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Diversity has become a hot topic at MU, and this month, the university is taking another step toward broadening educational opportunities. Afro-Cuban Artists: A Renaissance offers a chance for the community to learn about cultural a


The 2016 Paintbrush Ball held on April 16th was a tremendous success! 183 individuals attended the event raising over $40,000. A highlight of the Ball was when a painting Portrait of a Lady was unveiled. logo

It’s up there with drug and weapons smuggling. The theft and trafficking of priceless archeological relics from Italy and other custodian countries of world history is a global billion dollar problem. That is what drew government officials, law enforcers, art experts and scholars to the Italian embassy in Washington, D.C. last week.

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Art in Bloom at the Museum of Art and Archaeology hosted nine floral arrangements created by six florists, floral students, and area garden clubs.

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People are complicated — artists, especially so.

No matter how solitary their process, no artist can be considered an island. Consciously or not, they internalize outside conversations and concerns, translating them into something distinctly their own.

Check out the rest of the Tribune article here!

Learn more about the related April conference here!

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The Museum of Art and Archaeology at Mizzou North hosted “Experimenting with Color” on Saturday.

Byron L. Smith (American, b. 1960) Martin Luther King Jr. 1929–1968, 1989 Color serigraph Gift of the artist in memory of his grandmother, Laura Garcia Davis (2005.32)

As Black History Month begins, and a new year still finds its footing, the University of Missouri’s Museum of Art and Archaeology is displaying works by black American artists — works that show us the world they lived in and, in some cases, the world they wanted to inhabit. Read the rest of the Columbia Tribune article here!

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Listen up! Here is your chance to have a tour with our director, Dr. Alex Barker!

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KBIA considers beauty at the Museum. Listen here!

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Benton Kidd, Curator of Ancient Art, has just published “Masonry Style in Phoenicia: Reconstructing Sumptuous Mural Decoration from the ‘Late Hellenistic Stuccoed Building’ at Tel Anafa” in Beyond Iconography: Materials, Methods and Meaning in Ancient Surface Decoration, edited by Sarah Lepinski and Susanna McFadden, and published by the Archaeological Institute of America. 


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