Local henna artist Siham Nour's hand-inked designs incorporate Somali and Indian influences, leaving her multicultural mark on her clients
Columbia tattoo artists from Iron Tiger, C.R. Ink and Living Canvas talk about everything you need to know before getting a tattoo
Tattoo artist Moe Ricee explains the minimalist tattoo trend and how his shop came to be
Vox speaks with Graves on the issue of Black representation and the State Historical Society of Missouri's new exhibit "Historic Images of Black Families"
A theater teacher and her students bring new life to Milly Sawyers' tragic tale in their play, The Milly Project
Bullet journaling can be a way for people to express creativity, stay organized or both
Be it an invitation, a piece of home decor or even a menu, Columbia has teachers and businesses that are happy to help
From toilet paper to potatoes, there's plenty around the house you can use as more sustainable wrapping paper
In just a few months, three playwrights churned out six 10-minute plays for audiences to enjoy
Striving for reform through their art, these three show how visuals can spark conversations on social issues and inspire change
Sydney Pursel has spent years exploring her Native American identity through art. As a graduate of MU's art program, she returns to Bingham Gallery with a two-person show alongside photographer Ryan Red Corn.
No Columbia summer is complete without a weekend at Columbia Art League's beloved festival, Art in the Park. Before you make your way to the event, take a look at some of the artists who will be showcasing their works this year.
The photo exhibition, created by Justen LeRoy, examines the constantly changing picture of what it means to be a black man in modern society
This summer, the State Historical Society of Missouri's new building will give its acclaimed works of art much-needed room to breathe
The artist, based in Lawrence, Kansas, uses paintings and embroidery to bring life to her female characters
Discover a whole new meaning to "playing with your food" at this local exhibit, featuring your favorite delicacies
It's snow joke — winter is here, and that means it's time for holiday decorating. Give your home a personal touch with these simple crafts.
Wrap up your holiday shopping and give to local artists at the same time with this event in the North Village Arts District
Sometimes, it only takes a small team to make a big event come alive
These remedies can help you decompress and discover your craft