NVAD Village News April 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,
April 7th!

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This Month in the North Village Arts District!

North Village Arts District First Friday
This Friday! April 7th! | 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Serendipity Salon & Gallery First Friday 6-9 pm
Dave Walker ‘Fabricscapes’ exhibit and Julie Walker, folk singer, on stage

Sager Reeves Gallery April 7-27
‘CATS & DOGS’ exhibit 

Orr Street Studios First Friday 6-9 pm
‘POY: Pictures of the Year’ exhibit and Musical entertainment by Caleb, Alexander and Myra Fox

Artlandish Gallery First Friday 6-9 pm
Ring in spring with revelry and merriment! Live music, lovey-dovey art, and fire spinning!

Rose Music Hall First Friday Happy Hour
Featuring the Fried Crawdaddies 5:30 pm Doors | 6:00 pm Show

Curations573 First Friday 6-9 pm
Live Music with Spencer Camp, International Saxophonist

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

Unbound book festival April 20–23, 2023

We always swing jazz series | April is Jazz Appreciation Month!
Click HERE to see a full list of all the ways you can celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month!

Orr Street Farm & Art Market begins Sunday, April 30!
At the Wabash Train Station every Sunday from 9 am to 1 pm

Stephens College Presents ‘Liminal Space: A Journey of Self-Discovery’ April 10-20, 2023
Senior Portfolio Exhibition | Davis Gallery

Columbia Area Earth Day Festival – Sunday, April 23, 2023  12:00 PM 7:00 PM
Find out more at columbiaearthday.com

Talking Horse Productions, “I Love you, You’re Perfect, Now Change” April 21-23 and 27-30
Visit talkinghorseproductions.org for more information

Summerfest at Rose Park!
See the list of upcoming events at rosemusichall.com

North Village Art Walk Featuring:

“A Sweet Missouri Hike”
Mural by Adrienne Luther

This mural is located in the stairwell connected Walnut St. to North Village Alley. Seated next to the Dr. Leo Falkenstein Gallery and Shannon Webster’s Art Studio and Gallery, the mural wraps around the Equipment Share office space.


Inspired by the springtime trails at Rock Bridge State Park, this design celebrates mid-Missouri’s rolling hills and vibrant flora while drawing influence from regional folk art. It is the artist’s intent that you will take a few deep breaths amongst the art before exiting this stairwell. This bright little nook is a perfect place to pause and appreciate the day.

About the Artist: Adrienne is a local muralist and illustrator inspired by nature, music, and community. When she isn’t painting, you can find her working at Cafe Berlin, walking the MKT, and writing local menu boards. View more of her work at adrienneluther.com

Columbia Area Earth Day Festival

Sunday, April 23, 2023  12:00 PM-7:00 PM

The annual Columbia Area Earth Day Festival is back! Join in the fun and education as we celebrate Mother Earth and work to protect her. You will find lots of information on Eco Avenue, our sustainability block between 7th & 8th on Elm Street. Get gardening tips, talk with solar vendors, buy some sustainable products and learn about organizations working to save the planet. You will also find great entertainment on our Peace Park and Sub Shop stages featuring something for everyone. Our Kids Park offers lots of fun for kids as they learn from our education and parks partners about conservation and nature. Visit over 150 booths featuring artisans and businesses, organizations and food trucks. Come spend the day and celebrate and learn!

Find out more at columbiaearthday.org

Featured NVAD Artist:

Jane Mudd

Jane Mudd paints landscapes, portraits, figures, still lifes, and sometimes otherworldly scenarios —commissions and public art as well. She has been an artist at Orr Street Studios since its beginning and loves the fellowship and diverse range of inspirational talents and personalities at the studios. She’s grateful for the energy and support of the Columbia art scene. Jane is a recently retired Assistant Professor from William Woods University.

Jane Mudd artist
Jane Mudd in her studio at Orr Street Studios

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.

April First Friday Music

Serendipity Salon & Gallery First Friday 6-9 pm
Julie Walker, folk singer, on stage

Orr Street Studios First Friday 6-9 pm
Music by Caleb, Alexander and Myra Fox

Artlandish Gallery First Friday 6-9 pm
Live music by Keith Fletcher

Rose Music Hall First Friday Happy Hour!
Featuring the Fried Crawdaddies 5:30 pm Doors | 6:00 pm Show

Curations573 First Friday 6-9 pm
Live Music with Spencer Camp, International Saxophonist

Music venue calendars:

Cafe Berlin

The Blue Note

Fretboard Coffee Open Mic Night

Rose Music Hall

Unbound Book Festival
April 20-23

The Unbound Book Festival brings nationally and internationally recognized authors of world-class renown to Columbia, Missouri, to talk about their books, their work, and their lives. Our mission is to bring together readers and writers to create diverse communities, and to expose participants to new ideas and authors in order to inspire a lifelong love of books and reading.

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!

Have questions about this page or the North Village Arts District? Contact us

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