Category Cultural Affairs
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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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This video features students reading from their poems or essays describing how there is unity in our community despite our differences. The video was featured at the Columbia Values Diversity Celebration Thursday, Ja...
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Mark your calendars! The Heritage Festival and Craft Show is this weekend Sept. 16 & 17 from 10 am to 5 pm. Live entertainment, education, shopping, and dining come together at historic Nifong Park for two days p...
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Columbia’s collection of public art can now be experienced on your mobile device. Use the free mobile app to guide you on a tour of over 35 pieces of public art around town. Each stop on the tour includes photos, writ...
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Come celebrate the 4th of July in downtown Columbia! Karen Chandler, superintendent of the Parks and Recreation department, talks about everything that's going on for the 64th annual Fire in the Sky celebration.
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Norleen Nosri, a ceramics artist, creates a tea set for community, the last Percent for Art project in Columbia's city hall.
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Firefighters ring the last call bell when one of their own dies in the line of duty. Now, there is a ceramic memorial to honor those who have given their lives in an effort to save others.
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Learn how the City of Columbia Neighborhood Services, Office of Cultural Affairs and the District have teamed up to combat downtown graffiti.
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From bland to beautiful: learn the inspiration behind Madeleine Marie LeMieux's 2016 addition to the Columbia, Missouri, traffic box art program.