The Luminary Center for the Arts

Gallery And More
10:54 pm
Sun March 30, 2014

New Luminary Takes Shape On Cherokee Street

James and Brea McAnally in the work in progress at the new Luminary Center for the Arts.
Credit Nora Ibrahim | St. Louis Public Radio Intern

In the heart of Cherokee Street, 2701 to be exact, The Luminary's new building is rapidly transforming.

The art gallery, incubator and performance venue (formerly the Luminary Center for the Arts) is moving from Reber Place into a 17,000 square-foot space that takes three different properties and melds the historic with the modern.

In only two weeks, a stage, office spaces and wall frames were erected. Over the next two weeks, the construction crew will install drywall and paint. And while its new location undergoes swift changes, The Luminary itself is rebranding.

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Cityscape
3:18 pm
Fri November 30, 2012

The Luminary Presents Exhibition Reflecting Evolution Of Arts Community

PSTL Gallery's "miniature gallery"

The Luminary Center for the Arts opened in 2007 and strives to provide a platform for the presentation of innovative art, music and cultural projects.

Its temporary exhibition space now hosts Social Security, a constellation of five galleries individually curated by area alternative spaces which have shuttered or shifted in form within the past year.

Among other things, the exhibition explores the how the arts community is evolving.

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