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Home for the Arts: Hannibal Arts Council

105 S. Main St.
Hannibal  Missouri  63401
United States
(573) 221-6545
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admission to gallery free; fees for some special events

Midwest Living Review

Damaine Vonada
This new gallery makes up an important part of Hannibal's burgeoning arts scene.

One of Hannibal's 1800s buildings has been restored into a sleek and modern art gallery, which is also fully accessibly. Rotating exhibits include solo shows, group shows, themed exhibits (one on Twain-inspired art is on the books for 2010) and more. Local and regional artists are highlighted regularly, so this is a great place to find the many talented folks in the area. The building also has a small performing arts space. The Hannibal Arts Council produces the fall Folklife Festival, which has run for more than 30 years. The 1800s-theme festival includes artists and craftspeople, traditional music and foods, demonstrations and a special children's area.

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