INVITATION: Share what's happening in Columbia's art scene

Tuesday, October 9, 2012 | 9:00 a.m. CDT; updated 10:50 a.m. CDT, Monday, October 22, 2012

Have something from Columbia's arts and culture scene that you'd like to share with the rest of the community? Become a part of ArtTalk.

The Columbia Missourian is launching a new project to help celebrate and unite Columbia’s art scene. The feature is called ArtTalk, and it's a space where people from the arts community are invited to tell us what’s cooking around town. We’ll publish your submissions on our website and sometimes also in our print edition.

Find previous ArtTalk submissions here.

The rules? There aren’t many. Describe works of art, places, events, workshops, exhibits or anything else arts-related. Submissions can include, but aren’t limited to:

— Visual art
— Music
— Poetry/writing
— Street art
— Jewelry
— Dance
— Events (like fairs, openings, shows, etc.)
— School art projects
— Artist profiles
— Anything else you think people might find interesting

The only restriction is that you can't share your own work.

To submit, fill out the form below or email the same information to us at

This invitation is part of the Missourian's partnership with the Public Insight Network. Read more about that here.

Questions? Contact Joy Mayer, the Missourian's director of community outreach, at or 573-882-8182.

Like what you see here? Become a member.

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