A new St. Louis superhero? 

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Katherine Cannistra (working under the guise of Cathy Cooper) invites you into her personal fortress of solitude: a vast media-center headquarters for her superhero Glitterous and arch-villain Nimbus. Throw on your cape, strap on your repulsor rays, and assemble at 3750 Washington Blvd. for this exhibit which runs through Friday, March 21. It's part of a longer-running exhibit from the Belleville-based studio.
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Art student Angela Kealey from the University of Illinois listens to Glitterous explain the sign-up sheet that will bring a sparkle sign to her front yard.
Glitterous explains the secret code of Nimbus and her operatives in the plans to bring sadness.
Carol Shapiro laughs at the character and the concept of Glitterous and her quest to bring more sparkle to the people of St. Louis.
Photos displaying Glitterous, played by Cathy Cooper, interacting with the citizens of University City and spreading the sparkle.
What it's all about.
Three TV's show Nimbus and all the bad things it brings to St. Louis. Glitterous is here to thwart the sadness Nimbus brings.
Helen Kouvelis and her children Vaios, 11, and Alexa, 8, look through all the sparkly products that were free to the public.
Could this strips of glitter be affixed to street sign poles?
Wil Chiang, left, and Kim Wang who are studying in Champaign, Il from Taiwan scan exhibit.
Bryan Rickert and his wife Rita from Belleville, Ill., read Glitterous' mission as their 6-month-old daughter, Leontine, looks on.
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Art student Angela Kealey from the University of Illinois listens to Glitterous explain the sign-up sheet that will bring a sparkle sign to her front yard.