As the weather takes a chilly turn, it's the perfect time to explore the warmth and beauty of the St. Louis Art Museum's current exhibits.

Escape the Weather

Discover the "Age of Armor," featuring treasures from the Higgins Armory Collection at the Worcester Art Museum, on display until May 14th.

Immerse yourself in the multimedia world of "Samson Young: Sonata for Smoke," available to enjoy until April 9th.

Explore the rich history of folk textiles in "Fabricating Empire: Folk Textiles and the Making of Early 20th-Century Austrian Design," showing until May 28th.

Celebrate African and African American Art with a special audio guide tour, "Power of Place," showcasing works by artists of African descent.

Witness the powerful emotion in Pietro Calvi's sculpture of Othello, capturing the tragic realization of his wife's innocence, possibly inspired by Ira Aldridge's groundbreaking performances.

Don't miss out on these incredible exhibits at the St. Louis Art Museum - plan your visit today and experience art like never before!