Press Releases

Workshop: Framing and Hanging Basics

Framing and Hanging Basics

Learn to properly and professionally frame and hang your work to be ready for the gallery wall with demonstrations and hands-on practice. The workshop will be led by Brian Fickett, professional art handler and installer.

February 16, 5:30-7:30pm

$20 for SRAC members / $25 for non-members

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The Creamery Arts Center

Second Annual Conducting Workshop

The Springfield Symphony, Springfield-Drury Civic Orchestra, and Drury University will host their second annual conducting workshop on February 23-24, 2018 in Drury University’s Clara Thompson Hall designed to provide aspiring conductors the opportunity to work with a professional chamber ensemble of Springfield Symphony musicians in a nurturing environment.

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Clara Thompson Hall
Drury University

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.

SRAC, CFO grant $19,000 to 15 regional nonprofits

Community Foundation of the OzarksNovember 29, 2017 - The Springfield Regional Arts Council (SRAC) awards $19,000 in Arts and Culture Grants to 15 area nonprofit organizations. The recipients will be recognized in a public presentation December 1 at The Creamery Arts Center to kick off First Friday Art Walk (FFAW) before The Creamery's opening of "$100 and Under" (5-8pm).

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