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First Friday Art Walk

Fresh Gallery to Feature Marian Chamberlain and Angel Brame for August's First Friday Art Walk

First Friday is right around the corner for August, 2014.  At Fresh Gallery, we like to highlight our artists during the First Friday festivities.  For August, it is our pleasure to feature Marian Chamberlain and Angel Brame.

Art Walk is all over the map, and the calendar, in July 2 venues open July 4; official Art Walk moved to Friday July 11; new daytime Art Walk event, Second Saturday, debuts on July 12

The July Art Walk is traditionally a smaller, more intimate affair. Summer is in full swing, the university galleries are on summer break, and a few of our members take time off for family and vacations. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have some amazing artist shows, demonstrations, music and more!

Fresh Gallery to feature Linda Passeri and Alan O'Neal for July's First Friday Art Walk

First Friday is right around the corner for July, 2014.  At Fresh Gallery, we love the opportunity to feature our very own incredible artists.  For July, we are proud to present Linda Passeri and Alan O’Neal.

Springfield Art Museum Launches First Friday Art Walk Participation during Watercolor USA Opening this June

The Springfield Art Museum will kick off its participation in First Friday Art Walk tomorrow with the opening of its annual Watercolor USA exhibition with a reception 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Friday, June 6.

The event is free and open to the public and those attending will be provided free shuttle service from the Museum to downtown Springfield.

Watercolor USA meets First Friday Art Walk June 6

Art Museum shuttle to connect Springfield’s hottest art destinations!

 In June, First Friday Art Walk is partnering with the Springfield Art Museum for a show at The Creative Foundry and shuttle service between the Foundry and the Art Museum, where Watercolor USA holds its opening reception, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

 Overall, the June 6 Art Walk features art, live art demonstrations, artist receptions, live music and more in 23 participating venues 6-10 p.m. on First Friday.

Fresh Gallery to feature Bill Armstrong for June First Friday Art Walk

First Friday is right around the corner for June, 2014.  At Fresh Gallery, we love the opportunity to feature incredible artists.  For June, we are proud to present Bill Armstrong.

May First Friday Artwalk at Arts & Letters

For May at Arts & Letters, we are featuring two exciting shows. On our Gallery Wall for Things That Scare Me, painter Tyler Estes has created an entirely new body of work that takes a whimsical approach to the other; to the nightmares; to the things that scare us. On our Salon Wall, famed London-based artist Jonathan Meyer has created a series of archival pigment prints of dollar bills previously stapled to the ceiling of Springfield’s own whiskey bar and hot live music spot The Outland. Brother Wiley will be performing live during the opening reception on May 2 from 7:00-10:00pm.

Springfield Police Museum open during First Friday Art Walk

The Springfield Police Museum, located in the Calaboose at 409 W. McDaniel, will be open 6-9 p.m. May 2 during First Friday Art Walk. The Calaboose was built in 1891 and used until the 1940s. The museum offers displays of uniforms, badges, equipment and weapons from the proud history of the Springfield Police Department.

May Walk features new venues, special events

Art Walk enlivens the merry month of May with new venues, special events and, of course, fabulous original artwork by local artists!

Art Walk kicks off the three-day arts extravaganza that is Artsfest on Walnut Street with art, music, live demonstrations, tastings, unveilings and more in 27 participating venues.

Best of Central High’s Fine Arts on display at The Creamery

The SRAC will host a free public exhibition of student work from the International Baccalaureate (IB) program at Central High School. The exhibition, now in its seventh year, will showcase the art, film, music, and theater departments and will also display work from the English and science departments. 

Susan Brown, Central IB art teacher, said, “The IB Show is a wonderful way for students to share and celebrate the hard work that they do throughout the year.”

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