Landmarks Association of St. Louis

“After Hours” Exhibit is First at Architecture St. Louis

November 1, 2008

Following the launch of educational programs at its new downtown home, Architecture St. Louis, Landmarks Association of St. Louis hosted its first public exhibit opening at the new space on Friday, October 10. In conjunction with the American Institute of Architects - St. Louis Chapter and the chapter's Young Architects Forum, Landmarks presented After Hours, a juried student drawing competition shown alongside assorted work (furniture, photography, collage, painting) produced by young architects either unlicensed or within ten years of licensure. Subjects ranged from St. Louis architecture to nature to modern furniture.   The exhibit remained on display through November 1.

Photos taken at the opening of Art By Architects

 Executive Director Jeff Mansell and crowd  A portion of the gallery


 Our new gallery and lecture space
 Sara Tetley and Carolyn Toft