become a common expression for Linda.
Learn about and see more of Linda’s experimental process of making art by visiting A Mix of Media September 6 through September 28.
For more information about the exhibit, please call (618) 576-9235.
The gallery is open Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm and all other days by appointment.