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MU exhibit showcases how political cartoons have changed over the years

The State Historical Society of Missouri will host an exhibit showcasing political cartoons from the past 100 years.

Loyal support keeps Columbia Entertainment Company going

Columbia's community theater companies are going strong thanks to enthusiastic volunteers, involved families and dedicated audiences.

PHOTO GALLERY: John Mayall, Al Green perform at Roots 'N' Blues

Al Green and John Mayall performed Saturday night at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival in downtown Columbia. The performance were among several on the second day of the festival.

 

Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ: what you should know

Gear up for the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival with information on who's playing, where to go, how to get there and what to bring. And get a preview with our Spotify playlist and video clips.

PHOTO GALLERY: Musician T.J. Wheeler trains Grant Elementary students

Musician T.J. Wheeler is at Grant Elementary School for a one-week residency to train students who will perform Saturday at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.

Gallery, museum crawl exposes visitors to MU cultural institutions

The seventh annual event included stops at nine locations on campus, including the chancellor's home, the Museum of Art and Archaeology and the Enns Entomology Museum.

Beth Nybeck's design recommended for Short Street garage art

The Commission on Cultural Affairs voted unanimously to recommend Kansas City artist Beth Nybeck's "Tidal Murmur" design for an art sculpture outside the parking garage being built on Short Street.

With new funding program, an effort to improve Columbia's arts community

The Office of Cultural Affairs expects the establishment of Columbia Arts Foundation to provide more art opportunities and events.

 

Artists compete to add their sculptures outside Short Street garage

Artists are competing to have their sculpture concepts displayed in front of the Short Street garage. The artist whose concept is chosen based on community feedback will be given $58,000 to complete the artwork. 

Artists decorate downtown Columbia stormwater drains

Missouri artists donated their time and talents to paint murals on nine downtown stormwater drains as part of an educational public art project.

Boone Dawdle 2012 to feature unique film, band

Only a handful of tickets are left for this year's Boone Dawdle.

Katy Trail painting chosen for Columbia's annual commemorative poster

The work, painted by local artist Colette Brumbaugh, will be sold for $15 by Columbia's Office of Cultural Affairs. Proceeds will go toward city arts programs and local art organizations.

Despite the heat, Lucinda Williams concert draws crowd to park

Columbia residents braved the heat to enjoy the first in what Thumper Entertainment hopes will become a series of concerts at Stephens Lake Park. Lucinda Williams headlined the event.

UPDATE: Former location of Tiger Spot mosaic to be covered with brick

The MU Art and Artifacts Committee said the project will be completed by the beginning of the fall semester.

Artists, Columbia officials meet before starting Short Street garage designs

The Standing Committee on Public Art met with the finalists to give the artists as much information as possible before they start creating a design for the Short Street garage.

DanceWalk COMO parades through downtown Columbia

On Friday, DanceWalk COMO started its parade at Artlandish Gallery and wound through downtown to end where it began.

Medieval reenactment group holds event at MU

The Kingdom of Calontir, a regional kingdom of the Society for Creative Anachronism, held a fighting practice and symposium Saturday at MU.

Mid-Missouri artists to educate with downtown storm drain murals

Thumper Entertainment, the city's Stormwater Utility and nine mid-Missouri artists are working to create murals around storm drains. The murals are intended to educate the community about the pollutants they are throwing down the drains.

Ragtime enthusiasts celebrate the past while moving into the future

The three-day Blind Boone Ragtime and Early Jazz Festival continues through Wednesday evening at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts.

Kansas City modern art museum names new director

Barbara O'Brien has been serving as the chief curator and director of exhibitions and collections for the museum.

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