Please come up the stairs to KOPN (915 E Broadway) during Artrageous Weekend and view the Lee Expressive Arts School all-school show. All classes, K-5 are showing in a variety of media– clay, assemblage, collage, wire, paint, prismacolors.
Saturday and Sunday hours, too
Artlandish Gallery Art-Fest-0-Rama for Artrageous
Artlandish Gallery is the place where over 45 artists show and sell their work. The work is handcrafted with love and kindness including unique gifts, fine craft, fine art, pottery, glass, jewelry, and wearables. Your support is important to the local economy and the community. Thank you for supporting the arts in CoMo!
Live Music by:
6-7:30pm David Dearnley- A great singer songwriter.
7-9pm Johnny Fox- Fantastic blues man
7:30-9pm The Baraka Project-Turkish Music!
Fire spinning by Burn Circus & Friends (if weather allows)
Brian J. Horsch (from Stull, Kansas) will be at Bluestem during Artrageous Weekend. He is a creator of hand built and thrown ceramic sculpture, focusing on human and animal forms both real and unreal.
Many of Brian’s pieces are functional with human or animal accents. He has, he says, “a special affinity for farmers, ranchers, and indigenous Midwest critters.”
Hours: Monday thru Saturday 10:00am to 6:00pm | Friday 10:00am to 8:30pm | Sunday Noon to 5:00pm
Boone County National Bank and the Columbia Art League present the 55th Annual Boone County Art Show, located at 720 East Broadway inside the bank. Nearly 200 works from professional and non-professional artists are on display and on sale for art enthusiasts. The show is free and open to the public on Saturday, October 11 from 9am to 5pm and Sunday, October 12 from 11am to 5pm. A special fund-raising reception is held to support the Art League on Friday, October 10 from 8pm to 10pm. Contact the Columbia Art League for details on this unique event. For more information on the Boone County Art Show contact Mary Wilkerson at Boone County National Bank or Diana Moxon at the Columbia Art League.
Friday, October 10th from 6-8 Rockbridge High School art students will Art Busk on our sidewalk outside of CAL. This is a wild and wacky musical chairs of art making. So fun!
Saturday, October 11th at 11:30 our Saturday Art Adventures kiddos will reveal what they’ve been working on for the past 6-weeks, an interactive fantasy city-scape.
From 1-3 PM Rock Bridge high school students will be here with Face-O-Mat, the amazing portrait booth machine!
(Located in the alley behind D-Sport on Walnut)
Dogwood will open its doors for Artrageous on Friday night (October 10th) with invited artist Charlie Thompson. Catherine Armbrust will have her hand-dyed scarves for sale, and the usual cast of Dogwood residents will be available to give art crawlers a look into their creative spaces. Dogwood will be closed Saturday and Sunday.
Grindstone Studio is a creative workshop for printing artists. Our studio prints and sells original lithographs, woodcuts and etchings by local, national and international artists. The studio has an ongoing exhibition space showcasing studio and workshop artists.
Exhibition Hours: Tuesday-Friday 3-5 pm & by appointment
Production Hours: Call for times
Specializing in unique paper goods for you, your home and your baby. Hoot is also a full service marketing and branding shoppe, with years of experience in the advertising and design world. Our clients include Open Studio Pilates, MEHA, VAMC, Boone Hospital, and many more.
Stop by to see our Columbia prints and recycled bags, our custom baby prints, and our unique stationery!
The show reception for Journey Through Our Beautiful World featuring the work of Mike Seat and Yukari Kashihara will be held on Friday, October 10th from 6-9 PM. Be sure to catch a special performance that evening at 7:30 PM by vocal ensemble Esprimere.
On Saturday, October 11th, Matt Ballou will be doing a painting demo from 2-4 PM.
Stop by the Imago Center at any time on Friday or Saturday (11 AM – 6 PM) to pick up a coupon for a free Italian wine tasting at The Wine Cellar & Bistro during Artrageous Weekend.
Makes Scents is keeping it in the family this Artrageous Weekend featuring Michael Marcum and Elsa Kelley- Marcum. Michael will be featuring his metal trees in a variety of sizes. Elsa will have new paintings and paper crafts.
Friday, October 10th- Artist reception
Saturday, October 11th- Artist demonstration 11 – 1
Sunday, October 12th- Face painting and paper crafts
Friday, October 10th-Mustard Seed Fair Trade is thrilled to feature pop surrealist artist, Michael Wolf, during our 6th Anniversary Party! Drawing inspiration from his rural upbringing and his city living experiences, (San Francisco and LA), Michael Wolf’s art juxtaposes the two, highlighting the humor, albeit sometimes dark, in both modes of living. You will see him represented in most of his paintings, in various incarnations.
Saturday, October 11th-Golden Grass Jewelry Demonstration with Nathalia Maduenho. Nathalia will demonstrate her one-of-a-kind jewelry made with Brazilian golden grass, an exquisite natural grass, harvested once a year, which grows in one place in the Jalapao region of Central Brazil. https://www.etsy.com/shop/ColorsofBrazil?ref=search_shop_redirect
Sunday October 12th-Free Bracelet making with our fair trade beads and seeds from from the Guatemalan rain forest! Bringthe kids for a fun and easy Sunday activity! 12-5
Friday, October 10th: Reception for 1st annual PhotoVision photography exhibition/competition. Awards will be given out at 7pm.
