The Creamery Arts Center

Artsfest on Walnut Q&A for Artists

FAQ for Artists

Interested in applying for Artsfest on Walnut (or any other outdoor art festival)? The Springfield Regional Arts Council, along with a panel of pros (including artist Crystal Moody, ArtsFest event coordinator Bethany Bell, and SRAC Director of Marketing, Nicole Chilton), will help answer any questions you may have about how to get started. Bring a lunch and meet us at The Creamery Board Room. 

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Free Art Day at The Creamery

 

free art day

Warm up before the Downtown Springfield Christmas parade with crafts and cookie decorating! Art stations for kiddos of all ages. Parents, please join your child on this festive afternoon! The Parade starts at 2pm. 

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The Music Studio's Fall Recital

Fall Recital

Enjoy The Music Studio's fall recital on Saturday, October 20th, held at The Creamery Arts Center. Performances will include voice, piano, art songs, and musical theatre. The event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited.

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Caught My Eye: Member Show Invitational

Caught My Eye

Celebrate nine artists and their amazing work during "Caught My Eye: A Members' Show Invitational." Sponsored by Positronic Industries, the opening reception will have music, light bites and beverages, and great conversation. 

Featured artists include: Ainura Ashirova, Luke Blevins, Melissa Bollwerk, Jesse Clay, Susan Goodman, Jenny Judlin, Farley Lewis, Linda Passeri, John Whytock. 

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Audition: Cymbeline

Actors Theatre of Missouri announces auditions for our winter production of William Shakespeare's Cymbeline, Monday and Tuesday, October 15 and 16 from 7:00 to 9:00 at The Creamery Arts Center board room.  

Directed by Samantha Henrizi, Cymbeline is Shakespeare's play about love, betrayal, and jealously centered around the succession of an early Celtic king. Transported into the American South just after the Second World War, Henrizi's staging will bring a more modern slant to the tale.

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