Also Tonight: Intangible Rivers

While you are on Cherokee Street tonight, stop by this wonderful show. Works in Jessi’s show take inspiration from the historic course of the River Des Peres, (alas) not frequently the source of visual art. – M.R.A.

Intangible Rivers: A Subjective History by Jessi Cerutti
Reception: 5:30-10p, March 18
Location: The Zeigenhein, 3346 Texas Ave.

A lifelong resident of St. Louis, Jessi Cerutti explores personal memory and local history through printmaking and fiber arts in this SIUE MFA Printmaking Thesis Exhibition. Cerutti pushes the limits of the traditional print, merging ink and fiber to create objects that illustrate an accumulation of history, memory, and change. The exhibition features print and sculptural artifacts alongside installation-based works. Enjoy drinks and the music of WolfPeach Society DJ Collective during the reception.