NVAD Village News March 2023

The Artsy


First Friday

Come to NVAD’s free art crawl! Every first Friday of the month from 6 – 9pm, galleries, shops, and businesses open their doors to provide musical entertainment, art displays, activities, snacks, and much more. Don’t miss out on this family-friendly event.

First Friday is this week,
March 3rd!

John Fennell photo

Upcoming Events in the North Village Arts District

North Village Arts District First Friday

This Friday! March 3rd! | 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM

True/False Film Fest

March 2nd through March 5th

The Feminist Identity an art exhibit by Lisa Bartlett
On display at Talking Horse Productions, 210 Saint James Street for the months of March and April.
Opening reception on Saturday, March 11, 5:30 to 7 PM. In conjunction with Women’s History month.

The Everyday Goddess @ Serendipity Salon and Gallery
Please save the date, and purchase your ticket, for an evening of women celebrating and honoring women.
Inspiring speakers, art, music, dance, food, fashion, community, friends, sisters… if you identify as a woman, please join us for the inaugural Serendipity Everyday Goddess Event on Saturday, March 11, 6-9pm. https://www.facebook.com/events/1316927715901498

Annual Orr Street Farmers & Artisans Market Meeting
You are invited to join the annual ORRFAM organizational meeting on Sunday, March 5th at 1:30pm.
We’ll be meeting at the Daniel Boone Library in conference room A. 

Pi Day Event at Cafe Berlin March 14th (3.14) Music & Market 6-9pm

Music & Market 5-9pm  🥧  ARTISAN ANNOUNCEMENT  🥧  what a stacked market!
Whether you’re looking for vintage clothes, records, jewelry, or literally anything else — our patio is where you’ll find it! Plus — giveaways, raffle, jam session, and more! SAVE THE DATE! Pi day!

Mareck Dance’s LIVE Spring Performance @ Missouri Theatre
Friday April 7, Saturday April 8  Tickets for Friday Performance   Tickets for Saturday Performance

True/False Film Festival

Beginning March 2nd through March 5th, Columbians will welcome thousands of people to experience the True/False Film Festival, which features documentary films created by filmmakers worldwide. Growing in popularity since its beginning in 2004, the festival has gained the reputation of being one of the best non-fiction film events in the country. 

As always, the festival will begin with the March March. Free to the public, everyone is encouraged to participate. Wear colorful costumes, dance, make lots of noise, and help kick off a weekend of magical creativity! Amazing filmmaking is not the only experience celebrated at the True/False Film Festival. Music and visual arts are spotlighted as well. Festival goers will find a variety of music genres playing in various venues around town. Art installations and exhibitions are included in the creative mix, so while you are in between films, don’t forget to visit all the unique shops, boutiques, galleries, and small businesses in the North Villages Arts District and see what you discover. Find more information at truefalse.org.

Featured NVAD Artist:

Jenny McGee

March first Friday Jenny will be showcasing her latest abstracts and 8-foot lakeside landscape painting in her art studio. These pieces were just exhibited in the Hamptons NY and she is so excited to introduce them to the Columbia FF community. She will also have 4 new local collages on display: Broadway Street, Booches, Shakespeare, and Herman Missouri. 


Jenny's 8-foot lakeside landscape painting

Music in the Village

Check out the North Village Art District for local music! From Café Berlin to Fretboard Coffee’s Open Mic Night, many venues and businesses in the area feature talented local musicians. Visit each location’s website for show times and updates. Don’t miss out on the fun of First Fridays too! Rose Music Hall, The Blue Note, and more all have music-filled events you won’t want to miss.

Here are a few music venue calendars:

Cafe Berlin

The Blue Note

Fretboard Coffee Open Mic Night

Rose Music Hall

North Village Art Walk Featuring:

“Latitude” by Nathan Pierce

This 8 ft. tall sculpture by Nathan Pierce is located on the Walnut St. Courtyard. It sets in front of Serendipity and Artworks Studios, next to the Atrium and across the street from Sager Reeves Gallery.

Using line, form, and color “Latitude” becomes a vertical expression of place. By focusing on the vertical line, the sculpture contradicts the horizons of the environment.

Speaking of the Arts

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 art makers 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.

Do you know about Museum Associates, Inc?

Museum Associates, Inc. is a friends group established in 1976 in support of the University of Missouri’s Museum of Art and Archaeology. Through its fundraising efforts, memberships, gifts, and sales from the Museum Store, the organization supports the work of the Museum of Art and Archaeology by building on the size and quality of the Museum’s acquisitions, exhibitions, publications, and educational programs. Contributions support the growth of one of mid-Missouri’s most important cultural resources.

Click here to learn how to become a Friend of the Museum!
To see their latest activities and newsletter click here.

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