WE ARE arts culture music Saint Louis

the mission

Our mission is to highlight the thriving Arts, Culture, and Creative scene in Saint Louis. We strive to put the community first and collaboration is a priority for us. Let's shine light to local musicians, celebrate photography, and buy local art. St. Louis Gram is here to magnify the scene and put Saint Louis on the map.

Let's work together to build a better community.

The 314 market

Join us and over 40 of the city’s most influential creatives for a night of shopping, art, food, drink, music, and more!

The event is from 6-9pm on Thursday, January 26th at The Hawthorn on Washington Ave!

Nothing compares to opening day in the 314! 🤩

📸 @lucyl0uu 

Classic St. Louis flavor 🤩

📷 @lbtl2012 

Stunting @stlcitypark 🤩

📷 @suzygormanphoto 

The grandeur of Cathedral Basilica in St. Louis stands tall as a testament to the beauty of faith and architecture. ✨

The Cathedral Basilica is a breathtaking structure that has stood the test of time as a beacon of faith and beauty. Its stunning architecture and intricate mosaics have captivated visitors and locals alike for over a century.

The cathedral was built in 1914 and took over 80 years to complete. It was designed by architect Thomas P. Barnett, who drew inspiration from the great cathedrals of Europe. The building’s exterior features two towers, each standing at 210 feet tall, while the interior boasts an impressive 83,000 square feet of space.

One of the most striking features of the cathedral is its mosaics, which cover over 41 million pieces of glass in intricate designs. The mosaics were created by a team of artists over a period of 70 years, with the final touches being added in 1988. The result is a breathtaking display of color and detail, with scenes from both the Old and New Testaments depicted in vivid detail.

The Cathedral Basilica in St. Louis has played an important role in the history of the city and the Catholic Church in America. It was designated a basilica by Pope John Paul II in 1997, recognizing its importance as a center of worship and pilgrimage. Today, it remains a popular destination for visitors of all faiths, who come to marvel at its beauty and connect with its rich history.

In short, the Cathedral Basilica in St. Louis is a true marvel of architecture and art, a testament to the enduring power of faith and beauty. Its rich history and stunning design make it a must-see destination for anyone visiting the city or looking to deepen their connection to the Catholic Church.

🎵 @looprat_music @davenapalm 


🎥 @codycm #stlouisgram
Market street has been popping recently 👀

📷 @remrod 

It’s @stlcitysc game day ⚽️🏟️

Throwing it back to a time before @stlcitypark was completed. 

🎥 @thefilmlord 
🎶 @mvstermind 

📍 Tower Grove Park 

Founded in 1868 by Henry Shaw, he believed that parks were important “not only as ornaments to a great city, but as conducive to the health and happiness of its inhabitants and to the advancement of refinement and culture.”

Both Tower Grove Park and the neighboring Missouri Botanical Garden were part of the estate of 19th-century businessman and botanist Henry Shaw. In 1868, Shaw donated the land for the park to the city of St. Louis.


📸 @insidethelou #stlouisgram
Ain’t no view like the @gatewayarchstl 🤩✨💫

🎥 @williamalxnder 

It’s a @314day thing. 👀 #IYKYK 

Happy 314 Day STL, how are you celebrating today? 

📸 @kingyella #stlouisgram
The Spring Church 🌸⛪️

Located at Spring and Washington in @grandcenterartsdistrict is the Spring Church. Once formerly known as “the burned church” by locals, this 100 year-old structure was struck by lightning and caught fire in 2001. Fast forward almost 20-years he @pulitzerarts restored this church and turned it into a gathering space. 

Have you been to the Spring Church?

📸 @aliseobrienphotography 

Let’s settle the debate, winter or summer in #stl? ❄️☀️

📸 @timedtravels 

The best of the West ✨🤩

🎶 @sc00ter_br0wn 
📸 @ad.chss 

𝙍𝙞𝙫𝙚𝙧𝙗𝙤𝙖𝙩 𝙘𝙧𝙪𝙞𝙨𝙞𝙣’ ⛴

Music by: @bebetheneosoul 

📸 @riverboatsstl #stlouisgram
The Franz Artz House 🏰

Located in @soulardstlouis and built in 1876, the Franz Artz House is one of the most beautiful and pure examples of the Second Empire style in St. Louis. It’s one of only a couple of “free standing” or non-row house style houses in the Soulard. 

📸 @pics_by_skinner

𝒱𝒾𝑒𝓌𝓈 𝑜𝒻 𝓉𝒽𝑒 𝓁𝑜𝓊…

🎥 @alexdonmedia 

That’s how you do it! ⚡️⚽️🏟️

@stlcitysc threw their first, of many, block parties last night and it was absolutely electric. 

Shoutout to @mvstermind + the entire @stlcitysc tram for curating such a dope event. We cannot wait to see the contributions this brand brings to our city. 

It’s time, it’s been time. ♥️✨

Double sided | dedis elbuoD

📸 @sekondtry 

All of the lights lead to @armory_stl 😍💡

📸 @lbtl2012 

It’s match week, STL 🔥

Who’s ready? 

📸 @kenrearley 


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