Support Art in Travel at Lambert Airport
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport will open its doors for the 2nd Annual Art of Travel event honoring its art scene.
Thursday Lambert-St. Louis International Airport will open Concourse B for the 2nd Annual Art of Travel event featuring local artists supporting the airport’s Art and Culture Program with a silent auction.
The event is set to the theme of the Groovin’ ‘70s. It's open to the public and guest are encouraged to dress up or dress down in their best '70s wardrobes. Individual tickets and sponsorships for the Art of Travel are still available on the website by clicking here.
In the last 18 months, Lambert has installed 11 new works of art including nine art glass screens on the A and C Concourses in an effort to revive the airport’s art scene.
During Thursday’s event, Airport Director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge will announce the goal for the next art project at Lambert and honor some of the artist credited with the airport's vast display.
The silent auction is a new component of the benefit which will feature works from more than a dozen local artists with values up to $3,000 and more.
The event begin at 6 p.m in the lower level of Terminal 1 on Concourse B. Parking is complimentary with ticket purchase.