This weekend, enjoy art and social interaction all at once thanks to the Southwest Garden Neighborhood Association's TreeHugger Project and the Spring Artwalk in St. Charles. If that's not your thing, there are plenty of opportunities to appreciate the finer things in more traditional ways, from photography to video and more.
Carlie Trosclair: Perceiving Sensibility: MFA Thesis exhibition. Opening reception and artist talk from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, April 23. Tuesdays-Sundays. Continues through June 6, free admission. Craft Alliance Grand Center, 501 N Grand Blvd., St. Louis, 314-725-1177, www.craftalliance.org.
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Greg Stimac An exhibition of photographs and video that challenge and engage the myths of America via the road narrative. Opening reception from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, April 24. Starting April 24, Wednesdays, Saturdays. Continues through May 22, free. White Flag Projects, 4568 Manchester Ave., St. Louis, 314-531-3442, www.white-flag-projects.org.
Spring Artwalk: Live public art with community interaction sponsored by St. Charles Riverfront Arts. April 23-25, free admission, www.saintcharlesriverfrontarts.com. Main Street in St. Charles, St. Charles, MO, St. Charles.
This page intentionally left blank.: New work by Jeremy Rabus, Amy VanDonsel and Bryan Walsh, with special guest DJ Chilly C. Opening reception from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, April 23. Fri., April 23; Sat., May 1, 12-4 p.m., free. 2646 Cherokee Street, 2646 Cherokee St., St. Louis.
The TreeHugger Project: Southwest Garden Neighborhood Association presents Agnieszka Gradzik and Wiktor Szostalo's environmental art figures hugging trees. April 23, free. Shaw and Vandeventer, S Vandeventer Ave. and Shaw Blvd., St. Louis.
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