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More than a dozen Career Awareness Related Experience (C.A.R.E.) students spent their summer painting the Locust Street tunnel at Columbia, Missouri's Flat Branch Park with local artist, Madeleine LeMieux.
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Art means culture. Art means education. Art means entertainment. With the help of Americans for the Arts, the City of Columbia has solid proof that ... art means business. Locally, the nonprofit arts and culture indus...
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Beth Nybeck, a Kansas City metal sculpture artist, designed the artwork for the new Short Street parking garage. Learn what inspired Nybeck to create Tidal Murmur for the City of Columbia's Percent for Art program.
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By day, Tony St. Romaine resolves conflicts as the Deputy City Manager for the City of Columbia, Missouri. In his spare time, St. Romaine resolves to become a better painter, one brush stroke and tutorial video at a t...
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The City of Columbia's interior and exterior landscape is enriched by the arts. Take a tour of City Hall and discover several Percent for Art treasures.
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Amanda Harms is a writer, illustrator, and now, traffic box artist. Harms, who believes that it’s never too late to start something new, explains how she juggles her family, career, and creative interests. You can fin...
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Each first Friday of the month, locals and visitors explore the North Village Arts District to experience a one-of-a-kind FREE art crawl. Amidst the galleries, businesses, and shops open to the public, one unique craf...
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The Office of Cultural Affairs offers annual funding to nonprofit arts agencies in Columbia. Find out about the funding process and how it benefits the community.
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A look back at this year's Heritage Festival and Craft Show, where visitors were "taken back to the traditions of the past." The Heritage Festival featured tons of fun and informative activities for all ages: Traditio...