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Events

May 19 - June 17, 2022

Thursday, May 19

2022 MFA in Illustration & Visual Culture Thesis exhibition
19 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Illustration & Visual Culture candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate...

Bound for Beauty
19 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
19 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Gobsmacked: 2022 BFA in Studio Art Senior Capstone Exhibition, Part 2
19 May

GOBSMACKED, the 2022 BFA in Studio Art Senior Capstone Exhibition, Part 2, features the work of seniors from the program. Featured Artists Connor Dolan Lou...

Illustrated History: Selections from the MFA-IVC Students’ Work in Special Collections
19 May

The Illustrated History exhibition presents selected works from the Master of Fine Arts in Illustration and Visual Culture (MFA-IVC) students’ digital...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
19 May

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
19 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
19 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
19 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
19 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Abstract DNA illustration (image: Shutterstock)
19 May

The Synthetic Biology Young Speaker Series (SynBYSS) is a yearlong, weekly, virtual seminar series. The series is organized and chaired by Tae Seok Moon,...

Thursday, May 19 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
WUSM Farmers Market
19 May

The Office of Sustainability, Operations & Facilities Management Department, and Human Resources are excited to announce the return of The School of Medicine...

Thursday, May 19 | 10:00 AM
African and African-American Studies Senior Celebration
19 May

On Thursday, May 19 immediately following the ArtSci Recognition Ceremony we are excited to host our first Senior Celebration in two years for the class of...

Celebration for EPS Graduates
19 May
RLL Graduates Reception
19 May

Bravo pour ton diplôme! Congratulazioni per la tua laurea! Tu graduación es la recompensa de todo tu esfuerzo. ¡Muchas Felicidades! Join us for a small...

Thursday, May 19 | 11:00 AM
Art History and Archaeology Graduating Majors Reception
19 May

The Department is excited to celebrate our graduating Art History and Archaeology students! Celebration located at Jordan Plaza between the Kemper Museum...

Thursday, May 19 | 12:00 PM
BearFit Hatha Yoga
19 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Chris for this noon hour break of stretching, breathing, and mindfulness.

Thursday, May 19 | 12:00 PM
Shared Decision-making about Goals of Care at End of Life: What Does Implementation Research Have to Offer?
19 May

People increasingly seek to shape the goals of their care at the end of life. Goals of Care interventions (living wills, advance care directives, treatment...

Thursday, May 19 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Class of 2022 Celebration
19 May

WGSS Department's graduation celebration will take place Thursday, May 19, 2022, after the Arts and Sciences ceremony. Lunch will be provided.

Architecture's Year-End Show opening reception
19 May

Join the College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design for the opening of Y.E.S. 11.0, their 11th-annual year-end-show,...

TRX Total Assets
19 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Jason in Studio 1904 for this dynamic take on suspension training with a mix of dumbells and body weight exercises. Registration is...

BearFit Vinyasa Yoga
19 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Monica in Studio 1904 for this gentle but challenging Yoga Class.

The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
19 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Thursday, May 19 | 7:00 PM

Friday, May 20

2022 MFA in Illustration & Visual Culture Thesis exhibition
20 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Illustration & Visual Culture candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate...

Bound for Beauty
20 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
20 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Gobsmacked: 2022 BFA in Studio Art Senior Capstone Exhibition, Part 2
20 May

GOBSMACKED, the 2022 BFA in Studio Art Senior Capstone Exhibition, Part 2, features the work of seniors from the program. Featured Artists Connor Dolan Lou...

Illustrated History: Selections from the MFA-IVC Students’ Work in Special Collections
20 May

The Illustrated History exhibition presents selected works from the Master of Fine Arts in Illustration and Visual Culture (MFA-IVC) students’ digital...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
20 May

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
20 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
20 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
20 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
20 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Commencement: Class of 2022 Celebration
20 May

The university-wide Commencement Ceremony will take place on Friday, May 20, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. on Francis Olympic Field. Check the Commencement site for...

Friday, May 20 | 9:00 AM
German and Comparative Literature Commencement Celebration
20 May

Join us to celebrate our graduating German and Comparative Literature students! Celebration located in the Arcade just outside Ridgley Hall. Starts at...

Cycle Express
20 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann in The Dark Room for this 30 min cycle class! We will get a quick sweat on and feel like we packed in 50 mins of work! ...

Celebration for Physics Graduates
20 May

The following prizes will be awarded: Senior Prize for outstanding work in Physics Shull Prize for outstanding work as a Teaching Assistant In addition,...

