Engage with local arts and culture through Kranzberg Arts Foundation programming. From gallery exhibitions across multiple venues in Grand Center to live music performances throughout the week and more, connection to the creative community starts with Kranzberg Arts Foundation.

Gallery Exhibitions

"A Need to Simplify" by Hayveyah McGowan, photo by Colin Elliot
"A Need to Simplify" by Hayveyah McGowan, photo by Colin Elliot
Making our galleries among the premier arts destinations in the Midwest, Kranzberg Arts Foundation’s visual arts programming challenges established concepts of what art is and does, and engages with people in meaningful ways.

The Dark Room Concert Series

Live from The Dark Room features St. Louis’ freshest musicians inside The Dark Room at The Grandel.

Wednesday Night Jazz Jam

Bassist and Jazz Jam Host Bob DeBoo, photo by Jon Gitchoff
Bassist and Jazz Jam Host Bob DeBoo, photo by Jon Gitchoff

Celebrate St. Louis’ jazz legacy and future at the Wednesday Night Jazz Jam. Free and family-friendly, this weekly gathering brings jazz within reach for people of all ages and backgrounds. Hosted by Bob DeBoo, the Jazz Jam takes place from 6-9 pm, live inside The Dark Room.

Music at the Intersection

Music at the Intersection is a civic-led effort presented by Kranzberg Arts Foundation in partnership with Steward Family Foundation and The Regional Arts Commission (RAC) of St. Louis. Save the Date for Music at the Intersection, September 9-10, 2023

High Noon

High Noon Logo

The High Noon series offers free cultural and artistic programming, during your lunch hour! This weekly series at High Low features St. Louis talents from across the arts, cultural, and educational spectrum- every Thursday at noon. High Low is located at 3301 Washington Avenue, in Grand Center Arts District. Spend your lunch hour enjoying presentations and performances in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere !

Walls Off Washington


The Walls Off Washington is a collection of 20 outdoor murals from local, national, and international artists. The murals are painted on (and off) walls between Josephine Baker Boulevard and N. Leonard Ave. and behind KAF venues Sophie’s Artists Lounge and High Low. The Walls Off Washington is open to the public every Wednesday through Saturday, 1pm to sunset.