In January of 2019, Matt Ebert volunteered to be photographed for Dianna Temple's MFA Thesis exhibit. Dianna titles her exhibit, "Wheelchair Tornadoes & other things our eyes cannot see." Due to COVID, her thesis exhibition was postponed until May 2021.
Learn how Matt feels viewing the project he spent months collaborating on for the first time as it hangs in the George Caleb Bingham Gallery on Mizzou campus.
MU alum Sydney Pursel has always used art to connect to her Native American heritage, and she continued to do so during a two-person show at George Caleb Bingham Gallery.
Sydney Pursel's show at the George Caleb Bingham Gallery has wrapped up, but this artist still has plenty more to show. Whether she's working with Native identity, climate action or food politics, her art is loud and proud and sure to turn heads.
Amazing work done by some incredible students! If you're in the area, stop by the George Caleb Bingham Gallery to see the Future Tense II: SDA Juried Student Fibers Exhibit & Reception!
Everyone experiences grief at some point, and we all process it differently. Catherine Armbrust, director of George Caleb Bingham Gallery, incorporates the scraps of her late husband's shirts into her artwork.
A new exhibit at George Caleb Bingham Gallery shows off the talents of Mizzou seniors ready to make a future in art.
We're excited to invite students to submit work for the second annual SDA Juried Student Exhibition, Future Tense II.
It will be held at the George Caleb Bingham Gallery at the University of Missouri, COlumbia (Mizzou) and is taking place November 5-15, 2018.
The exhibition will celebrate the creative work of student artists, designers, and makers working with or inspired by fiber or textile materials or techniques.
Seeing a Shorts program at Rhynsburger this year? Stick around after the films: We're hosting Q(uench)+A(nswers) at the George Caleb Bingham Gallery with shorts filmmakers. Featuring complimentary eponymous beverages, these roaming receptions are a new take on the traditional Q&A seeking to better accommodate, and shine a light, on programs of short-form work.
Open to ticketholders of the preceding screening, as well as Super Circle and Silver Circle passholders.
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10th ANNUAL FORK & CORK FESTIVAL
AUGUST, 26, 2017
LET’S MAKE MACON A DESTINATION!
The Mainstreet Macon Downtown Association, MMDA, sponsors the annual Fork & Cork Festival in downtown Macon, MO each fall. Our festival attracts high end visual art artisans and crafters as well as quality antique dealers. Jazz, blues, country, and oldies musicians entertain throughout the day. Good food and tasty wines add to the mix making for an outstanding day.
MMDA would like to personally invite you, as artists, arts councils/galleries, antique dealers and crafters to show at our fall festival this year.
We have been enlarging our festival and building our artisan base over the past few years. 2016 was the largest festival we’ve sponsored with over 50 artists, crafters and antique dealers.
We would like to invite you to show at the 10th Annual Fork & Cork Festival. Our vendor application is attached. Our vendor application is also on our Face Book page – Macon Fork & Cork Festival and our web page at maconforkandcork.squarespace.com.
Although we are a non-juried art festival we do encourage a high level of quality in our vendors
We will advertise your name, FB page and website as attending F&C.
Fork & Cork Festival in Macon, MO is always held the 4th weekend in August. Come join us if you can! 50+ participants, new and returning artists, joined us in 2016 and we’re planning on our festival being bigger and better in 2017.
As we fill the streets with artists and antiques, we hope you will consider joining the fun and let’s “Make Macon a Destination!”
G. Kay Kindle
704 Toad Lane
Macon, MO 63552
MNMI and University of Missouri Percussion Studio are excited to welcome percussionist Tim Feeney to campus this week! Tim's conception of what percussion instruments can do is expansive (to say the least) -- check out this performance with cellist Vic Rawlings, and catch Feeney's performance at the George Caleb Bingham Gallery this Wednesday, March 15th, at 8:30pm.
My profile from the Columbia Tribune, in the paper yesterday discussing the George Caleb Bingham Gallery exhibition of my work entitled, Dowry, open today through August 25 on the campus of the University of Missouri. I also curated a group exhibition of work from students enrolled in Undergraduate and Graduate level courses during the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters, entitled Radiant also presented in the Bingham Gallery.