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.
The documentary film festival returns to Columbia Feb. 28 to March 3 for its 10th season. It offers movie screenings, parties, panel discussions, a parade, a 5K run and other events.
Ragtag Cinema plans to give a sculpture of a robot named "Lumen" to the city for display. Artist Greg Orloff created the sculpture as a mascot for the Ragtag Needs Robots! fundraising campaign.
The films hail from around the world and delve into topics such as computer chess, orcas in captivity and a nonfiction account of the events depicted in "Zero Dark Thirty."
In June, the Missouri Contemporary Ballet will perform "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland."
The New York director is in Columbia to lead Stephens College's production of "The Tempest."
Director Alex Barker said the three works will deepen students' understanding of Korean culture.
Jennifer Perlow, owner of PS:Gallery, talks about "Beauty and the Beholder," the Columbia Art League's current exhibit.
Sarah Dresser with Columbia's Office of Cultural Affairs writes about starting the new year with a bucket list of arts activities.
First Night Columbia 2013 will kick off with a 5K run/walk at 4 p.m. Monday and entertain attendees with more than 50 performances throughout the night.
The fall blues festival could move from downtown to Stephens Lake Park next year, pending city approval.
First Night Columbia, a city-sponsored New Year's Eve celebration, will open at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 31. Entertainment is planned from 7 p.m. until the fireworks display at midnight.
The Canvas on Broadway, which has been open for seven months, allows people to create a predetermined paintings while listening to music and enjoying drinks.
Josh Chittum, an assistant director at "We Always Swing" Jazz Series, shares his excitement over Terell Stafford Quintet's performance on Sunday at Murry's.
Ragtag hosted a special screening of "Generation Silent," a film about discrimination against elderly LGBT people.
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.