Sunken Cities: Egypt's Lost Worlds
March 25–September 9, 2018

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On View

Sun Xun: Time Spy
February 16–October 21, 2018

Chinese Buddhist Art, 10th–15th Centuries
March 30–September 30, 2018

New Media Series—Cyprien Gaillard
April 20–September 30, 2018

Balance and Opposition in Ancient Peruvian Textiles
June 15–November 25, 2018


Kehinde Wiley
October 19, 2018–February 10, 2019

Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now
November 11–February 3, 2019
Museum Calendar
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Sunken Cities Behind-The-Scenes
Aug. 24, 7 pm and Aug. 26, 2 pm: Get a behind-the-scenes look at the planning required to bring Sunken Cities to St. Louis. Reserve a ticket
Family Sunday: Gods, Goddesses, Pharaohs & Queens
Visit the divine and royal from ancient Egyptian and Greek cultures with an art-making activity every Sunday in August from 1-4 pm.

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Friday, 10 am–9 pm
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A Tale of Two Kitties
The acquisition of Cat in 1938 inspired record-breaking crowds, fueled angry protests, and brought an invitation to star in a Hollywood movie.
The Sun, Moon, and Stars
Attributed to the Nuxalk (Bella Coola) nation, Frontlet represents the trickster raven who steals the sun, moon, and stars from a box to illuminate the world.
A Moment of Childhood
Curator Melissa Wolfe introduces us to the Museum’s new acquisition, John Singer Sargent’s Portrait of Charlotte Cram.