Intersect Arts Center is a place of community with creativity at its core. Intersect engages with area youth, adults, elderly, artists, congregants, educators, and activists to connect art and community, creating a collective expression of identity and belonging between a very diverse intersection of people.
Intersect provides studio spaces to 25 working artists in addition to dance, music recording, darkroom, wood-shop, ceramics, metals, printmaking, paper-making, stained glass, and culinary arts studios, a computer lab, and a large garden that grows vegetables, natural dyes, and native wildflowers. A beautiful 4,000 square foot gallery hosts exhibitions and events.
- 3636 Texas Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63118
Join Intersect Arts Center for their annual fall festival, Weinacht! Free food, free beer, a free petting zoo, and free crafts! There will also be live music from a variety of local bands, as well as arts and crafts vendors, plus some of Intersect’s studio artists will be hosting open studios.
Sign up now for this 6-week hand-building class at Intersect Arts Center led by pottery artist Julie Batisto! Class meets Thursday nights, beginning September 14 and going through October 19th, from 6pm to 9pm. Students will learn and explore a variety of hand-building methods to create functional wares.
Intersect Arts Center invites you to the opening of Porous: Works from the Field, a new art exhibition by Linnéa Ryshke on the subject of human-animal interactions. The exhibit opens on January 22nd and will be on display at Intersect through March 11th.
Intersect Arts Center celebrates the recent exhibition and work of Bill Perry and his art from The Immigrant Women of St. Louis. Take in fashions from local designers and live music during this outdoor/indoor event.
Intersect Arts Center presents a culinary concert series pairing classical music and multi-course meals.