Fall Into Art

- a festival celebrating tradition and art in our community -

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 show has been cancelled

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What a great show we had in 2018!  As wonderful as all of our artists have been over the years, it does seem like the art and artists get better every year.  We are grateful that so many talented artisans have joined us each year and have spread the word that this is a show that’s not to be missed.  We had record attendance last year.  You just can’t have a great show without appreciative customers, and Columbia is known for its smart, savvy, art-buying public.  Our volunteers, too, were wonderful.  Best of all, we raised almost $3400 for the Food Bank (click to read more) this year!  That is almost a thousand dollars more than last year.  Thanks to you, our artists who donated pieces for the Silent Auction, you, our customers who purchased those items, and you, all our patrons who donated money to benefit the Food Bank!  That is almost $1,000 more than in 2017.  THANK YOU to everyone!  


But enough about last year.  This year we’re celebrating our 10TH ANNIVERSARY!  With our usual blend of amazing art, fine craft, and terrific music, this year promises to be our best yet.  We’ll have 55 carefully chosen artisans, fantastic live music throughout, and of course another silent auction to benefit the Food Bank.  We’ll throw in a few 10th anniversary surprises, too!  Stay tuned.


The Plaza Event Center at Parkade is a beautifully restored former mall in Columbia MO, now housing two community college satellites, three eateries, and a number of thriving local businesses. We are lucky to have this lovely space for a weekend in autumn. Situated right off Interstate 70 in Columbia, Missouri, it provides easy access, ample parking, and a comfortable, relaxed indoor venue for both artists and patrons. 


Come join us again as the Plaza Event Center at Parkade hosts Fall Into Art 2019. Our show is always free and open to the public.


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