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Portfolio Gallery — Come Visit Us
Portfolio Gallery & Education Center is located in an historic home behind Powell Symphony HallExhibits by the best local, regional and national African American artists. Enjoy the art, the warm social atmosphere and a lively exchange of ideas. Meet the artist. Learn the back-story. Go ahead—ask questions. Add to your collection or start one now.

Portfolio Education Center —
Learn Something New

If it’s a visual art, Portfolio has a working artist to teach it. Traditional school enrichment programs, after school classes, summer camp activities. Elementary, high school, adult, developmentally disabled education. Innovative program design for unique client groups and specialized interests.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday
10:00 am to 3:00 pm and by appointment at 314-265-0432.
Free and open to the public.

In The News
3/1/2014 - HEC-TV Presents -
The Creative World of Synthia Saint James

3/1/2014 - UDC Forum -
The Creative World of Synthia Saint James

1/16/2014 - The Edwardsville Intelligencer -
EAC (Edwardsville Art Center) to host Ebony Creations

1/9/2014 - St. Louis Public Radio -
Edwardsville Center Showcases African-American Art Through St. Louis’ Portfolio Gallery

5/30/2013 - What does a celebration of diversity look like? -
Portfolio partners with Ritenour Middle School

2/8/2013 - St. Louis Magazine -
Artists of Multimedia "Reclamation Project" Seek to see St. Louis Anew

2/7/2013 - The St. Louis American - Reclamation exhibit opens Saturday at Portfolio

Portfolio Gallery is a member of the ALLIANCE OF BLACK ART GALLERIES

Current exhibit

Missouri Valley Impressionist Society's:
4th Annual National Juried art show
March 21 - May 16
Saturday, May 16, 2015 from 4-7 pm

The Robert A. Rashad “101 Society”

Robert Rashad
I would like to introduce my college friend, Robert A. Rashad to you and share with you “Contribution 101” which he shared with me. As in college “101 classes” are beginning classes and for many, so is contributing to small, not for profit 501C3 organizations. Read more...