Arts and Culture

In Liberty, you're free to:
  • enjoy our city's murals, statues and art exhibits
  • explore colorful history at a museum or on a guided walking tour, 
  • enjoy live entertainment at a concert or theatrical event, and 
  • celebrate the seasons at a festival or farmers' market
In Liberty, there is something for everyone. Explore links, calendar and our partners in the arts! 

Liberty Arts Commission - The Liberty Arts Commission serves as the arts advocacy agency for the City of Liberty.
    Liberty Arts Foundation - The Liberty Arts Foundation serves to support, encourage and assist the arts community of Liberty and to educate and enrich the lives of our citizens through the arts.

    1. Walking Tour: Mt. Memorial Cemetery

      Learn more about the Town of Liberty's first public burying ground. Tour meets at 10 a.m. at the entrance to the cemetery. Enter William Jewell College campus from Miller Avenue and continue up the hill. Read on...
    2. Walking Tour: Jewell Historic District

      Learn more about this historic district from a local historian on Sept. 9. This area was the first addition to the Town of Liberty, in 1839. Some of Liberty's oldest homes are contained within this area. Read on...
    3. Art Exhibit at City Hall: The Fine Art of Carol Sweetwood and Kevin Callahan

      The Liberty Arts Commission invites the public to visit the City Hall art gallery to view the paintings of Kevin Callahan and Carol Sweetwood. Read on...
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