The Association of Graduate Art Students hosted an open studio to assist art students with explaining their work to the public.
The artist hopes that her exhibit will open up discussions about mental health.
The exhibit, lasting until May 5, is paired with a fundraising event this week that matches the art with tapas dishes.
Berkley Hudson, along with four childhood friends, opened up the first exhibit in Columbia to showcase his 30-year-old project.
Sager Braudis Gallery is the new spot for the festival’s headquarters.
The series, “Rewrite,” displayed at MU’s Visual Art and Design Showcase, presents modern-day twists on popular paintings.
‘Blind Date: Collaboration Edition’ will fill your Valentine’s evening with crafts and food.
More than 50 pieces of art were on display opening night.
The Undergraduate Visual Art & Design Showcase features art of all mediums from MU students.
Columbia’s nasty women unite to make nasty art.
Inaugural showcase awards $10,000 in prizes to student artists displaying work across various mediums.
Local art show gives back to community in more ways than one.
The event followed “Hate Wall” as a way to bring all participants into a more intimate space.
One MU student's art project has inspired the piano man in all of us.
From fashion to wooden utensils to photographs, various types of artwork from different time periods were on display.
Orr Street Studios partners up with Daniel Boone Regional Library for their annual One Read program.
The George Caleb Bingham Gallery remembers one of their alumni in their biannual alumni exhibition.
The studio has a record year.
The gallery will have its inaugural reception under the new name on June 5.
Her installation, Famous are the Flowers, will feature a total of 21,000 flowers.