Sat, June 11, 10:00am - 11:00am
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For this series, 36 local women were asked, by our dear French friend and artist, Françoise Olivier, to recommend a public place they loved best in St. Louis. 

This exhibit was inspired by a famous Hokusai woodblock print masterpiece known as Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji.


EXHIBIT: 36 Views of St. Louis

ARTIST: Françoise Olivier

DATE: Saturday, June 11, 2022, 

TIME: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
LOCATION: St. Louis Public Library - Central Library

ADDRESS: 1301 Olive St · St. Louis, MO
PARKING: Parking is always a challenge at the Central Library. Olive Street and Locust Street will probably have many parking spaces available, but they are all metered parking. Meters take both coins and credit cards. You can use the Library's parking lot, one block away from Central Library on the northwest corner of Olive & 15th Street. I will have the gates open so you can simply drive-in.


There will be a reception with coffee and pastries in the Carnegie Room, and then we will be guided to the exhibit on the third floor.

For those who want to know more about the library, smaller groups can have staff-led brief tours into the Fine Arts and the Steedman Library, to see special collections and some of the beautiful and rare displays.


PLEASE RVSP BY FRIDAY JUNE 3rd, 2022 to mentorprogramstl@gmail.com. Please add the number of guests you are bringing you so they can plan the event properly.