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.
The MU Art and Artifacts Committee said the project will be completed by the beginning of the fall semester.
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.
On Friday, DanceWalk COMO started its parade at Artlandish Gallery and wound through downtown to end where it began.
The Kingdom of Calontir, a regional kingdom of the Society for Creative Anachronism, held a fighting practice and symposium Saturday at MU.
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.
The three-day Blind Boone Ragtime and Early Jazz Festival continues through Wednesday evening at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts.
Barbara O'Brien has been serving as the chief curator and director of exhibitions and collections for the museum.
The Missouri Symphony Orchestra presented its "Strike Up the Band" concert Thursday evening at Stephens Lake Park Amphitheater.
Yun Fan, a leaf cutting artist from Weifang, China, is spending June in Columbia to host workshops and presentations on her technique.
Artists, musicians, vendors and art enthusiasts met Saturday afternoon at Stephens Lake Park for the 54th annual Art in the Park. The art festival will end Sunday.
Guests will have an opportunity to see, taste and experience the event as artists, food vendors and live entertainers share their talents with Columbia on Saturday and Sunday. .
Few people walking by the spot Monday morning seemed to give much attention to the change. The mosaic had been covered by a tarp since 2007.
The Office of Cultural Affairs is seeking input on artwork for the fifth floor of the addition to the Daniel Boone City Building. Artist Joel Sager has proposed a series of three architectural paintings for the space.
"Benton Speaks: Fifty Years Later" will feature clips from an extensive 1962 interview with the artist.
Known as "Heez on Fire," a stage name stemming from his high-school days, Tim Hanson records and manages local artists out of his three-bedroom house.
The women in the 50 Plus Program share a love of art as well as strong friendships developed over time.
Three Columbia College professors will retire in May, cutting the art department staff by about one-third.
Amy Company and her sixth-grade class participated in the "guerilla art" theme for April's Artrageous Friday.