Students from across Missouri, including those from the Cuivre River Electric Cooperative service area, will be transcending on Washington, D.C., once again this summer as part of the Missouri Youth Tour program.
Gentle readers, the TILIW interview of Alan Frazier has come and gone, but here’s your chance to become gentle viewers, nevertheless.
Crossroads Arts Council announces their call for art for a unique coming together of artists as young as 17 years of age, covering all generations, up to local senior citizens. This is the eighth annual countywide event, which is also open to both professional and non-professional artists. This is a non-juried show, but will be judged. Cash awards and Honorable Mention ribbons will be given during the opening reception, to be held on Feb. 5. Artists may enter up to 5 pieces. Entry fee is $5 for each art piece for CAC members and $10 for each piece for nonmembers. Artists can sell their entry item with a 10% commission to the Crossroads Arts Council.
The show entitled “Spanning the Generations” is being offered to promote cultural arts in the city of Wentzville. It is also intended to help local artists, emerging student artists, local professional and non-professional artists and especially senior citizens who enjoy creating art to now have the opportunity to display it. The gallery is located at 310 W. Pearce Blvd. Wentzville, MO 63385. Artist information and the entry form can be obtained at www.crossroadsartscouncil.org