In honor of the Earth Day weekend, KOPN will be featuring Earth friendly Artists:
Carol Brown of Heartfelt Rugs will bring her locally sourced Alpaca fiber felted creations and Casey Moss of The Filling Station Design Shop will share functional art pieces for the home, constructed with up-cycled materials.
To celebrate KOPN’s 40th anniversary, we will be displaying KOPN inspired art, flyers and apparel throughout the year, especially during Artrageous Fridays .
(Located in the alley behind Willies and the Regency Hotel on Broadway and behind D-Sport on Walnut)
“Garish” Where the Neo-Rococo, Neo-Baroque collide with the sublime.
Starring artists: Catherine Armbrust, Matt Ballou, Harrison Bergeron, Betsy Clark, Kelly Coalier, Trudy Denham, Sloane Snure Paullus, David Spear, Claire Stigliani & Eric Sweet
International award winning photographer, Anastasia Pottinger, provides commercial and portraiture photography for the mid-Missouri region (with annual excursions to Los Angeles and Chicago for out of state clients).
Join Artlandish Gallery for an evening of revelry and merriment on April 19th! Not to mention the opening of Eco Chic Studio (ecochic-studio.com)!
Live Music, Artists Demonstrations and Fire spinning!
Music by: Cedar Creek | Jennies brother on Vibes
Artlandish Gallery is full of strange and wonderous things including unique gifts, fine craft, fine art, pottery, glass, jewelry, and wearables all handmade by over 50 local artists. House of VanSickle will be on hand with deliciously comfy clothing designs for everyone, tour the North Village Art Studios and visit the fabulous Root Cellar! We are the gateway to the Catacombs and the North Village Art Studios. Artlandish Gallery is a small space with big artful aspirations; to give exposure to artists who show a creative spirit, unique creations and one-of-a-kind artworks.
Please visit us in the North Village Arts District!
I’ve Been Framed: Interpretations of Outer Edges & Inner Borders will open at Bluestem Missouri Crafts on Friday, April 19. Works will include artistic considerations of “the frame” by Bluestem partners and associates. The show opens at 6 p.m. and will continue through April 30. 13 S 9th Street, 573-442-0211
Boone County National Bank and the Columbia Art League present the 54th 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 12 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, October 13 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. A special fund-raising reception is held to support the Art League on Friday, October 11 from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. 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 Moxen at the Columbia Art League.
During the April 19th Artrageous, Elly’s Couture will be hosting Tiffany Van Horne. Van Horne is a local Columbian Artist, who features deer skin hand painted or otherwise custom bracelets, and also works very closely with navette stones in different colors to create necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings. She solders all her jewelry, to add extra strength to bond her jewelry pieces, so that over time, it holds up longer for the customer. If you like something bright, fresh and eclectic, stop by and see her in action!
“Into the West”; recent paintings & lithographs by Byron Smith
What if…art asked more questions than it answered? Students from Westminster College and Lee Elementary are combining artistic efforts to display their photographs, drawings, and other creative creations to explore our world, one question at a time.
Mustard Seed Fair Trade will feature a collection of “Golden Grass” jewelry from Brazil. These exquisite and unique pieces are handmade by artisan cooperatives in the regions and communities where this golden colored plant fiber, or “Golden Grass” is grown. Skilled artisans use techniques passed from generation to generation creating modern jewelry and accessories. Come enjoy these beautiful products as you listen to Brazilian music and sample traditional food.
Housing 28 artists in 19 working studios, Orr Street Studios offers the opportunity to interact and visit with numerous local artists in one location. Creating amazing works in paint, pencil, woodworking, ceramics, design, photography, and more, Orr Street has it all! During Artrageous Fridays our artists will be on hand, one-of-a-kind works will be for sale, music will be in the air, and community members are sure to be inspired and amazed!
By day, local potter Susan Wood teaches art to elementary students. At night she creates one-of-a-kind mugs, bowls, vases and teapots inspired by her budding artists. Meet Susan in person at the next Artrageous (April 19th) and watch her work on the potter’s wheel. Who knows, maybe she’ll let you take it for a spin.
Located on Stephens College Campus; mezzanine floor of Lela Raney Wood Hall
The Costume Museum & Research Library (est. 1958) has grown by donations from alumnae, friends and designers to more than 13,000 pieces, including representations of ethnic wear, everyday clothes of women, men and children, and an impressive list of designer garments. (Read less)
This working collection of garments and accessories dating back to 1730 allows students to study not only garment construction but fashion trends that provide inspiration for current styles with actual hands-on experience. Archival storage areas protect the integrity of the collection, and classroom space allows for research and lecture discussions. The collection also is viewable via an online museum.
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.
