StitchCast Studio LIVE! Podcast + avery (folk indie) TONIGHT!

Friday, March 25, 2022

StitchCast Studio LIVE!

In Person

Doors open at 5:00

Show 6:00

Live podcast + avery folk indie musician

Central Stage

3524 Washington Ave, 63103

avery [she/they] is an LGBTQ+ sound artist and musician. They were born and raised in McAllen, Texas; a small town on the border with Mexico. They spent many years in the music industry in Austin before moving to London and getting her Master’s degree in Sound Art from University of the Arts London, where she graduated with distinction in February 2022. They have since moved back to the United States to pursue their career in radio and podcast production. They are a co-founder of the art collective the blank state and an active member of the Austin-based band Bourgeois Mystics. Their soundworks have been recognized and exhibited around the world in galleries such as Shanghai and London, and they have performed on festival stages such as SXSW 2022 and the Lagunitas Circus with Bourgeois Mystics. 

avery’s solo act involves a combination of sound art and music, and tonight they will be performing an acoustic set of both original and cover songs that showcase and experiment with the voice.



Adults $15 through MetroTix. Early reservations are requested.


Complimentary to youth under 25 years old


StitchCast Studio brings together youth and professional artists in St. Louis to develop and produce a series of podcast episodes.

Youth, ages 16-24, lead meaningful dialogues that inspire original content in mentor-led workshops based on participants’ lived experiences in economically disadvantaged, high crime areas. Podcasts focus on the streets, gun violence, and finding solutions to issues that are coming at our youth hard. The project goal is to gain greater understanding of the needs and desires of the youth served and to give them an amplified voice to create needed changes in society, to support youth in a successful transition to adulthood, and to reduce youth crime in St. Louis. Youth artists use dialogue, original poetry, and music to highlight their personal experiences with gun violence, life transitions, and mental health, promoting mutual respect for diverse ideas, greater understanding, and a more peaceful society.

Available on PodbeanGoogle Podcasts, apple podcastsSpotify andYoutube.

As per current Covid policies of Kranzberg Arts Foundation, guests will show either a full vaccination card or a negative test and wear a  mask. Free rapid testing is available next door at 3526 Washington from NOMI.