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The Foundry features a Smithsonian-caliber art gallery, hosting national, juried exhibitions. There are 20 working art studios, where visitors watch the creative process and buy art directly from the artists.
The not-for-profit art centre provides community meeting rooms, event space and a children's art gallery. For information, visit the website.
Managed by the Kirksville Arts Association, the Arts Center gallery hosts month-long exhibits featuring local and regional artists. The association offers a variety of classes and programs throughout the year and hosts the annual Red Barn Arts and Crafts Festival each fall.
The Mildred Cox Gallery is located within the Gladys Woods Kemper Center for the Arts at William Woods University. Exhibits of professional and student artwork change monthly. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, call 573-592-4245.
Handwoven wearable art where you can see the artist creating on a 72-inch floor loom in the gallery. Nancy Lee Kaufman has been hand dyeing her natural fibers, designing and creating her works of wearable art for the past 40 years. Nancy left Missouri in 1975 and moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she and three fiber partners started a weaving center and a weaving gallery in downtown Santa Fe. She has returned to Missouri; her studio and gallery are now on Main Street in Hannibal.
Northland Exposure Artists' Gallery is an artist-owned and managed fine art gallery located just north of Kansas City in downtown Parkville.
We offer a variety of artistic expression and media, including: oil, acrylic, pastel and watercolor painting; a variety of mixed media and drawings; sculpture; handcrafted jewelry; photography; pottery and artistic gourds; stained glass; mosaics; and fiber art.
New artwork is continually introduced throughout the gallery, adding to the gallery's freshness and diversity. All of our artists live in the greater Kansas City area and work a few hours each month at the gallery, giving patrons an opportunity to visit with them about their work.
The State Historical Society of Missouri Research Center-Columbia offers a reference library, manuscript collections, and art galleries. The Columbia Center is located in Ellis Library, on the University of Missouri campus. The Main Gallery and Corridor Galleries feature rotating exhibits, with selected paintings by George Caleb Bingham and Thomas Hart Benton on permanent display.
The SHSMO holds one of the largest collections of paintings by George Caleb Bingham, including Order No. 11. The Thomas Hart Benton Collection contains the Year of Peril series, lithographs and other works. Many other Missouri artists are represented in the SHSMO holdings.
SHSMO's extensive editorial cartoon collection includes original drawings by Daniel Fitzpatrick, S.J. Ray, Bill Mauldin, Don Hesse, Tom Engelhardt, among others.
Closed Mondays, holidays, and for special events.
The Ashby-Hodge Gallery of American Art is located on the first floor of Classic Hall on the campus of Central Methodist University. The gallery presents five shows a year, two each semester and one in the summer. The artists represented in these shows cover a multitude of media, most of them coming from the mid-Missouri area.The gallery has more than 700 works in its collection, including more than 150 works in The Ashby Collection. Special tours are available for groups throughout the year by contacting the curator.
The Gallery in Marquand hosts many of the area’s talented artists. You will see the works of painters, crafters, photographers, and other artists. Exhibits change every two months. Admission is free.
The gallery features the works by student and professional artists. Located in the old gymnasium in Ophelia Parrish Hall, the gallery is open during the academic year.
Visit our website for a schedule of special exhibitions and events.
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