Calls for Artists

Call for Artists: 3D and Sculptural Art for SRAC's Corporate Arts Program

Snake On Wheels by Ken Richardson from Metamorphosis 2017

The Springfield Regional Arts Council (SRAC) is looking for 3D and sculpture artists to submit their work to be part of the Corporate Art Program: Structure Gallery. Artworks of interest include but are not limited to: glass, ceramics, metals, wood, and mixed media which can be functional or fine art decorative pieces.

Call for Artists: "Between the Lines - A World Without People"

Imagine a world in which society as we know it has disappeared. Where do you go? How do you rebuild? What would you need to not just survive, but thrive in this unfamiliar new world? Where would you find joy or happiness? These are some of the themes explored in this year’s Big Read book, “Station Eleven” by Emily St.

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The Creamery Arts Center

Call For Artists: Art in the Park at George Washington Carver National Monument

Artists needed for plein air painting, conducting art workshops for the public, or both. Set up at location of your choice across park grounds. Display artwork and share business cards (no art sales). Gain inspiration from the natural setting of George Washington Carver's childhood home.

Art in the Park, Saturday, April 21, 2018, 10am-3pm

Registration Deadline: April 19, 2018; contact Curtis Gregory, park ranger, for more information.

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George Washington Carver National Monument

Call for Artists: Tranquility at Waverly House

Waverly House will be hosting their spring juried show titled "Tranquility".  This show is open to all artists 18 years of age or older. The work may be any medium or combination of media.

Entry forms are due to Waverly House February 27 and entries are due March 6, 2018.

Please email for complete entry forms or call 417-882-3445.

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Waverly House

Call for Artists: Speak Freely

MAY 4-12, 2018

Speak Freely

Is there a policy, law or societal norm that you don’t agree with? If so, this is your chance to express your views in a gallery setting. Drury on C-Street Gallery is hosting an exhibition of political art and the venue will be designed in the style of a “modern” speakeasy to represent the prohibition era’s idea that anything can be changed if members of society speak freely with a collective voice.

DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: Monday, April 9, 2018