Author: Saint Louis Story Stitchers

Story Stitchers featured at David J. Sencer CDC Museum

Story Stitchers work from Perception Isn’t Always Reality, created in 2022 to bolster vaccine confidence with support from the CDC Foundation, is featured in an exhibition at the David J. Sencer CDC Museum, 1600 Clifton Road, NE, Atlanta GA 30329.

The exhibition is on view November 25, 2022 – March 2023.

Photography by Mike Jensen, courtesy of the David J. Sencer CDC Museum

“Trusted Messengers: Building Confidence in COVID-19 Vaccines Through Art spotlights some of the arts and culture partners who worked with CDC and the CDC Foundation in 2022 to help bolster demand for COVID-19 vaccines by building trust and confidence in their communities.”

To learn more and see additional images from the exhibit visit:

To learn more about Story Stitchers’ project visit:

Perception Isn’t Always Reality

To host an exhibit or discuss Story Stitchers’ PSA work reach out:


StitchCast Studio LIVE!

StitchCast Studio LIVE!

Watch and be a part of Story Stitchers Youth Council’s live podcast discussions, presented on the state-of-the-arts stage, High Low, 3301 Washington Ave. Story Stitchers artists and guest artists will round out each presentation with live art interludes.

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February 28 – StitchCast Studio LIVE!

March 28 – StitchCast Studio LIVE!

April  25 – StitchCast Studio LIVE!

May 23 – StitchCast Studio LIVE!

June 6 – StitchCast Studio LIVE!

Saint Louis Story Stitchers’ StitchCast Studio LIVE! in Season V is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. On the web at arts dot gov.

Support for Story Stitchers creative youth development programs is provided in part by The Lewis Prize for Music 2021 Accelerator Award.

Additional support in 2023 for StitchCast Studio and Story Stitchers youth programs is provided by the Spirit of St. Louis Women’s Fund, Arts & Education Council, Trio Foundation, Deaconess Foundation, and Kranzberg Arts Foundation.

Interested in joining Stitchers Youth Council? Drop us a note and we’ll reach back!

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The Divided City is an urban humanities initiative, a joint project of the Center for the Humanities and the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design at Washington University in St. Louis. The Divided City is funded by the Mellon Foundation.

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