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Gallery-goers mill about near the piece "Blake the Great."  6/20/18
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The Luminary art gallery in St. Louis is losing one of its leaders. 

Brea Youngblood, who co-founded the Cherokee Street gallery, is leaving at the end of the year. 

She and then-husband James McAnally founded the Luminary in 2007 and have run it since then, calling themselves co-caretakers. He will continue as executive director. 

Review: You can help see the 'Whole City'

May 3, 2013

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon, May 3, 2013 - Colin Kloecker and Shanai Matteson are the co-directors of Works Progress, a public design studio in Minneapolis. But for the next couple of weeks they are in St. Louis as guests of The Luminary Center for the Arts as a part of The Luminary’s ongoing How to Make a World That Won’t Fall Apart series. The collaborative month-long project, Whole City, puts St. Louis under the microscope as these two Minnesota artists take a fresh, outsider look in, that allows them to ask (as they put it) “naïve” questions.