The word writer encapsulates poet, playwright, novelist, etc, perfectly. These creatives use the written word to share an idea or emotion with their audience. To tell a story. This April, The Springfield Regional Arts Council invites visual artists to consider how their work blends, supports, or can be inspired by the creative nature of the written word in our April exhibit, “Between the Lines.” After all - an image is worth a thousand words!
Artists and creators can display up to three works of any size that draw inspiration from a literary resource. We invite artistic approaches to this concept across a variety of media: painting, photography, sculpture, wearable art, digital art, textiles, and ceramics.
To be included in the “Between the Lines," exhibition pieces need to be brought to the Creamery Arts Center on March 25 and 26, between 9:00, am and 5:00 pm am. All two-dimensional pieces must be wired and ready to hang before drop-off. No sawtooth hangers will be accepted.
“Between the Lines” will open with a public reception at The Creamery Arts Center Exhibition Hall during First Friday Art Walk, April 2nd, from 5 pm to 7 pm.
Questions? Email our Director of Programs and Exhibitions Rachel Johnson