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Lambert Art & Culture Program

Created in 2008, STL’s Arts program is an ever-growing, ever-changing showcase of cultural diversity and creative talent not only in St. Louis, but worldwide. The terminals and surrounding facilities incorporate rotating art exhibits and permanent public artworks. The Lambert Art and Culture Program is funded entirely by the Art of Travel gala, donations and grants from the Regional Arts Commission. 

Please visit to see our latest exhibitions, upcoming events, and to learn more about how the program is transforming our airport and supporting the local arts community.

Call for Exhibitors: Temporary Exhibitions for 2022-2025

St. Louis Lambert International Airport is seeking exhibition ideas from artists, makers, curators, and arts, culture, and science organizations in St. Louis and the surrounding area (within 150 miles of the Airport) interested in curating and producing exhibitions at the Airport. Ideas will be reviewed by the Airport Art Advisory Committee (AAAC). Selected organizations, curators and artists will be invited to develop a full proposal for one of the exhibition spaces and paid a fee to curate, install and de-install an exhibit to be seen by millions of Airport visitors. 

Applications are due by November 8, 2021.  

2021 Call for Exhibitors

Call for Exhibitors Application

Dream Beyond the Clouds by Martin Donlin

Dream Beyond the Clouds was commissioned by the Lambert Art and Culture Program to celebrate the life and legacy of airport founder Major Albert Bond Lambert and to mark the 100th anniversary of STL.