Finally, it’s almost here! Thursday, June 16th through Sunday, June 19th will host the premier Saint Louis Arts Project Conference, which will have elements both at the Contemporary Art Museum in Grand Center, the Regional Arts Commission in the Loop, and a nighttime open-studios on Cherokee Street. If you’re interested in the arts and music scenes in St. Louis, you shouldn’t miss out on a weekend of great panel discussions, concerts, breakout sessions, and the chance to further immerse yourself in our city’s burgeoning arts community. Check out SLAP’s website (www.stlartproject.org), and follow their social media for up-to-date info during the event. And: Thursday and Friday are free, and it’s a measly ten bucks total for Saturday and Sunday.
See the official schedule taken from SLAP’s website after the jump, and come see us at the Resource Fair on Saturday!
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