Friday, june 29 - Sunday, July 1
Free and open to the public. To RSVP for free through DO314.com please click here.
CAM is pleased to host the second annual St. Louis Arts Project (SLAP) Conference, a three-day conference that brings people and innovative ideas from St. Louis together through the arts to discuss issues unique to the region and build a more connected community. From artist-led presentations and performances to interactive workshops, SLAP offers a diverse lineup of free programs that are open to the public.
Friday, June 29
6:00 PM l Check-in and Registration
6:30 – 8:00 PM l Loving The Lou
A campaign created to bring attention to and highlight art spaces, creative projects, and events that celebrate the city and people of St. Louis. For one night only, Loving the Lou will bring together individuals and groups to share about their non-traditional spaces, projects or events with attendees. In partnership with Chautauqua Art Labs, this event is part of a larger effort to create a living history, community map, and archive of these types of spaces and events in the St Louis community.
8:00 – 9:00 PM l Keynote Speaker Address by David Wilson, co-founder of True/False Film Fest
Visit the SLAP website to view full program schedule.