The theater wants to supplement city and taxpayer contributions to rebuild after a fire last April.
British Ambassador Nigel Sheinwald and journalist and author Max Hastings will headline The Churchill Weekend early next month at Westminster College in Fulton.
The $22,000 machine will be a strong asset for the art program.
Fawcett wore the suit for what became one of the best-selling posters of all time.
Paul Jackson said that his rights as an artist have been violated by MU.
PACE, a children's acting group, will perform "The Yellow Boat," a play based on the true story of a child's battle with AIDS during the 1980s. PACE hopes to educate the Columbia community about the issue.
Two teams, each composed of two MU journalism students, are among 10 competing to interview celebrities attending the 83rd Academy Awards.
The three paintings, which last toured together in 1980, will be shown from April to August in Kansas City and from September to January in St. Louis.
If you’ve ever walked through Perlow-Stevens Gallery, you’ve probably noticed Joel Sager’s work: oil paintings of people and objects, often made with bits of wallpaper or fabric and finished with a sepia wash. The Columbia painter finds whimsy in everyday objects – an old fan, a hammer or a handful of chive blossoms from the garden.
For decades, MU composer Thomas McKenney has written and championed electronic music, experimenting with sounds made by machines or transformed by them. One of his most recent works was inspired by Wallace Stevens' "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird."
MU playwright David Crespy draws deeply from his dreams to write plays and to teach playwriting. One thing no artist should do, he says, is let someone else tell you what your dreams mean.
The goal of the new version is to keep the word from being a barrier to reading "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and "Tom Sawyer."
Students performed during the event that was meant to raise awareness about the Imagination Library.
The Church of St. Mary the Virgin and St. Paul's Cathedral in London will ring their bells in tandem.
The Columbia Office of Cultural Affairs is looking for a local artist to paint the traffic signal box at Broadway and Seventh Street, the fourth location in the Traffic Box Art Project.
The pencil drawings were sold at an auction Saturday, and at least half of the dozen works were purchased by buyers who will donate them to Kansas City institutions.
After closing its doors Nov. 1, the downtown arts center Carpe Diem is back and now eligible to receive donations and arts grants.
The Mid-Missouri Comics Collective held its 5th annual "24 Hour Comics Day" at the Artlandish art gallery in Columbia. At the event, local comics artists tried to create 24 comics pages in 24 hours straight.
The final size of the sculpture will be three times as large as the model and will cost about $200,000.
There were 300 entries for the art show and awards in 11 categories.