Welcome to the City of Columbia’s audio art tour. Each featured work of art has its own connection to Columbia’s history and is a part of our cultural legacy. This guide is meant to enhance your interaction with the art by providing additional information about the works and the artists. The audio tour was made possible by a grant from the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art. The project was produced by The City Channel in collaboration with the city's Office of Cultural Affairs.
The Downtown Tour www.gocolumbiamo.com/Arts/Public_Art/downtowntour.xml
Boone County Courthouse Square Jamboree by Jim Calvin and Andy Davis
Wabash Station Time in Transit by David Spear Wabash 808 by Don Asbee
8th and Cherry Parking Garage Rolling Ahead by Ron Fondaw
Flat Branch Park Marathoners by Larry Young
Columbia Public Library Cypher by Albert Paley Tree of Knowledge by Joseph Falsetti The Shell Seeker by Sabra Tull Meyer La Colomba by Peter Chinni
Gentry City Building Statue of Liberty Replica
City Hall Keys to the City by Howard Meehan
Note: This project is underway. Hear about progress here.
The Around Town Tour www.gocolumbiamo.com/Arts/Public_Art/aroundtowntour.xml
MKT Nature and Fitness Trail (Stadium Boulevard entrance) Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial by Barbara Grygutis
Activity and Recreation Center (ARC) Taking the Plunge by Norman Courtney
Columbia/Boone County Department of Health & Human Services and the Family Health Center Art of Memory by Hugh Merrill
Fire Station No. 7 In Gratitude by Jane Bick Mudd
Fire Station No. 8 Network by Susan Taylor Glasgow
Reynolds Alumni Center, University of Missouri campus Beetle Bailey by Mort and Neal Walker
Boone Hospital Center Medical Park Nexus by Larry Young
Stephens Lake Park Look Out Point by Carol Fleming
Oakland Aquatic Center Leap In To by Mark La Mair
Both Tours: Downtown & Around Town
How to Download a Tour
Note: If you have an iPod shuffle, a Motorola phone featuring iTunes, or a third-party music player, you can only add podcasts manually. For other iPod models, you can set up iTunes to automatically sync podcasts on your iPod and your computer.
Add a Tour to your iPod or MP3 Player Using iTunes
Open iTunes and select "Advanced" from the top menu, then select "Subscribe to Podcast."
Paste the feed URL (provided above) for the desired tour into the window.
iTunes will download the introduction file automatically...once it has completed, double click on the newly downloaded podcast labeled either "Downtown Tour" or "Around Town Tour" to see all of the files.
You can download the other stops inside of iTunes by clicking on "GET" next to each file.
Connect your iPod to your computer.
When the iPod icon appears in iTunes, select it.
Click the Podcasts tab and then do one of the following:
To automatically update your iPod with all the podcasts in your Podcasts playlist, select Sync.
To add podcasts to your iPod manually, deselect Sync and drag podcasts or podcast episodes from your Podcasts playlist to the iPod icon in the iTunes window (below Devices).
After you sync, if you add podcasts to your iTunes library before you disconnect the iPod, choose File, then select Sync iPod to add the new podcasts to your iPod.
Add a Tour to your MP3 Player without I-Tunes
Click the download icon next to the tour you wish to download.
Click “save” on the dialogue box that pops up.
Select the location to save the tour.
Double click the archive to expand it.
Copy the files to your My Music folder or alternatively directly to your MP3 player.
If you copied them to your MP3 Player, no further action is required.
If you copied them to your My Music folder, use Windows Media Player to transfer the files to your MP3 Player.