Meramec Contemporary Art Gallery
The gallery, located in the Humanities East building, is a climate controlled 1700 sq. ft. space which hosts a wide array of sculptural, painting, drawing, graphics and installation exhibits throughout the year.
In addition to nationally touring displays and shows by prominent local artists, Meramec's gallery is also the place to see some of St. Louis' most impressive student artwork. A full, continuous schedule of exhibits assures a wide variety of quality artwork throughout the school year.
2021 Juried Student Exhibition April 30 - May 11
This exhibition features outstanding works in studio arts, design, and digital media created by STLCC-Meramec students in the 2020-2021 academic school year. Ingenuity, creativity and technical skills across a variety of artistic formats will be on display.
Awards announced Friday, Apr. 30, 5:30 p.m.
Reverie - March 4 - April 9, 2021
By Mark Weber, MFA
Things are not always what they seem. Fish believe that the entire world is filled with water, when there are certainly many worlds beyond…
This exhibit by Mark Weber, MFA, features nearly 40 paintings on canvas and paper.
Cuba - Life on the Street - Nov. 5 - Dec. 4
By Photographer, Stewart Halperin
For over 45 years St. Louis-based photographer Stewart D. Halperin has traveled the world with his cameras. His work has taken him to over 90 countries spanning six continents. His recent gallery exhibit "Cuba - Life on the Street" explores Halperin's latest journey to Cuba.
STLCC – Meramec
11333 Big Bend Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63122
Mon-Thu Noon-4 p.m. and by appointment