Saturday, October 11th: Second Saturday for Kids- 3D art: Drumming, Dancing and Drawing! Free for children age 5-15 with accompanying adult. Noon-3pm
Photo exhibition will also be on display during this time
Sunday, October 12th : Gallery is open from 10-1 to view PhotoVision
Poppy presents the 2014 Holiday Collection debut from the local letterpress/illustration darlings of 1Canoe2. Letterpress in tow, Beth, Carrie and Karen will be on hand Friday evening…with a few surprises up their sleeves! Holiday sweets will be served!
Friday 10am-9pm | Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm | Sunday Noon-5:00pm
PS:Gallery is in the heart of Columbia, Missouri’s North Village Arts District and features rotating exhibits of local, regional, and national artists. We search the country for exceptional artists in all media. Our philosophy is that art should be inclusive not exclusive. Art shouldn’t be intimidating, but enjoyed by everyone. Come explore the gallery and let us tell you about the artists we carry and what makes them special. Whether browsing, buying or being inspired, all are welcome
Located on Stephens College Campus; mezzanine floor of Lela Raney Wood Hall
The latest exhibit at the Historic Costume Gallery will tell “Her Story” and will feature pieces from female designers such as Clair McCardell, Hattie Carnegie and Lucille that have not been previously displayed.
Be sure to stop in for light refreshments & enjoy this amazing exhibit!
Studio Home’s unique mix of vintage, antique, and contemporary furnishings blends comfort and sophistication. A constant influx of new finds keeps our showroom fresh, inviting, and cutting-edge. With more than 30 years of experience combined, the Studio Home staff is knowledgeable in all aspects of interior design, flooring, archival framing, and in-store furnishings. We go beyond the scope of other interior design firms in the range of our services and the personal approach that drives our design philosophy. At Studio Home, we want you to feel at home.
Located in The North Village area of The District in Downtown Columbia, Missouri. At the Beach salon rejuvenation begins with our peaceful, relaxing atmosphere. Our designers are committed to you by offering exceptional customer service, quality hair design, nail and skin care, along with product recommendations to help you maintain your signature look.
As you enjoy your unique salon experience at the Beach salon, you will be captivated by the artistic businesses in the renovated Orr Street Arts Warehouse, where living art is created every day.
We’d love to share our salon with you.
The Center Project strives to encourage respect, safety, inclusion, and compassion among people of al gender expressions and sexual orientations. The Center Project exists to foster greater understanding, visiblity, support, and appreciation of gender and sexual minorities. We promote unity by providing educational outreach, community activities, a resource center, and a variety of support services.
The Root Cellar Grocery is a fresh-format grocery store located in downtown Columbia, Missouri in the newly renovated North Village Arts District a few block north of the University of Missouri campus. In addition to providing the community with fresh, locally-grown produce, meat and dairy, each week we collect available local food products and sell them to subscribers in an attempt to provide the freshest, healthiest local food available in our region as part of our Bounty and Barnyard Box programs (missouribountybox.com). As you can tell, we’re up and running and in the mix of the local food world in Missouri.
Tuesday-Friday 10:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 9:00am – 5:00pm
During Artrageous Weekend (Oct 10-12)- Check out our window display features The Very Old Man with Enormously Long Wings – the central figure in a short story of the same name by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Created by local artists and husband & wife team, Nick & Erin Potter, the window is taken over by the character in Marquez’s short story. Made with paper mâché and other fiber materials, you can feel the melancholy emanating from his slumped figure.
The books in the window feature many magical realist authors.
Be sure to swing by the Jazz Series “Clubhouse,” at 21 N. Tenth St. for Artrageous! Friday from 6-9 will feature concert posters on display from the Jazz Series past 20 Seasons. Saturday from noon – 2 explore the 7,000-title Jazz Series Lending Library and learn how you can become a member. And as always, enjoy some refreshments while you’re here!
During the July AF, Columbia Access Television (23 N. Tenth St.) will be projecting three short films that were created at the end of the last school year by the Lee Expressive Arts Silent Film Club (3rd, 4th and 5th graders). We also will be serving light refreshments and sharing with visiting guests the many benefits of CAT membership.
•’The House on Maple Street’ – watch as a young woman purchases her first home, only to encounter an unwanted ghostly presence.
•’The Mad Unicorn’ – kids, unicorns and leprechauns, oh my!
•’The Bullying’ – how can a small group of friends work together to overcome an incident of bullying?
Friday, October 10th enjoy an open rehearsal as the Missouri Contemporary Ballet prepares for the fall performance, Nine.
Saturday, October 11th the CoMo Aerial Arts takes over the MCB studio to present, Community Performing Arts Showcase. Enjoy an evening of aerial acrobatics, acrobalance, hoop dance & much more! Tickets are $10 at the door. Showtimes: 4:30pm & 8:00pm.
