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TODAY IN THE MUSEUM


Sun - Oct 26
  Currently on View
Atua: Sacred Gods from Polynesia
October 12, 2014-January 4, 2015
Main Exhibition Galleries

Brett Weston: Photographs
June 20–December 7, 2014
Gallery 321

Facets of the Three Jewels: Tibetan Buddhist Art from the Collections of George E. Hibbard and the Saint Louis Art Museum
July 4, 2014–February 22, 2015
Gallery 100

Louis IX: King, Saint, Namesake
August 29–November 2, 2014
Galleries 234 and 235

Calligraphy in Chinese and Japanese Art
September 12, 2014—February 22, 2015
Gallery 225
Sun - Oct 26
12:00 PM
  Concert
Autumn Afternoon Chamber Concert
Sunday, October 26, Noon
The Farrell Auditorium. Free.


Two master musicians, Mark Sparks (flute) and Peter Henderson (piano) both known for playing with the Saint Louis Symphony and on other wide-ranging musical programs, come together for this delightful Sunday afternoon duet.

Tickets are required but are free at the Information Desks of the Saint Louis Art Museum. Tickets may also be reserved, for a fee, through MetroTix.com or 314-534-1111.
Sun - Oct 26
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  Family Sundays
Gateway to the West
October 5, 12, 19, and 26;1:00–4:00 pm.
Meet in Gallery 216. Free.


This month, the Museum joins the annual American Arts Experience in St. Louis—explore the American frontier in the galleries every Sunday in October. Stop in to learn about the taming of the great American west with art activities and a family tour inspired by the Museum’s collection of American art.
Sun - Oct 26
1:30 PM
  Daily Collection Tour
Meet at the Information Center.
Free.

Explore the Museum's collection with an informative, docent-led tour—offered free to all visitors. The tour departs from the Information Center in Sculpture Hall and usually lasts about one hour.
 
Sun - Oct 26
2:00 PM
  Free Drop-In Tour
Free Drop-In Tour: Midsummer's Night Dream
The Saint Louis Art Museum partners with The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis to offer Museum visitors a one hour docent-led journey. The tour departs from the Museum's Information Center in Sculpture Hall in the Main Building. All tours are free; no reservations required. For tickets to Midsummer's Night Dream call (314) 968-4925 or visit repstl.org.

To learn about other events taking place at the Museum, visit the Calendar, This Week at the Museum, or our Program Guide.