Columbia, Missouri
Artlandish Gallery

Bluestem Missouri Crafts
A showcase for the work of over 180
  Missouri artists/crafts people, producing
  baskets, weaving, pottery, batik, jewelry,
  paper, iron-work, glass and wooden
  bowls, and toys. Come in and see the
  best of Missouri crafts. Honored as the
  number one contemporary American
  crafts gallery in the United States.

Columbia Art League Gallery
Located in the historic City Centre on
  Ninth Street, the gallery showcases
  the work of professional, non-professional,
  and nationally acclaimed artists. Most of
  the displayed works are available for
  purchase. CAL offers special programs
  such as Art Camp, the Community
  Exhibits Program, and  Art in the Park.
Columbia College:
  Larson Gallery of Art
Named in honor of distinguished professor
  emeritus of art Sidney Larson, who
  taught at the college from 1951-2001,
  the Larson Gallery hosts several exhibits
  a year offering displays by professional
  artists, students and faculty. Its annual
George Caleb Bingham Gallery
The Bingham Gallery exhibits works
  done in a wide variety of media,
  exploring a range of artistic visions.
  Works by contemporary working artists
  provide the Columbia community and the
  MU campus a glimpse into new directions
  in art. MU faculty and student work is
  featured annually.
Landmark Bank

The art collection at Landmark Bank clearly
  demonstrates that outstanding artwork
  is being produced in the heartland.
  While the artists featured are
  primarily from the Midwest, many are
  nationally and internationally
  celebrated. The collection is diverse,
  comprising works in various
  media-painting, glass, sculpture,
  ceramics, and fiber arts-and of
  varying styles and subject matter with
  an emphasis on contemporary ceramic
  works. The bank also hosts Visions, an
  annual photography exhibit, each fall.
Missouri Art Gallery

The Missouri Art Gallery features
  collections of limited edition prints and
  originals, sculptures, carvings and
  collectibles by national and international
  award-winning artists. Custom framing
  services are available.
The Montminy Gallery

The Montminy Gallery is devoted to
  providing a venue for the exhibition
  and sale of regional artists' work.
  The gallery hosts approximately 12
  exhibits a year and is operated by
  the Boone County Historical Society.
  Other exhibit space on site features
  historical exhibits.
Museum of Anthropology

Since its founding in 1939,
  the Museum of Anthropology has served
  the research and teaching needs of
  the university as an archaeological
  curatorial facility. The permanent
  gallery focuses on Native American
  cultures and Missouri history from
  11,200 years ago to the present.
Museum of Art
  and Archaeology

The Museum of Art and Archaeology
  is the third largest art museum
  in Missouri, housing more than
  14,000 objects. Collections include
  ancient art, Byzantine and medieval
  art, European and American art,
  modern and contemporary art, African
  art and non-Western art.
North Village Studios
The studios are located in a striking
  industrial-style setting. Included in the
  rental of art studio space are great
  facilities and amenities such as a gallery
  for showing and selling artwork, as well
  as many events which include art
  openings, art festivals, and music concerts.
  The area outside the studios is a work of art
  in itself, with a variety of art installations
  and unusual architectural features. The
  North Village Arts District is slated to
  become a destination of choice for local
  residents and out-of-town visitors.
  Businesses calling the North Village Studios
  their creative home include Artlandish
  Gallery, Boxcar Films, Life Photography,
  Monarch Jewelry, Moon Shadow Studio,
  The Odd Pod, Studio K, and
  You Photography
Orchids and Art

Orr Street Studios


PS: Gallery

Located in the District, PS:Gallery is in
  the heart of Columbia historic Downtown.
  PS:Gallery features rotating exhibits of local,
  regional, and national artists. PS:Gallery
  searches the country for exceptional artists
  in all mediums. Their philosophy is that art
  should be inclusive not exclusive. Art
  shouldn't be intimidating, but enjoyed by
  everyone. Come explore the gallery and
  learn about the artists and what makes
  them special. Whether browsing, buying or
  being inspired, all are welcome.

Pure Gallery promotes the work of local
  and regional fine art photographers and
  features limited-edition prints, framed
  and signed works. Video and photography
  services, including a portrait studio, are
  available. Other services include studio
  rental, framing and classes.
The State Historical
  Society of Missouri

The society's Main Gallery features
  rotating exhibits of historical
  and contemporary art, with works
  by George Caleb Bingham and Thomas
  Hart Benton forming the foundation
  of the holdings.
Stephens College:
  Davis Art Gallery

Established in 1965 by alumna Nellie
  Stratton Davis and her husband, the 
  Stephens College:Davis Art Gallery functions
   as a teaching gallery. It features exhibits by
  professional guest artists, faculty and
  students and showcases some of the more
  than 12,000 items in Stephens College's
  renowned historical costume collection.
Stephens College:
  Historic Costume Gallery

The Stephens College:Historic Costume
  Gallery showcases a working collection of
  garments from the Stephens College
  Costume Research Library. The library's
  Matilda Magnus Price Historic Fashion
  Collection is Missouri's most extensive
  collection of historical dress and comprises
  more than 12,000 items. Storage areas
  protect the integrity of the collection, and
  classroom space allows for lectures, special
  events and student research. Admission 
  is free.
Sven's Kafˇ and Gallery

Located in the renovated & exciting
  Northern Art District, SvenÕs Kafe & Gallery
  is a unique kafe offering a Swedish flair to
  the area, as well as an emphasis on local
  art & the community. Our large windows,
  outdoor patio & monthly art exhibits create
  a beautiful atmosphere for meetings,
  impromptu get-togethers, or just a solace
  for studying. An opportunity to view
  ColumbiaÕs own ballet company, Missouri
  Contemporary Ballet, is an added feature
  to SvenÕs that no other cafe can boast!
University of Missouri
  Craft Studio Gallery

The Craft Studio is a recreational art facility
  that provides space, tools, and instructions
  to help you explore your creativity, learn
  new skills, and socialize with other crafters.
  We offer a wide variety of classes and
  workshops to fit almost any schedule,
  budget, and craft interest. Our studio
  space is furnished with hundreds of tools
  and open to Members to work on
  independent projects.
The Warehouse Studios

The Warehouse Studios, Inc. is a Non-Profit
  arts organization in Columbia, MO.
  focused on providing artists, musicians,
  and the community with affordable art
  and music studios, workshops, and classes.
   We will strive to provide an inspiring
  atmosphere to create art in, and nurture
  sustainability in the arts through programs
  and marketing.


Located on the campus of
  Central Methodist University in Fayette,
  the Ashby-Hodge focuses on regional art.
  Its collection features many Midwestern
  artists. Several exhibits are organized
  each year.
Christoperson Gallery

Located atop a Missouri River bluff,
  Christopherson Gallery provides
  a retreat experience featuring works
  of art by local and international artists.
  Visitors may discover works perfect for
  their offices or homes. Hours by
Flavors of the Heartland
  Rocheport Gallery
The Rocheport Gallery features
  two- and three-dimensional fine art
  created by regional artists. Exhibits
  rotate every six weeks.

Located in historic Rocheport close to the
  Katy Trail State Park, Shirahaze Gallery
  features fine ceramic art by Yukari Kashihara
  and photographic prints by Thomas
  Scharenborg. Other art and crafts from
  Japan, handmade jewelry and woodcut
  prints are also available. Call for more
  information about photographic services
  and commission work

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