In the heart of downtown, the Missouri Theatre is home to Columbia’s Performing Arts. Having been beautifully restored to its original grandeur, the Missouri Theatre hosts civic events and University Concert Series events throughout the year. Now operated by the University of Missouri, the theater provides something for everyone: film festivals, concerts, nationally-known artists, dance parties & more.
Schedules, information and tickets at www.concertseries.org
PACE is a non-profit, youth, theater company. Our mission is to enrich, educate and entertain Columbians by raising young artists who give through their art to the community. Each season, PACE stages a variety of high quality theatrical performances that appeal to audiences of all ages and backgrounds. To support our developing performers, we offer instruction in dance, acting and vocal music.
At PACE we believe that communities benefit when art involves everyone. Our outreach programs include the award winning Arts in Health series that teaches children about issues that affect their social, emotional and physical health. YEAH!, our free after school dance program, offers dance instruction to underserved populations, and PACT, our youth leadership group, brings music and theater to hospitalized children. We welcome the participation of all Columbians as audience members and performers.
Talking Horse Productions was founded in 2012 as a not-for profit company. Our mission is to produce high-quality live theatrical productions in the new Talking Horse Theatre, a small (60-75 seat) venue located at 210 Saint James Street, in the North Village Arts District in downtown Columbia. Our productions focus on strong character-driven scripts rather than lavish sets and costumes. While we serve the entire Columbia community, we also desire a strong connection with all three college campuses because of our location. We offer opportunities to participate not only as audience members, but also as volunteers. THP currently has one student volunteer serving as a financial intern, and another who handles our Twitter account. We are very excited about the opportunity to create a new performing space, and we know you’ll love it!
Yoga Sol invites you to roll out your mat and dive into yoga! Located at 210 B St. James Street in the North Arts District, Yoga Sol is filled with warm, natural light, a beautiful wooden yoga deck, tropical plants and walls that roll up to invite the outside in. With more than 20 classes per week and workshops year round, Yoga Sol has something for everyone! We offer Iyengar, Ashtanga, Wave Flow, Yin, Hatha, Power , Beginners, and Core Power Yoga-Something for everyone. Our highly trained, certified teachers are sure to make you feel welcome, secure, safe, and serene. Everyone is welcome, so catch the wave and find your inner sun! Yogasol.org 573.356-0162
Addison’s, which is located in the heart of downtown Columbia, Missouri, is the perfect choice for all dining occasions. Whether you drop by for a business lunch, a romantic dinner, or an evening on the town with friends, you’ll find delicious food, friendly staff, and a trendy, urban Americana atmosphere. Our menu also offers a variety of dishes that are sure to please your palate. From our famous Nachos Bianco to our Jalapeño Smothered Pork Chop and Diablo Shrimp Pasta, you’ll find favorite meals with a unique Addison’s twist.
One of the most distinct and memorable features of Addison’s is the series of original paintings by artist and bartender David Spear that line its walls. The works’ bold hues of red, yellow, blue, and green complement the restaurant’s interior elements and depict a variety of restaurant scenes, even behind-the-doors glimpses into the kitchens.
Daily Happy Hour & Late Specials!
At Blenders, our mission is to provide the fuel people need to do the things they love. We make all of our smoothies, pressed juices, and other works of freshly pulverized art from scratch: no purees, no powder mixes, no syrups, and no ice. A full cup – every time – so you can get back to working, playing, and creating. Locally owned by a member of Columbia’s Cultural Affairs Commission and featuring work by resident artists, make Blenders the first stop on your Artrageous adventure.
Catering Available: firstname.lastname@example.org Order Online: blenderscolumbia.com
Hours: 7am-9pm Monday-Friday | 10am-9pm Saturday-Sunday
Whether it’s lunch, hors d’oeuvres, entrées or desserts, you will find Bleu has a signature cuisine that is unique, sophisticated, and delectable! Bleu offers an atmosphere that is upscale and upbeat; serene and stylish; classy and casual. Our wine list has been assembled to permit you to select a match for your meal that suits your individual palette.
Friday, October 10th: Sip & Nosh Happy Hour 3pm-6pm
Sunday, October 12th: Meredith Hammer Trio During Sunday Brunch 10am-2pm
Cultivation and Fermentation:
The Broadway Brewery celebrates local farmers and local food with a rotating seasonal menu that highlights the fruits of the area’s finest farms. Our house brewed ales are crafted from organic malted barley and fresh hops to ensure optimum quality.
Sunday Brunch, October 12th: Enjoy the Feldges/Malke Guitar Duo!
Hours of operation:
Sunday: 10:30AM-12:00AM Serving Brunch 10:30 to 3:00 pm
During Sunday Brunch on October 12th enjoy the jazz sounds of Paulo Oliveir & Taryn Doty!
Art bar and full service restaurant since 1998. Featuring local artists and daily food and drink specials.
Friday, October 10th: Happy Hour Specials
Saturday, October 11th: All Day Happy Hour-Bloody Mary Specials
Sunday, October 12th: Enjoy Brunch, Mimosa Specials & the Sam Copeland Trio
Hours: Monday through Saturday 11:00am-1:30am | Sunday 11am-12am