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 artist Emma Vidal at Intersect Arts Center for a free six-week ceramic handbuilding sculpture course for teens ages 13–19. Explore, experiment, and push the boundaries of the ceramic form.
Leverage Dance Theater announces a second run of its site-specific dance performance, The Forgotten, at Intersect Arts Center. Leverage will bring back an evening of immersive dance theater allowing the audience a unique experience as they follow the performers through the mazes, hallways, and stairwells of Intersect.
In this free six-week workshop at Intersect Arts Center, teens ages 13–19 will be encouraged to follow an artistic process rather than stressing about creating a perfect “product.” Learn basic skills in a variety of artistic media and then design and create an individual project based on your individual interests.
The CommUNITY Arts Festival at Intersect Arts Center celebrate arts programs making a positive impact in St. Louis and works to educate the community on public health issues contributing to the city’s violence issues and connect them with programs and resources.
Intersect Arts Center hosts Leverage Dance Theater’s spring concert, Nine, June 13th through 15th. Nine explores renewal, growth and transition. The title is a reference to the symbology and mythology of the number which reflects the emotional spaces explored in this concert.