Kate Gunn, the executive director for Argrageous Fridays, explains why she is passionate about local art. The next event is scheduled for Oct. 10-12.
Crochet is more than an artistic endeavor to Genevieve Howard. Her craft is also a connection to her late mother, a conversation starter and a way to help others.
Lisa Bartlett is the owner of the ARTlandish Gallery on Walnut Street and her work can be seen throughout the city.
Sumire Taniai will bring out the inner child of viewers of her upcoming exhibit "IMAGINATIVE PLAY" by utilizing colorful and fun paintings and sculptures.
Columbia artist Mary Anne Flesch uses a wide range of materials to produce unique pieces of art.
Scott Kronk works largely with thickened acrylic-based media and pallete knives.
Artist Elena Plackis specializes in painting photography and sculpture. In this column she discusses her inspiration and process.
Lynett Vallejo will be playing the role of "Kathy" in "Moonchildren" at the Rhynsburger Theatre on April 24-26 and May 1-4.
Shannah Arner describes what inspires her to create watercolor art.
Tracey Pfeiffer creates glitter replicas of local homes and landmarks out of cardboard and old packing material.
Reader Matt Ingram writes about participating in Summer Repertory Theatre at MU, which this year includes "Anything Goes" and "Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure."
Sarah Dresser of the Office of Cultural Affairs tells us about a craft beer tasting and gallery crawl that will take place this week.
Walter Hrycaj, director of the School of Metaphysics, shares information about an art show that will take place April 26 to 28 at the School of Metaphysics.
Shawna Johnson, Executive Director of Access Arts' School of Service, talks about an upcoming workshop featuring the photographs from Dr. Adrienne Hoard's exhibit, "Hiding in Plain Sight: Symbolic Messages in Indigenous Art."
Katie Rapp, a marketing intern for Orr Street Studios, is excited for the "Longviews" show — on exhibit now until March — and the Art of Food event on March 20.
Reader Scott Wilson invites you to the first Artrageous Friday event of 2013, in downtown Columbia on Jan. 18.
Sarah Dresser with Columbia's Office of Cultural Affairs writes about starting the new year with a bucket list of arts activities.
Craig Rooney, from the Missouri Contemporary Ballet's board of directors, talks about Thursday's choreographic installation performance.
MU journalism student and art lover Karen Rodriguez talks to fine arts student Ryan Johnson about why he loves what he does.
Librarian Brandy Sanchez talks about an upcoming trivia night, where participants will be challenged with literature-related questions.