Gun Violence Prevention

Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective comprises professional artists and urban youth ages 16-24, working together to create social change. The Collective takes local stories, reframes and retells them through art, writing and performance to promote understanding, civic pride, intergenerational relationships and literacy. The goal is to promote a better educated, more peaceful and caring region

Work We Like

This page will share work in socially engaged art that we are researching and/or find relevant to our mission.     James Baldwin’s writing shows the nation’s continued struggle for equality and justice OPEN DOORS Vegan in the Hood Nick Cave’s UNTIL PechaKucha#17 Founding Story Stitcher Juan William Chavez creates new work: http://blog.creative-capital.org/2016/07/juan-william-chavez-looks-bees-brings-communities-together/ ______________________________________________________________________ Robert

Perception Isn’t Always Reality

PERCEPTION ISN’T ALWAYS REALITY Sign up for artists’ opportunities and updates and news via your inbox. Sign Up Now For Email Marketing you can trust. 2017 COMMUNITY VIDEO SKETCHBOOK  KRANZBERG ARTS CENTER Public Screening February 3, 2017 __________________________________________________ 2016 COMMUNITY VIDEO SKETCHBOOK  KRANZBERG ARTS CENTER Public Screening February 5, 2016 Perception Isn’t Always Reality Saint

Past Events

PAST EVENTS https://vimeo.com/216859830 Story Stitchers were proud to perform as Regional Storytellers in the 38th Annual St. Louis Storytelling Festival. University of Missouri Extension Services Community Arts Program Saturday, May 6th at Old Courthouse Gallery As part of the NEA-funded “Parks Come Alive” project, a collaboration between Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and St. Louis Storytelling Festival,

Curating Teen Voices: Coming of Age

Sign up for Stitchers youth opportunities and Fan Club news updates via your inbox. Sign Up Now For Email Marketing you can trust. Curating Teen Voices: Coming of Age is a time capsule of teenage voices combined with adult artists living in St. Louis in 2015, all reacting to a critical and unique time in


Sign up for Stitchers Fan Club updates and new via your inbox. Sign Up Now For Email Marketing you can trust. Stitchers Storefront Studio in the Loop District, 616 N Skinker Drop in and purchase a T-Shirt to support Story Stitchers! ______________________ SAINT LOUIS STORY STITCHERS YOUTH AT THE CENTER Leadership & Arts Advocacy Training FOR DETAILS


SUPPORT THE PICK THE CITY UP TOUR!! Pick the City UP Annual Tour presents Saint Louis Story Stitchers unique brand of urban storytelling, featuring live hip hop, spoken word and story magic on public health issues St. Louis cares about including gun violence. Pay tribute, join the fun, and make a difference. The Tour stops

Stitchers Youth Council

Make art, make friends, do something good for yourself and for your city! Story Stitchers Youth Council  616 N Skinker in the Loop District 3617 Grandel Square, 1st floor in Hansen House, Kranzberg Arts Foundation, Grand Center and Online in Zoom Young artists and business enthusiasts 16-24 years old living in the Saint Louis, Missouri

Saint Louis Story Book Photo Booth

The Saint Louis Story Book Photo Booth is a living sculpture with a big dream. It was designed by Susan Colangelo and utilized by Susan and filmmaker Denise Ward Brown in the inaugural Story Stitchers’ public event, A Grand Bazaar, at the PXSTL site in conjunction with the Pulitzer Arts Foundation and the Sam Fox