Gallery in the News
The Davis Art Gallery’s new exhibit, “Outside of Walls” that runs through Dec. 10, was covered in The Maneater’s entertainment magazine, MOVE.
Click to read the article.
Stephens Equestrian News
The Western barn took five horses and students to the National Equestrian Center in Lake St. Louis on Oct. 23-24.
- Kim Ratliff showed Hummer (Radical Rendezvous) and won third in Showmanship, fourth in Adult Western Pleasure, fourth in Horsemanship and sixth in Senior Western Pleasure.
- Michelle Schultz showed Red Hot (Honey Zip Me Up) and won fifth in Junior Western Pleasure and fifth in Horsemanship.
- Ashley Perkins showed Rosie (Titan's Deuce) and won second in Senior Western Pleasure.
- Molly Mellinger showed Hershey (Neverenoughchocolate) and won first in Novice Western Pleasure and third in Junior Western Pleasure.
The show had 389 entries, and our classes ranged in size from 10 to 18. It was a nice show, run well and a great facility to show in. It was a one-day show, but we took the horses up the afternoon before to school and be ready. We are looking forward to going again soon.
—Karen Craighead, Equestrian Studies
On Friday, Oct. 22, Interior Design professor Lee Ann Fields and 13 students attended Designer’s Day in St. Louis. They visited Lighting Associates, and toured the Alberici Headquarters, a LEED building; the KDR Residential Showroom; the Working Spaces contract showroom; and the Neotini tradeshow held at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel.
The week's exercise schedule is just a click away at Stephens Health Quest blog!
The Warehouse Theatre Company has raised $700 for True North Women’s Shelter in Columbia, Missouri, through the second annual Warehouse Costume and Vintage Sale, held last Saturday, Oct 23. This was made possible by clothing donations from the costume shop and the tremendous commitment of many student volunteers. Thank you so much to all who supported this event!
—Beth Leonard, Dean, School of Performing Arts
Holiday Exhibition and Sale
The Columbia Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild will hold its 21st Annual Holiday Exhibition and Sale from Nov. 12-14 at the Boone County Historical Society Museum. Show hours will be 5:30-8 p.m. on Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on Sunday. Demonstrations will be held Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free. Guild members will personally answer your questions, discuss various art-related activities and aid you in selection of pieces. Door prize drawings will be held every half hour both Saturday and Sunday; you must be present to win.
Advising Day (no classes)
Stephens Volleyball vs. Columbia College
7 p.m., Nov. 2; Silverthorne Arena
Stephens Volleyball vs. William Woods
7 p.m., Nov. 4; Silverthorne Arena
Stephens Volleyball vs. McKendree
3 p.m., Nov. 6; Silverthorne Arena
7:30 p.m., Nov. 10-13; Warehouse Theatre
Welcome to a world where wit rules and writing is vital. Award-winning playwright Donald Margulies follows the transformation of the love-hate relationship between a reclusive writer and her adoring student. Just having enjoyed a revival on Broadway, this intelligent and insightful coming-of-age story promises to stimulate thought while keeping the audience riveted. Some adult language.
Fee: $8 General, $6 Student/Senior
Contact: Box Office, x4199
Outside of Walls
Through Dec. 10
10 a.m-3 p.m. Monday through Friday and by appointment
Davis Art Gallery
Douglass Freed and John Louder pair together to feature their unique perspectives on the landscape painting genre.
Free and open to the public.
The Back-to-School Issue—A Collegiate Wardrobe
Through Dec. 19
noon-3 p.m. Saturday-Sunday and 5:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday
Historic Costume Gallery, mezzanine floor of LRW
“The Back-to-School Issue—A Collegiate Wardrobe” is focused on the attire that young American women have worn to college throughout the decades.
Free and open to the public.
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