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In keeping with the Daniel Boone Regional Library’s One Read program, the fun isn’t over when the book is. The library has teamed up with Orr Street Studios and Columbia’s Office for Cultural Affairs to host an art exhibit entitled “Mythos.”
The exhibit will incorporate the myths and mysteries inherent in Téa Obreht‘s applauded novel, The Tiger’s Wife, and feature mid-Missouri artists 16 and older. Artists are asked to submit work to Orr Street Studios that “plays with the ideas of storytelling, personal myth-making, exaggeration, secrets and superstitions.” Submission dates are Sat., Sept. 1 from noon to 3 p.m. and Sun., Sept. 2 from 9 a.m. to noon. A complete list of submission requirements are posted here.
For CoMo’s art- and story-lovers, an artist reception complete with a storyteller performance will be held on Tues., Sept. 11. If you haven’t hopped on the One Read train yet, it’s a good time to get reading.
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