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Crossroads: Change in Rural America at Brookfield

Brookfield License Office 223 North Main Street, Brookfield

Hours: Monday - Friday 10AM-4PM ; Saturday 10AM-2PM 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. population lived in rural areas. In just over a century, […]

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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 […]

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Resurrection

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. […]

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Coffee With Carver: To Fill the Empty Dinner Pail

George Washington Carver National Monument 5656 Carver Road, Diamond, Missouri

George Washington Carver's outreach to impoverished families included sharing information about enriching the nutritional value of their meals, thus improving their health, with sweet potatoes and peanuts. He wrote bulletins […]

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