This contributor writes that he learns something different each time he attends a performance.
Krishna Fogle talks about English country dancing with the Mid-Missouri Traditional Dancers.
Squarepeg's owner, artist and artisan, Peg Craig, invites students into more than just an art studio. It's also a relaxing home away from home.
Bill Wilkey came to MU to pursue his fascination of ceramics, but what he found was a community.
Jennifer Perlow, owner of PS:Gallery, talks about Catherine Armbrust's show at the George Caleb Bingham Gallery.
Ellis Fischel Cancer Center's Artful Bra Contest will feature about 70 decorated bras that will be sold through a silent auction.
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The State Historical Society of Missouri will host an exhibit showcasing political cartoons from the past 100 years.
Columbia's community theater companies are going strong thanks to enthusiastic volunteers, involved families and dedicated audiences.
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.
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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.
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.
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.
The Office of Cultural Affairs expects the establishment of Columbia Arts Foundation to provide more art opportunities and events.
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.
Missouri artists donated their time and talents to paint murals on nine downtown stormwater drains as part of an educational public art project.
Only a handful of tickets are left for this year's Boone Dawdle.
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.
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.