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The Great Flood Exhibition

Join us for a retrospective look marking the 30th anniversary of the Great Flood of 1993. The 1993 flood of the Missouri River and its tributaries was undoubtedly record-breaking. In its wake, the Great Flood left a landscape permanently changed. The disaster would go on record as the worst flood in United States history when […]


Crossroads: Change in Rural America at Crane

Stone County Historical Society Event Center 117 S Main St, Crane

Open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 10am-4pm, or groups of 10 or more with a reservation at other times. About the Exhibit: Missouri Humanities, in conjunction with the Smithsonian, are proud to present Crossroads: Change in Rural America. In 1900, about 40% of Americans lived in rural areas, By 2010, less than 18% of the U.S. […]


Murals of Neosho Guide and Descriptive Audio Tour

Neosho, MO Neosho

Neosho Arts Council is debuting their new Murals of Neosho Guide and Descriptive Audio Tour. Everyone can now visit the town’s murals in person or online while watching and listening to a descriptive audio tour of each piece. The audio descriptions will guide viewers through the work using descriptive language while weaving in historical and […]


Jesse James Augmented Reality Adventure

Jesse James Bank Museum, 103 N water st Liberty Missouri 103 N Water st, Liberty

Step into the Wild West with our Jesse James Bank Museum AR Experience! The Jesse James Bank Museum, located on the historic square in Liberty, Missouri, was the site of the nation's first successful daylight peacetime bank robbery. While the robbers were never caught, the crime was attributed to the infamous James Gang. Visitors will […]

$4.50 – $62

Small Towns, Big Stories Exhibition

State Historical Society of Missouri Art Gallery 605 Elm Street, Columbia

Since 1949, professional photographers from around the country, including Missouri, have captured images of life in rural Missouri towns as part of the Missouri Photo Workshop, established at the Missouri School of Journalism. SHSMO is hosting an exhibition marking the 75th anniversary of the workshops. Visitors can study more than 100 images taken in 51 […]



State Historical Society of Missouri Art Gallery 605 Elm Street, Columbia

This video Installation by Valerie Wedel, an art professor at William Woods University in Fulton, Missouri, features enlarged, hand-painted copies of letters that are held in the archives of the State Historical Society of Missouri. The images have been artistically “aged” for effect, crumpled, torn, and scattered to represent controversies surrounding access to historical information. […]


SHSMO 125th Anniversary Exhibit Reception

Join SHSMO staff and supporters for the opening reception of a new exhibit that looks back at 125 years of the State Historical Society of Missouri. This new exhibit in the Wenneker Family Corridor Gallery (2nd floor, Center for Missouri Studies) explores SHSMO’s history, present collections, and programs. Refreshments will be provided.

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2023 Hunt. Fish. Gather.

Saint Louis Zoo McDonnell Center 1 Government Drive, Saint Louis

Join the Alliance for Native Programs and Initiatives for 2023's Hunt. Fish. Gather. event on November 9th, 2023, at the Saint Louis Zoo! Hunt. Fish. Gather. is ANPI’s annual event to illuminate Native foodways and traditions, educate the St. Louis community on topics such as Indigenous food sovereignty and food justice, and experience Native cuisine. […]


Native Ground: The First People of Missouri Before Statehood

Missouri State Archives 600 W. Main St., Jefferson City

Dr. Brad Lookingbill, Distinguished Professor of History at Columbia College of Missouri, offers a program on the state’s earliest people. Long before Europeans arrived and claimed dominion over an imagined wilderness, the original inhabitants developed diverse cultures in relation to the rivers, prairies, plains, plateaus and woodlands. Missouri was native ground to multiple tribal groups; […]


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