ST. LOUIS, MO 63108
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Third Fridays are a celebration the whole family can enjoy! Join us for the weekend before Christmas for a fun evening of demonstrations, live music and endless family fun!

Third Friday is an amazing opportunity to buy locally handmade gifts! Support our independent artists when you shop local with us this holiday season!


Amazing Glassmaking Demonstrations:
Glassblowing Demos at 6:15p, 7:30p, 8:45p.
Flameworking Demos at 6:00p, 7:30p, 8:45p.

Show us your creative side with our glass art experiences! $35 per project*
Glassblowing (Ages 10+): Sculpt glowing molten glass into a paperweight
Flameworking (Ages 10+): Melt glass rods through a torch to craft beautiful beads. Add them to a bracelet, keychain or necklace pendant!
Fused Glass: Cut and layer pieces of glass to create jewelry, wine charms, bug magnet, glass tile, or nightlight.
*Experiences are first come, first served. No advance registration available. See below for available options.

No need to prepare another holiday meal! Grab a bite of locally-sourced deliciousness from Seed Sprout Spoon!

East Gallery presents new artwork by Dimitrina Kutriansky. More info below.

7:30p: Celia brings her legendary Yuletide Express show to Third Degree!

8:30p: The St. Louis Fire Technicians turn up the heat on the patio!

Doors open at 6:00p.
Admission is FREE for all ages
No RSVP required

Limited onsite parking is available. Guests arriving later at the event may have to park nearby on Delmar Blvd. 

ON DISPLAY: "The Sentimental Landscape" by Dimitrina Kutriansky

Dimitrina Stamboldjiev Kutriansky’s style can best be characterized as “romantic naturalism,” an expression of her desire to capture and convey the inherent beauty that can be found within the seemingly ordinary corners of the natural world, while also creating a strong sense of place and atmosphere for the viewer.

In her work, Dimitrina draws upon her continual interactions with and studies of nature, as well as upon her extensive study of the landscape paintings from two iconic representational art movements: the Hudson River School and the Peredvizhniki (the historic Russian realist art movement known as “The Wanderers” or “The Itinerants”).

Dimitrina’s representational landscapes are a collection of both plein air studies and studio works that include scenes observed, moments experienced, and imaginary compositions derived from the visual vocabulary that she has cultivated through countless intimate encounters with nature generated by painting from life.

See more of Dimitrina's work