The Springfield Museum’s latest exhibit, “Traditional Dress and Mexican Horseman or Charro Equipment Exhibit /Exhibición de Trajes Típicos de México e Indumentaria de Charro”, is opening Friday, September 13, 2019 at the Springfield Museum.
Folk music, puppetry, and more are coming to the Springfield Public Library!
The City is accepting applications to fill two vacancies on its nine-member volunteer Arts Commission.
Community members and the media are invited to attend the fourth annual UpStream Art event, where local artists will paint storm drain murals in Springfield. Five artists will be creating murals on the ground, and the community is invited to watch from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, August 24 at the Booth-Kelly trailhead [...]
The Springfield Museum is seeking applicants with strong interest in the history and culture of Springfield to join its Museum advisory committee. The Museum is adding five new positions to its existing four members, giving the Committee nine members total.
The City of Springfield is encouraging individual artists or teams of artists to submit designs for the creation of two crosswalk art installations to be located in Downtown Springfield. The crosswalk art will be across 4th and 5th streets, adjacent to Main Street.
The Springfield Arts Commission (SAC) will begin accepting applications for its Fall Heritage Arts Grant cycle on August 1, 2019. The grant intends to celebrate not only the arts, but also to recognize projects in Springfield that preserves and celebrate the culture of the city.
The Springfield Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee will meet from 6-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, August 13 at Springfield City Hall (225 Fifth Street) in the Council Chambers. The community is welcome to attend.
The Springfield Arts Commission is pleased to present Colorful Creations, an exhibition of digital drawings by artist Joshua Searl. The show will run from August 5-31, 2019 with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m., Friday, August 9 at Springfield City Hall, 225 Fifth Street.
The Springfield Museum’s second floor permanent exhibit space and stairwell will be closed to the public beginning July 25, 2019, in preparation for upcoming renovation work. The first floor Kathy Jensen Gallery will remain open to the public with no change in hours.