Spend one hour with one work of art once a month at Springfield Art Museum's new Slow Viewing Nights.
Join Museum Assistant Rick Briggenhorst for Input + Output, a new local art critique group, happening on select Saturdays. View and respond to works presented by local artists and be a part of the growth of discourse around art centered in the community:
Please join Springfield Art Museum and Missouri State University for the opening reception of the "Missouri State University MFA Showcase," highlighting work by students from the Art + Design Department who are pursuing their Master of Fine Arts in Visual Studies.
The Evangel University Fine Arts & Design Gallery is featuring the works of four seniors through May 2, 2019. Admission to the art exhibit is free and open to the public
The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and is located in the Lawrence & Alletha Barnett Fine Arts Center, just south of the Spence Chapel, facing Glenstone Ave.
Spend one hour with one work of art once a month at the new Slow Viewing Nights.
If you missed the April 5 First Friday Art Walk or just can’t get enough of our amazing April artists, Second Saturday is for you! Join 17 Art Walk locations for original art in painting, drawing, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, glass and more in our laid-back, daytime art stroll, noon-5 p.m. April 13.
Join Museum Assistant Rick Briggenhorst for Input + Output, a new local art critique group, happening on select Saturdays. View and respond to works presented by local artists and be a part of the growth of discourse around art centered in our community:
"This body of work is born out of my intense love and reverence for nature. It is a love letter to earth, a melancholy response to the growing threats to our natural environment. I hope to reveal a particular beauty and fragility imbued with an encroaching possibility of loss."
- Lil Olive
The Springfield Art Museum and Art Mosaic One invite you to Art In Bloom 2019, the signature event celebrating fine art and fantastic floral displays. Art In Bloom invites floral designers from throughout the region to imaginatively interpret works of art on view in the Museum's galleries and presents them alongside those works for your enrapt enjoyment.