The exhibit presents art from the first two years of World War I, highlighting two differing styles of art from the period. Many of the works in the exhibition are representative of the modernist movement arising from the war, detailing the fighting in abstract terms.
Amateur snapshots of pets, baseball games, Christmas trees, amateur plays, vacation fun–and even subjects snapping themselves in mirrors, which could be considered the original selfies, highlights the deep cultural importance of photography.
Growing in popularity with new attractions, May 5 - 8, families can enjoy local and out of state entertainment, mariachis, folkloric dancers, food trucks, kid’s rides, booths, contests, raffles and much more, including a 5K run/walk.
Watch the April edition of the Missouri Department of Conservation's Nature's Calling video to see some hot topics this month in the Missouri outdoors. Get valuable tips and info about turkeys, morel mushrooms and blooming trees in this month's "Nature's Calling."
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