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Merci Beaucoup


The 5th Annual Art of Travel event,

hosted on October 1, 2015, raised

more than $68,000 to benefit the

Lambert Art and Culture Program.

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Merci Beaucoup


The 5th Annual Art of Travel event,

hosted on October 1, 2015, raised

more than $68,000 to benefit the

Lambert Art and Culture Program.

A Destination

Concourse B was transformed into a moonlit Paris streetscape for Lambert-St. Louis International Airport’s 5th annual Art of Travel.  Guests were treated to a grand, red carpet entrance into the one-of-a-kind venue.  The glimmer of dozens of candles, the warm glow of street lamps, and the delicate aroma from lavender bouquets set the perfect mood.   Guests could even sample Absinthe, authentically prepared from a French fountain, and pick blooms from a Parisian flower cart.

Ooh la la

The Copper Collection, jewelry crafted by local metalsmiths from Lambert’s historic original roof, was the highlight of the evening.

bon appetit

Expert chefs with HMS Host flew in from all over the country to fill seven chef tables with the finest French cuisine.

magnifique

A 5-piece jazz band and two vocalists entertained throughout the night with jazz-fusion musical styles.


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Together


With community support, the acquisition

of new art works elevates the visual identity

of the Airport and promotes community pride.

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Together


With community support, the acquisition

of new art works elevates the visual identity

of the Airport and promotes community pride.

The mission of the Lambert Art and Culture Program is to create a visually outstanding impression of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, generate community pride, and ensure that art at Lambert continues to complement and build upon its rich visual legacy. 

The program was created as a component of the Airport Experience Campaign (2008-2014);  the largest interior renovation of Terminal 1 in its history.  An Airport Art Advisory Committee (AAAC), consisting of seven highly qualified local arts professionals appointed by the St. Louis City Mayor, oversee the program.

 

The AAAC reviews all works considered for commission, loan, gift or temporary exhibition. The first project for the program was the selection of nine local artists to create works for display on a set of art glass screens in Concourses A & C in 2012. The program also supports a series of curated art and culture exhibits by local and regional institutions in The Lambert Gallery in Terminal 1.

Through both visual and performing arts, the program aims to highlight the unique art and culture in the St. Louis region, as well as works from national and international scenes.

 

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The Art of Party


Make your next visit to the Airport

an event! Concourse B is now a

one-of-a-kind special event venue.

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The Art of Party


Make your next visit to the Airport

an event! Concourse B is now a

one-of-a-kind special event venue.

top chefs

Love the cuisine at Art of Travel?  Enjoy top-notch catering at your Airport event, provided by the chefs of HMS Host.

creative space

Concourse B offers up to 26,000 square feet of possibilities, complete with a stage and sweeping views of the airfield.

Guest friendly

Lambert can offer rooms and event services for most any function. Each space offers easy access and options for free or reduced parking.