The Center Project is proud to host Dana Hartgrove, who describes herself as a color theorist and whose work with the rainbow is particularly relevant to our community at The Center Project! Dana has graciously offered to donate half of the price of any piece sold at the show to The Center Project–Mid-Missouri’s First and Only meeting space for sexuality and gender-identity based communities and their allies. Her work can be found online at the Columbia Art League’s page, and her permanent booth can be found at ARTlandish Gallery, 1019 E. Walnut, Columbia.
Nestled between three colleges, The District is a hip, active, and artistic community. Whether it´s coffee in the morning or martinis at midnight, The District’s friendly and energetic vibe is up early and stays out late. The District’s lively mix of historic architecture, sidewalk cafes and retail shops provide the perfect setting for a business meeting, lunch with a friend or a night on the town.
Drop by the Root Cellar on a warm April night, Friday the 19th, for a FREE night of food and art, and a peek inside how the Box program works!
We’ll have a smorgasbord of hors d’oeuvres, beer, and wine, all from Missouri! Fretboard Coffee will be doing a coffee cupping (fancy coffee terminology for “tasting”), and we’ll have music, too. Featuring: local farm & food artisans’ photography prints & a chance to win the print of your choice Can’t wait to see you all there!”
Be sure to stop by the “We Always Swing” Jazz Series Friday, April 19 from 6-9 p.m. for Artrageous Friday! Ask about all the events happening in April for Jazz Appreciation Month as you explore the 6,500 titles in our CD/LP library.
Pick up your tickets for the Scholarship Fund Benefit Concert & Awards Ceremony April 24 at The Bridge. And as always, refuel with some Jazz Series refreshments!
Drop by CAT’s Community Media Center at 23 N. 10th St., where you can GAIN ACCESS to high-tech video equipment and computers, LEARN important, resume-building media skills and SHARE YOUR VOICE via CAT’s cable channel (Mediacom 85, Charter 983, CenturyLink 603) and website. CAT also maintains two high-definition studios on campus at Stephens College, and members may reserve studio time and create their own shows.
Take a class, edit your video footage, submit original programs & shows, connect with other filmmakers and video artists, and more. Consider CAT your library for the media arts!
CAT’s talented staff also offers Media Services, where we can fully produce your PSA, educational video, lecture series, concert, etc. Please give us a call to learn more.
Tuesday through Saturday, noon to 8 p.m.
Enter the Missouri Contemporary Ballet studios and find yourself in Wonderland! From 6:00pm to 9:00pm we will be rehearsing for our original production of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, to premiere at Jesse Hall on June 1st and 2nd. Watch how Artistic Director Karen Mareck Grundy creates movement to a brand new musical score written by Tom Andes. This is your chance to see a work in progress before it debuts on the big stage!
The Berlin Theatre is hosting a play by a visiting company during the April Artrageous Friday. David Ives’ comedy ANCIENT HISTORY will be performing April 19 and 20, with 7:30pm shows both evenings. The box office opens at 7pm, and tickets may be purchased at the door or online through our website, www.talkinghorseproductions.org.
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! Join us for Wave Flow yoga, Atma Jayam, Iyengar, Power Flow, Dance Flow, and more – 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!
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.
Sip & Nosh Happy Hour 3pm-6pm
$5.00 Wines & $2.00 Drafts
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. We use top grade ingredients to prepare delicious pub style fare that is distinctly eclectic and innovative and fresh. Our culinary experts and our brewmaster provide seasonally inspired food and drink. Columbia’s new “City Hall”, the Broadway Brewery is a place to renew and replenish you body and mind through food , drink, music, art and conversation. Come on down and have a pint!
We also have a special beer pairing menu on the first Monday of every month. Check out our webpage for beer pairing menus and information.
Hours of operation:
Sunday: 10:30AM-12:00AM Serving Brunch 10:30 to 3:00 pm
Room 38 Restaurant and Lounge is Columbia’s premier venue for dining, entertainment, and special events, providing an upscale and sophisticated atmosphere with a contemporary approach to dining and nightlife. Open Monday-Saturday, serving our full menu of global cuisine from 11am-10pm, with bar open until 1:30am nightly. Reservations accepted and suggested, but not necessary.
Full sevice Catering and private parties available both on and off-site.
Art bar and full service restaurant since 1998. Featuring local artists and daily food and drink specials.
Hours: Monday through Saturday 11:00am-1:30am
At Trey Bistro we strive to bring you healthy, locally sourced meals in an upscale atmosphere. Come join us for Brunch Tuesday through Sunday from 11am til 4pm, Dinner from 4pm until 10pm, or enjoy a delicious cocktail at our bar until last call.
We are also available for private events as well as catering.
Our chef/owner, Trey Quinlan, is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of American and a Columbia native. Come by and say ‘hi’!