Links to our friends and partners
Mt. Vernon String Program receives a grant
from Springfield Regional Arts and
Community Foundation of the Ozarks to start one of the first intergenerational string instruction programs
in the state.
Tim Daucher, professional violinist, and Springfield Symphony member, is the teacher.
This group meets on Monday evenings during the school year at the MARC at 7:00 pm.
Veterans Way Mural holds the attention of all people who watch its progress.
Mt. Vernon Regional Arts built a performance space in The MARC Theatre. Now our schools and community theatres havea performance space.
Mt. Vernon Regional Arts created a gallery space in The MARC for exhibitions and receptions.
The Arts also has a gallery space in KeenBean
Mt. Vernon Regional Arts partnered with Mt. Vernon Kiwanis to build the the Kiwanis Stage/pavilion in Spirit of 76 Park for events there, including Movies in the Park.
The Misssouri Arts Award 2013: Top Arts Organization
Mt Vernon Regional Arts Council Director Karen Colton- Millsap.
Treasurer Carol George-Millsap.
Mt Vernon Mayor Dave Eden,
City Administrator Max Springer.
Meeting with Senator David Sater
at the 2013 Missouri Art Awards at the Missouri State Capitol.
Mt Vernon's cheering section in the Capitol rotunda
at the Missouri Art Awards.
Mt Vernon Regional Arts Theatre Director Lu Faucett, Director Karen Millsap,
Treasurer Carol Millsap, Mt Vernon Mayor Dave Eden,
Mt Vernon City Administrator Max Springer in the Thomas Hart Benton Room
in the Missouri State Capitol at the Missouri Art Awards.
Missouri Arts Council chair Nola Ruth with
Mt. Vernon Regional Arts Director Karen Millsap
receiving the Missouri Arts Council's "2013 Art Organization" award in the rotunda of the Missouri State Capitol.
Karen Colton-Millsap was featured as an Arts Hero.
Outstanding Arts Organizations.