The Art of Travel returns for the fourth year at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport on October 2, 2014.
Enjoy some swell eats and spiffy drinks while you bop and jive to the dynamite music of the ‘40s. The event will also feature a silent auction with works from local artists, and guests are encouraged to get decked out in their ‘40s film-noir best and get some freebie pics. It will be a gas.
We hope you can come out and celebrate the achievements of the Lambert Art and Culture Program.
Interested in sponsoring Art of Travel? Click here, or call Jeff Lea, Lambert Public Relations, for more information at 314-426-8125.
Scenes from 2013 Art of Travel
Art of Travel History and Mission:
The Art of Travel is the signature social event for Lambert-St. Louis International Airport benefitting the Lambert Art and Culture Program. The annual event supports the Airport’s mission to feature more art and cultural works at the Airport through permanent installations and temporary exhibits. The inaugural Art of Travel event in 2011 helped provide immediate financial support for a multi-colored terrazzo floor medallion inlay, New Village, by St. Louis artist Alicia LaChance. It’s located just past the C Concourse checkpoint. It also funded new exhibitions at Lambert’s Meeting Place Gallery in the Terminal 1 Bag Claim. The second annual Art of Travel in 2012 raised more than $54,000. See 2012 Art of Travel photos here.
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