First Friday is right around the corner for February, 2015. At Fresh Gallery, we like to highlight our fantastic artists. For this month, we are pleased to present two events.
Now that the holidays are over, it is time to start thinking about that special person in your life. Afterall, Valentine’s Day is almost here. Fresh artists offer a wide variety of possible gift ideas for your sweetheart. Options include wood and ceramic wine goblets, paintings, jewelry, vases, interlocked hearts carved out of single pieces of wood, and other wonderful gifts.
It has been said that the way you start your New Year sets the tone for the next 12 months. First Friday Art Walk hopes you’ll embrace art, expression and creativity as your guiding lights in 2015 and step out with us 6-10 p.m. Jan. 2 in 18 participating art venues!
First Friday is right around the corner for January, 2015. At Fresh Gallery, we like to highlight an artist during the First Friday festivities. For January, it is our pleasure to feature Katelyn Butler, our “Fresh Air” Open Juried Competition winner in 2014.
The Springfield Regional Arts Council (SRAC) will award $15,000 in Arts & Culture grant funding in a presentation to kick off The Creamery Arts Center’s December First Friday Art Walk (FFAW) exhibition opening on Friday, December 5, 2014. Both events are free and open to the public.
Experience World’s Fairs of yesteryear and tomorrow, Then & Now: Downtown for Christmas, a variety of Senior Art Exhibitions, art by the renowned Synthia Saint James, hands-on activities, sculpture, Roots: The Art of Christie Snelson, glassblowing, live music and arts performances, and much, much more in 27 participating venues for First Friday Art Walk, 6-10 p.m. Friday Dec. 5.
First Friday is right around the corner for December, 2014. At Fresh Gallery, we like to highlight our artists during the First Friday festivities. For December, it is our pleasure to feature Mike Maloney.
Mike Maloney is a bronze and pewter artist. He was born in Austin, TX to parents who loved art and encouraged his own path, beginning with woodcarving with his father. Years later, he began using wax and clay to form models that aided in his carving. The softer medium allowed for more refined pieces that would later be cast in metal.
The Springfield Regional Arts Council (SRAC) is pleased to announce “Reconstructing the Ideas of Printmaking,” an exhibition showcasing hand- produced prints, paper, books, monotypes, relief prints, and zines. The show will open on First Friday Art Walk, Friday, November 7 at The Creamery Arts Center with an opening reception from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. The reception is open to the public, and will feature live printing demonstrations.
Ballet in the yogurt aisle, the convergence of literature and fine art, Wingapalooza’s Friday Night Ink, a printmaking revival, Tour of the Globe, LIVE encaustic painting, Sarajevo 100, Art by Michael Parkes and soooo much more make First Friday Art Walk THE place to be in November! Join us 6-10 p.m. Nov. 7 in 29 participating venues for stunning local, national and international art, tastings, live demonstrations, live music and more.
Our mission is to transform lives and enrich the community through the arts.
Financial assistance for the Springfield Regional Arts Council is provided by the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency. SRAC is also supported by its partner — the Springfield-Greene County Park Board.