Category Cultural Affairs
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The 22nd Annual Celebration of the Life & Teaching of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This year's theme: "Harmonious Voices in a Diverse Community."
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Head down to the North Village Arts District on the first Friday of each month from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. to experience a one-of-a-kind FREE art crawl. Galleries, shops and business will be open to the public with music,...
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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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Artist Beth Nybeck's residency at Battle High School sparks students' interest in the arts and adds to the growing culture of the school with a large, collaborative metal sculpture.
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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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For 24 years, the city of Columbia has come together to celebrate the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., but also to continue his dream of a diverse and inclusive community. This year a record-breaking 1100...
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The City of Columbia implemented its Traffic Box Art program two years ago. Meet involved artist Kate Gray and learn about the inspiration behind her artwork.