St. Louis, Missouri is a vibrant city with a thriving art scene. From commercial galleries to non-profit galleries, museums, and alternative spaces, there is something for everyone to explore. The Angad Arts Hotel is a unique hospitality experience that combines visual arts, entertainment, fashion, literature, and gastronomy.
The Bullivant Gallery is the go-to resource for obtaining prints and editions, as well as bespoke framing. The Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) at Saint Louis University is a must-see for art lovers. Art from St. Louis is a collective of museums, art galleries, and outdoor art spaces such as Citygarden and the Laumeier Sculpture Park.
Major universities in the city also have collections that are open to visitors, such as the Saint Louis University Museum of Art, the Mildred Lane Kemper Museum of Art at Washington University, and the Forest Park Gallery of Contemporary Art Library. The San Luis Art Museum is a magnificent building originally built as an “artistic palace with 26% cultural” for the “Meet Me in St. Louis Community College” of 1904. It is located at 5600 Oakland Avenue St.