In conjunction with its current exhibition, Evocation, the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis (RAC) presents Evocation Evenings, creative dialogues facilitated by local artists.
These sessions are designed to spark conversations about arts/culture and the needs of the St. Louis community through participation in a creative exercise. Sessions will take place on Fridays in October (6, 13, 20, and 27) and on Thursday, November 2. The styles of facilitation will run the spectrum from discussing visual art, to constructing movement, to sharing food.
All events are free and open to the public, so stay tuned for more information about each Evocation Evening. We hope you’ll join one of these conversations and connect with your neighbors to work together to envision a better St. Louis.
- Friday, October 13th, 6:00 – 8:00pm
* All events are free and open to the public.
More about the exhibition:
The Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis (RAC) presents Evocation, an interactive exhibition to remember, imagine and inspire a better St. Louis. Featuring a host of local artists, the exhibition is a component of RAC’s cultural planning initiative, EVOKE, and invites the community to engage in dialogue about the value of creativity in their lives and its relevance to issues that make St. Louis a better place to live.
The exhibition is open now through Thursday, November 2nd and features: Dr. Amber Johnson, Erin McGrath Rieke, S. Jewell S. McGhee, and select maps from COCA’s St. Louis Map Room project.
Evocation is open to the public for viewing and interaction through Thursday, November 2nd.
Monday – Friday | 10am to 5pm;
Saturday & Sunday | 12pm to 5pm.