Flood Plain is a non-profit, artist-run art space located in St. Louis’s Gravois Park neighborhood, founded in September 2017. Flood Plain is dedicated to exploring new ways of being and of being together in the world through collective experiences around art. We aim to support St. Louis’ artistic communities by showcasing the work of socially, aesthetically and intellectually experimental artists, and by facilitating connections between St. Louis and the creative communities of the Midwest and South. Flood Plain is proud to be a fiscally sponsored project of Midwest Artist Project Services (MAPS). Flood Plain is Liz Wolfson, Amelia-Colette Jones, and Trina Van Ryn.

Open Saturday 12-5pm during exhibitions or by appointment.

We proudly partner with Rose Raft and Truman State University


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Liz Wolfson, co-director


Amelia Jones, co-director


Trina Van Ryn, co-director