Join in the fun of #nationaldoughnutday with our allergen-friendly, made-from-scratch donuts! We’re cranking out fun flavors all day long, PLUS we’re open until 9pm for First Fridays in the North Village Arts District. Free-from gluten, grain, and the Top 8 Allergens, you can have your cake donut and eat it too
We’re also hosting the Columbia Art League Mentorship program First Friday reception. Check out the details on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/431222250786839/
Join us for casual cocktails on Sunday September 17 from 5-8pm, with food generously provided by The Roof at the Broadway Hotel,
Enjoy great views, great food, and an awesome raffle and art auction in support of First Fridays in the North Village Arts District! Go home with a beautiful piece of art or gifts from local restaurants and shops.
Live music by The Daves and the most awesome Johnny Fox.
Continuing the tradition of the CARE program’s First Friday Art Gallery! Check out their facebook page for the deets!:
“Please join us for the 2017 CARE Art Gallery final exhibition!
“This show will feature work from the City of Columbia’s CARE Art Gallery. The exhibition runs from August 4-August 25, 2017 at Balsamo Warehouse on 110 Orr Street. A reception will be held on Friday, August 4 from 6-9pm. Refreshments and snacks will be served.
“The City of Columbia’s Career Awareness Related Experience (CARE) program’s goal is for Columbia’s youth to be ready to enter the workforce and become productive, self-sufficient citizens. Since 1982, the CARE program has provided comprehensive services for Columbia’s youth that include:
• job readiness training
• paid real-world hands-on work experience
• career exploration
• money management training
“The CARE program hires 14- to 20-year-olds who live in the City of Columbia, MO and/or attend a Columbia, MO school and places them at local businesses, where they gain much needed real-world hands-on work experience while getting paid. One hundred percent of the trainees’ wages are paid by CARE, which is administered through the Columbia Parks and Recreation Department.
“The CARE Art Gallery, which began in 2000, serves as a visual arts work site for the CARE program. 14 creative youth are given the opportunity to work as paid artists for eight weeks during the summer. Art Gallery trainees work with and learn from professional artists. They participate in art activities designed to enhance their existing skills and knowledge. Art Gallery trainees learn artistic techniques in a variety of media, and create their own artwork.
The Art Gallery is funded in part by the Missouri Arts Council and the City’s Office of Cultural Affairs.”
Join us for a First Fridays evening of wine, snacks, and the *adorable* illustrations of Natasha Chernookaya at the Balsamo Art Gallery in the North Village Arts District
These feel-good, intimate hand-drawn illustrations combine story-telling and puns, in one-of-a-kind artworks or greeting cards.
Follow Natasha on Instagram @onlyanowl