Sep
9
Sep 10

EcoArtFest

  • Cooper's Landing

Our annual live music and arts festival fundraiser at Cooper's Landing!

The Missouri River Cultural Conservancy is seeking vendors for our 11th annual EcoArt Festival. Cost is $25 for a 10x10 space. Some spaces with electricity are available on request. Jewelry, arts and crafts, woodworking projects, tie-dyed clothing, soaps, lotions and other items are a perfect fit. Attendance is expected of 200-500 through both days, possibly more. 14 bands featured through the weekend. Camping spots are available. Contact Vanessa at veeleetz@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Sign up for a vendor, artist or non-profit booth using these documents below:

2017 EcoArtFest Vendor Booth Registration Form

2017 EcoArtFest Artist Booth Registration Form

2017 EcoArtFest Non-Profit Booth Registration Form


Playing The Past - Kinder Institute Seminar
May
4
5:30 pm17:30

Playing The Past - Kinder Institute Seminar

  • Jesse Hall, Room 410

Scheduled for May 4, 2017, at 5:30 PM in Jesse Hall 410, the final session of Kinder Postdoctoral Fellow Billy Coleman’s Playing the Past community seminar features the work of the Missouri River Cultural Conservancy, a non-profit and volunteer driven group dedicated to documenting, recording, archiving, and fostering awareness of the history and culture of the Central Missouri River Region. In this unique presentation, MoRivCC represetnatives will share the group’s most significant audio-visual records of songwriters, composers, and artists from the local area, and discuss how their creations facilitate connections between the past and the present.

Feb
19
1:00 pm13:00

MoRivCC Vintage Video Show

  • Boone County Historical Society and Galleries

MoRivCC will be showcasing its video footage from 2008-2012 at the Boone County Historical Society and Galleries from 1:00pm until 4:00pm.