BearFit Gentle Flow Yoga
20 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Alex in Studio 1904 for this gentle stretch yoga class to help reconnect your mind and body as you finsih off the week.

BearFit Zumba
20 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Jessica for this high energy dance party to the latest latin hits!

Friday, May 20 | 5:30 PM
St. Louis Astronomical Society: Multi-Messenger Astronomy for the Amateur
20 May

An illustrated presentation by George Silvas, American Association of Variable Star Observers Some stars vary noticeably in brightness. There are several...

Friday, May 20 | 7:30 PM
Virtual Event
The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
20 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Friday, May 20 | 8:00 PM

Saturday, May 21

2022 MFA in Illustration & Visual Culture Thesis exhibition
21 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Illustration & Visual Culture candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate...

Bound for Beauty
21 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
21 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Gobsmacked: 2022 BFA in Studio Art Senior Capstone Exhibition, Part 2
21 May

GOBSMACKED, the 2022 BFA in Studio Art Senior Capstone Exhibition, Part 2, features the work of seniors from the program. Featured Artists Connor Dolan Lou...

Illustrated History: Selections from the MFA-IVC Students’ Work in Special Collections
21 May

The Illustrated History exhibition presents selected works from the Master of Fine Arts in Illustration and Visual Culture (MFA-IVC) students’ digital...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
21 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
21 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
21 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
21 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
21 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Saturday, May 21 | 8:00 PM

Sunday, May 22

Bound for Beauty
22 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
22 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Illustrated History: Selections from the MFA-IVC Students’ Work in Special Collections
22 May

The Illustrated History exhibition presents selected works from the Master of Fine Arts in Illustration and Visual Culture (MFA-IVC) students’ digital...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
22 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
22 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
22 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
22 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
22 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Sunday, May 22 | 3:00 PM

Monday, May 23

Bound for Beauty
23 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
23 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
23 May

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
23 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
23 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
23 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
23 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Global Health Work in Progress Meeting with Philip Budge & Deborah Salvo
23 May

Global Health Work in Progress (GHWIP) aims to bring together members of the Washington University global health community to learn about each other’s...

Monday, May 23 | 1:00 PM
Virtual Event
Energy Flow
23 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Jayne in Studio 1094 for this beautiful blend of Yoga, strength and cardio.

Dark Room Cycle
23 May

Join BearFIT Instructors Steve and Estephanie as they hold down your 5:30pm Dark Room Cycle throughout the week. This dynamic and fun ride is beat driven...

Tuesday, May 24

Bound for Beauty
24 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
24 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
24 May

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
24 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
24 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
24 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
24 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
24 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

BearFit Hatha Yoga
24 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Chris for this noon hour break of stretching, breathing, and mindfulness.

Tuesday, May 24 | 12:00 PM
BearFit Barre Fusion
24 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Moira for this fusion of Barrre, Pilates and stretch. You will focus on sculpting and strengthing your muscle and core using this...

Wednesday, May 25

Bound for Beauty
25 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
25 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
25 May

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
25 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
25 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
25 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
25 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Wednesday, May 25 | 12:00 AM
Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
25 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Sixth Annual Wealth & Asset Management Research Conference
25 May

The Sixth Annual WAM Conference will convene scholars, students and practitioners who share the common goal of better understanding the financial markets to...

Wednesday, May 25 | 9:15 AM
Virtual Event
Libraries Virtual Book Club: 'The Pull of the Stars'
25 May

Join us for the May virtual book club where we will discuss "The Pull of the Stars" by Emma Donoghue. In 1918 Dublin, in an understaffed maternity ward, the...

Wednesday, May 25 | 3:00 PM
Virtual Event
Pilates Mat & More
25 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Leifann in Studio 1904 for this classical mix of Pilates Mat and more.

Wednesday, May 25 | 4:30 PM
Dark Room Cycle
25 May

Join BearFIT Instructors Steve and Estephanie as they hold down your 5:30pm Dark Room Cycle throughout the week. This dynamic and fun ride is beat driven...

The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
25 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Wednesday, May 25 | 7:00 PM

Thursday, May 26

Bound for Beauty
26 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
26 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
26 May

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
26 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
26 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
26 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
26 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Thursday, May 26 | 12:00 AM
Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
26 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Abstract DNA illustration (image: Shutterstock)
26 May

The Synthetic Biology Young Speaker Series (SynBYSS) is a yearlong, weekly, virtual seminar series. The series is organized and chaired by Tae Seok Moon,...

