Join us in the atrium for a pop-up shop with Adam Foster Fine Jewelry, a local St. Louis jewelry maker. Adam will be featuring his trendy permanent jewelry bracelets, in which he will permanently affix the bracelet you choose around your wrist. He will also be featuring his popular Origami Collection, many pieces from his Constellation Collection, his diamond earring huggies, as well as his new plain gold earring huggies in all sizes. Over the last twenty years, Adam Foster has created a loyal following of his jewelry designs, both in St. Louis and around the country. He pairs Old World jewelry-making techniques with the latest technology to create pieces that are both organically inspired and visually arresting, with a touch of whimsy. Adam’s pieces can be found at Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue stores, as well as several independent jewelry stores throughout the country.
Sharpen your observation skills and envision what you want your future to look like. In this pop-up art class, artist Maria Ojascastro will give step-by-step instructions on how to draw your eyes. She will then provide magazines for you to cut out words, phrases, and images that you’ll use to create a collage around the drawing. Both novice and experienced artists will enjoy exercising their creativity and making a vision board in this 90-minute class.
Come to the PALM atrium to shop the newest arrivals from AUDRA, a St. Louis-based women’s luxury fashion brand. Mingle and be custom-fitted by owner and creative director Audra Noyes. AUDRA creates effortless, alluring clothing that balances fashion and function for your dynamic lifestyle. Each piece is made in New York City at women-owned factories and is produced in limited quantities to ensure their customers receive the highest quality clothing.
Come to the atrium to shop for fresh spring gifts from a variety of local St. Louis vendors! A portion of all proceeds will go to the Anthropedia Foundation to support their programs and the work they do in the community. Vendors will feature unique items including designer clothing, handmade furniture, luxury skincare, stylish handbags, and elegant accessories.
In this art workshop, adults and their child(ren) will partner to create a pop-up book based on an animal. Beginners are invited to start with a dog, cat, or duck. More confident artists are welcome to challenge themselves with a rabbit, monkey, peacock, or animal of their choosing. Join Art for Well-Being instructor, Maria Ojascastro, for an hour and a half of creativity. Tea, kombucha, and light snacks will be provided.