Spotlight: Exhibition is a piece of cake -- really
The sweetest art exhibition of the year is coming to the Missouri Botanical Garden this weekend.
Cakes and cookies made by members of the St. Louis Metropolitan Sugar Art Guild will be on display at the Garden on Sunday in “Sugared, Spiced and Everything Iced.” The exhibition is a feast for the eyes but eating the featured creations is not allowed. The event will include decorating demonstrations and the opportunity to ask the baker-designers about their craft.
The four dozen members of the Guild meet four times a year for sweet talk about all things sugar. They also participate in Christmas baking events.
‘Sugared, spiced and everything iced’
Where: Missouri Botanical Garden, 4344 Shaw Blvd., 63110
When: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26
How much: Event included in Garden admission of $8; $4 St. Louis City, County residents, free for children 12 and under
Tickets: At the door
‘Archie Granot: The Papercut Haggadah’
A new exhibition focuses on Haggadah, the Hebrew word for “telling,” specifically used to reference the telling of the Exodus story at Passover Seder.
Archie Granot’s “The Papercut Haggadah” consists of 55 pages created from the Jewish folk art tradition of papercutting.
Where: Museum Of Contemporary Religious Art, 221 N. Grand Blvd., 63103
When: Opening reception 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26; runs through May 20
How much: Free