Thursday, May 26 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
WUSM Farmers Market
26 May

The Office of Sustainability, Operations & Facilities Management Department, and Human Resources are excited to announce the return of The School of Medicine...

Thursday, May 26 | 10:00 AM
BearFit Hatha Yoga
26 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Chris for this noon hour break of stretching, breathing, and mindfulness.

Thursday, May 26 | 12:00 PM
Power Lunch & Learn: Assessments in the Hiring Process
26 May

Have you been asked to take assessments during the hiring process? Or by your current company to assess your leadership potential? Have you given or wanted...

Thursday, May 26 | 12:00 PM
Virtual Event
Sixth Annual Wealth & Asset Management Research Conference
26 May

The Sixth Annual WAM Conference will convene scholars, students and practitioners who share the common goal of better understanding the financial markets to...

Thursday, May 26 | 3:00 PM
Virtual Event
Seminar - Dr. A.B. Pandit
26 May

Cavitationally Induced Physico-Chemical and Biological Transformations Abstract: Cavitation, which was and still is looked at, as an unavoidable nuisance...

Thursday, May 26 | 4:00 PM
TRX Total Assets
26 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Jason in Studio 1904 for this dynamic take on suspension training with a mix of dumbells and body weight exercises. Registration is...

BearFit Vinyasa Yoga
26 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Monica in Studio 1904 for this gentle but challenging Yoga Class.

The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
26 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Thursday, May 26 | 7:00 PM

Friday, May 27

Bound for Beauty
27 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
27 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
27 May

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
27 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
27 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
27 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
27 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
27 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Cycle Express
27 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann in The Dark Room for this 30 min cycle class! We will get a quick sweat on and feel like we packed in 50 mins of work! ...

BearFit Gentle Flow Yoga
27 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Alex in Studio 1904 for this gentle stretch yoga class to help reconnect your mind and body as you finsih off the week.

BearFit Zumba
27 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Jessica for this high energy dance party to the latest latin hits!

Friday, May 27 | 5:30 PM
The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
27 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Friday, May 27 | 8:00 PM

Saturday, May 28

Bound for Beauty
28 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
28 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
28 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
28 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
28 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
28 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Saturday, May 28 | 12:00 AM
Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
28 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
28 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Saturday, May 28 | 8:00 PM

Sunday, May 29

Bound for Beauty
29 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
29 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
29 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
29 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
29 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
29 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
29 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

The Black Rep presents August Wilson's 'Jitney'
29 May

The St. Louis Black Repertory Company continues its in-person 45th Anniversary season with "Jitney" by August Wilson, opening May 11 and running through May...

Sunday, May 29 | 3:00 PM

Monday, May 30

Bound for Beauty
30 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
30 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
30 May

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
30 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
30 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
30 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
30 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Energy Flow
30 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Jayne in Studio 1094 for this beautiful blend of Yoga, strength and cardio.

Dark Room Cycle
30 May

Join BearFIT Instructors Steve and Estephanie as they hold down your 5:30pm Dark Room Cycle throughout the week. This dynamic and fun ride is beat driven...

Tuesday, May 31

Bound for Beauty
31 May

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
31 May

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
31 May

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
31 May

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
31 May

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
31 May

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
31 May

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
31 May

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

BearFit Hatha Yoga
31 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Chris for this noon hour break of stretching, breathing, and mindfulness.

Tuesday, May 31 | 12:00 PM
BearFit Barre Fusion
31 May

Join BearFIT Instructor Moira for this fusion of Barrre, Pilates and stretch. You will focus on sculpting and strengthing your muscle and core using this...

Counter/Narratives: 'More Than One Thing'
31 May

The Ethical Society of St. Louis and Washington University Libraries present a screening of the short film, "More Than One Thing," followed by a brief...

Wednesday, June 1

Bound for Beauty
01 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
01 Jun

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
01 Jun

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
01 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
01 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
01 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
01 Jun

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Wednesday, June 1 | 12:00 AM
Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
01 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Pilates Mat & More
01 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Leifann in Studio 1904 for this classical mix of Pilates Mat and more.

Wednesday, June 1 | 4:30 PM
Dark Room Cycle
01 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructors Steve and Estephanie as they hold down your 5:30pm Dark Room Cycle throughout the week. This dynamic and fun ride is beat driven...

