Art & Culture

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Snowpond Ceramics Two Tiny Houses

Hidden Houses

Katie Barnes is in the business of making tiny ceramic cities. In addition to showing…

Image of the top half of a dog's head, with big wet nose, to illusstrate what's coming up in Columbia, Missouri this weekend.

Coming Up in COMO …

25 things to do: Art in the Park, Alice in Wonderland, Compass Fest, Shake’s Recess…

Fiber art display at the Montminy Gallery at the Boone County History & Culture Center.

Montminy Gallery welcomes new director 

Longtime fiber artist and instructor Betsy Roe assumes vital role  The Boone County History &…

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Wendi Jensen Art Class

Building Community Through Art

One of the best artistic options for kids has seemingly sprung up from underground in…

Como Extra Guitar Dog

Coming Up in COMO: 47 things to do

We’ve rounded up a few (well, 47 or so) things you can do in and…

Lost In The Moment Watercolor By Paul Jackson

Turning Passion into Paintings

What started as a college elective has led to a renowned career for local and…

Two adorable Yorkie type pups dressed in St. Patricks' Day attire.

Coming Up in COMO: 44 things to do

St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, concerts, musicals, nature, and art offer a variety of experiences. Welcome…

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The Ever-Evolving Artist

Martin Pope is an artist who grew up in Columbia. He graduated from Rock Bridge…

Angel Ellis, center in photo, was the recipient of the True Life Fund at the 2023 True/False Film Fest in Columbia, Missouri. Angel appears on stage after the third screening of the film Bad Press on Sunday, March 5, 2023, at the Missouri Theatre.

That’s a wrap!

True/False Film Fest starts prepping for 2024  The 20th edition of True/False Film Fest is…

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COMO’s Got Talent

When she pushed the play button, ready to create a solo ballet performance to the…

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Funny Business: Tickling our funny bones

Columbia’s comedy scene has blossomed over the past 10 years, and a lot has gone…

Dianna Borsi O’Brien holding her book, Historic Movie Theaters of Columbia, Missouri

Let’s Go to the Movies

Dianna Borsi O’Brien describes herself as a “hyper-local girl.”  Originally from Ohio, she’s a Mizzou…