NORTH VILLAGE ARTS DISTRICT NEWS
The most wonderful time of the year just got even more wonderful… Rose Music Hall is hosting Candy Cane Crib and we can’t wait to see what Rose Park looks like with their magic touch!
Kicking things off on First Friday, December 2 at 5pm will be a Curations573 Holiday Market in the Rose Music Hall parking lot so you can cross Christmas shopping off your to-do list. Cosmo from Y107 will help everyone get in the spirit as the MC for the Candy Cane Crib lighting ceremony at 6:30pm ! Plus– music by The Fried Crawdaddies, food by Angelina’s Tacos, appearances by Truman the Tiger, Santa Claus, and more. You don’t want to miss this event….see you there.
It’s hundreds of feet of artwork on mesh panels by Laura Pintel, John Fennell, Sawyer Wade, Mike Sleadd, Josh Runnels, Asia Long, Wildy Self, Lisa Bartlett, Tootie Burns, Shannon Webster, Sharyn Hyatt, Luana Fields, and Kate Gray. See photos from the reception celebration!
The “Gymnast” bronze sculpture by Larry Young Learn more
Don’t know your way around? Find tables at Love Columbia and the parking lot between Artlandish Gallery and Sager Reeves on Walnut Street. There will be people who will provide you with a map. View Map
Now until December 23rd | Wabash Alley near Fretboard Coffee and Wishflour Bakery
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This Friday! December 2nd! | 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM
More information below
Mareck Dance’s Annual ‘Choreographic Installation’
a performance featuring five new works choreographed by the company dancers.
This Friday!, December 2, 2022 | 6:00 PM & 7:00 PM
at Mareck Center for Dance Studios inside the Balsamo Warehouse
Tickets: $$$ at the door
Shannon Webster Studio & Gallery
Local musicians are featured at many venues and businesses throughout the North Village Art District including First Fridays. Be sure to visit each location’s website for who is playing and when.
Here are a few music venue calendars:
Fretboard Coffee Open Mic Night
Mid Missouri is fortunate to have a weekly radio program focused on visual art, music, literature, and more. Speaking of the Arts hosted by Diana Moxon the former Executive Director of the Columbia Art League interviews artmakers and explores all aspects of creative expression.
Speaking of the Arts can be heard Thursdays on 89.5 KOPN
from 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Speaking of the Arts is mid-Missouri’s only in-depth weekly arts show. Each week show host Diana Moxon talks with different arts makers about the theatre, literature, fine arts, film, and music happenings they create, and takes a peek behind the scenes at their inspirations, motivations, history and knowledge of particular plays, books, artworks and compositions.
Columbia’s Office of Cultural Affairs
The District – Downtown Columbia
University of Missouri
University of Missouri – School of Visual Studies
University of Missouri – Museum of Art and Archaeology
University of Missouri – George Caleb Bingham Gallery
Columbia College – Greg Hardwick Gallery
Columbia College – Sidney Larson Gallery
Missouri Citizens for the Arts
Missouri Alliance for Arts Education
Missouri River Festival of the Arts
Westminster College – National Churchill Museum
William Woods – Mildred M. Cox Gallery
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
NVAD Members: Be sure to check your email inbox for information about your membership dues for 2023!
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