Thursday, June 2

Bound for Beauty
02 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
02 Jun

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
02 Jun

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
02 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
02 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
02 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
02 Jun

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Thursday, June 2 | 12:00 AM
Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
02 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

The Economics and Econometrics of Education Markets
02 Jun

This conference brings together researchers working at the frontier of applying economic insights to education markets. Although education markets differ...

Thursday, June 2 | 9:00 AM
Abstract DNA illustration (image: Shutterstock)
02 Jun

The Synthetic Biology Young Speaker Series (SynBYSS) is a yearlong, weekly, virtual seminar series. The series is organized and chaired by Tae Seok Moon,...

Thursday, June 2 | 10:00 AM
Virtual Event
WUSM Farmers Market
02 Jun

The Office of Sustainability, Operations & Facilities Management Department, and Human Resources are excited to announce the return of The School of Medicine...

Thursday, June 2 | 10:00 AM
BearFit Hatha Yoga
02 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Chris for this noon hour break of stretching, breathing, and mindfulness.

Thursday, June 2 | 12:00 PM
TRX Total Assets
02 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Jason in Studio 1904 for this dynamic take on suspension training with a mix of dumbells and body weight exercises. Registration is...

BearFit Vinyasa Yoga
02 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Monica in Studio 1904 for this gentle but challenging Yoga Class.

Friday, June 3

Bound for Beauty
03 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
03 Jun

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
03 Jun

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
03 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
03 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
03 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Scholarly Writing Retreat 2022
03 Jun

The Scholarly Writing Retreat offers WashU humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty, postdocs and graduate students the opportunity to jump-start...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
03 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

IPE 101
03 Jun

In CIPE’s foundational workshop, learn about the IPE competencies and the emerging CIPE longitudinal curriculum through simulation, role-play and videos....

Friday, June 3 | 9:00 AM
Virtual Event
The Economics and Econometrics of Education Markets
03 Jun

This conference brings together researchers working at the frontier of applying economic insights to education markets. Although education markets differ...

Cycle Express
03 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Meghann in The Dark Room for this 30 min cycle class! We will get a quick sweat on and feel like we packed in 50 mins of work! ...

BearFit Gentle Flow Yoga
03 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Alex in Studio 1904 for this gentle stretch yoga class to help reconnect your mind and body as you finsih off the week.

BearFit Zumba
03 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Jessica for this high energy dance party to the latest latin hits!

Friday, June 3 | 5:30 PM

Saturday, June 4

Bound for Beauty
04 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
04 Jun

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
04 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
04 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
04 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
04 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Mark S. Weil Memorial Service
04 Jun

Please join us as we celebrate the life of Mark S. Weil, the E. Desmond Lee Professor Emeritus for Collaboration in the Arts at Washington University in St....

Sunday, June 5

Bound for Beauty
05 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
05 Jun

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
05 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
05 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
05 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
05 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Monday, June 6

Bound for Beauty
06 Jun

Before publishers started mass producing books with standardized bindings, owners took their books to be bound individually according to their tastes and...

Counter/Narratives: (Re)presenting Race & Ethnicity
06 Jun

The Counter/Narrative exhibition examines the way in which objects are preserved and collected through archives, museums, and exhibitions and investigates...

Moving Magic: Movable Books in the Rare Books Collections
06 Jun

Though many consider pop-up books to be for children, books with moving parts have been around for centuries and encompass all genres. The Rare Book...

Nine Ways from Sunday: 2022 MFA in Visual Art Thesis exhibition
06 Jun

This exhibition features thesis projects by the MFA in Visual Art candidates in the 2022 graduating class of the Sam Fox School’s Graduate School of Art. MFA...

Out of Scope: Unexpected Items in the Rare Book Collections
06 Jun

Rare book collections usually coalesce around a unifying theme. As a medical library, it’s no surprise that most of the rare books in the Becker collections...

Powder, Crinoline, Beasts, Gremlins: Fairytale Subjects in Illustration
06 Jun

Fairytales were a popular subject for books during the Golden Age of Illustration and continue to be so today. The emergence of the children’s book as its...

Ideas, Art and Community: My Zine Collection
06 Jun

The Collect O’Rama table is a space for individuals to share unique personal collections. Director of Development at the ACLU of Missouri Nicole Rainey has...

Energy Flow
06 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructor Jayne in Studio 1094 for this beautiful blend of Yoga, strength and cardio.

Dark Room Cycle
06 Jun

Join BearFIT Instructors Steve and Estephanie as they hold down your 5:30pm Dark Room Cycle throughout the week. This dynamic and fun ride is beat driven...

Tuesday, June 7</