The True/False Film Fest has stimulated Columbia's downtown businesses with its rapid growth.
Joseph Edwards treated True/False crowds with guitar melodies and rhythmic percussion Saturday afternoon at the intersection of Ninth and Locust streets.
Burns, the daughter of Ken Burns, was in Columbia on Wednesday night to screen the documentary about five teenage boys and the case of a female jogger who was raped and assaulted in 1989 in Central Park.
Eighteen Ugandan children performed a blend of African and American songs and dances on Wednesday night at the First Baptist Church.
Margie Crosby's award-winning artwork was inspired by her aunt who had Lou Gehrig's disease.
The Third Goal Film Festival screened five documentaries in an effort to advance Peace Corps’ Third Goal: "Helping promote a better understanding of other peoples on the part of Americans."
The Art for Autism program provides children with autism and other developmental challenges an opportunity to learn from local artists and create their own work. The exhibition opens Tuesday at the PS Gallery downtown and will last through March 15.
The exhibit at Imago Gallery and Cultural Center is called "The Long Now." A percentage of the proceeds from sales will be donated to the True Life Fund.
Kerry Hirth has synesthesia, a neurological condition in which one sensory experience will stimulate another sense. Hirth sees music in terms of color and uses that experience to create art.
Senior Alexus Collins started dance when she was 6 years old. Collins, who says dancing defines who she is, plans to continue performing even after graduating from Stephens College in May.
Funds will be raised through a silent auction in which each artist can donate one piece of artwork. At 2 p.m. Sunday, each artist will call the highest bidder to pick up their item and write their check to the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.
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Anti-Prop 2 groups representing developers are trying to convince voters that the lion’s share of the cost of new roads for new developments should continue to be heavily subsidized by taxpayers.
Audio commentary, photos and navigation are all included on the mobile tour that takes users across the city's artistic landscape.
Buy a tiger and help a Missouri charity was the theme of Tigers on the Prowl auction.
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.
A National Science Foundation grant will fund the Science ARTreach program between MU and Lee Elementary.
First strangers, then friends and now co-authors, three Columbia residents have released a book that explores life's journey through a metaphor of a house with six doors.
Bush and Keller Auditoriums, Rhynsburger Theatre and the Odd Fellows Lodge were added to the list of 2015 True/False Film Fest venues.
The poster depicts local musicians, wooden soldiers and cyclists along the river port. It was chosen from a pool of 87 entries by a jury of five people from Columbia's culture and arts community.