Start at the parking lot at 313 N Boonville at 3 p.m. for a 10-12 mile social bike ride that will feature photo ops at a few of Springfield Sculpture Walk's sculptures. Then, gather for food, fun, and fellowship at Harbell's.
Call to Artists 2019-2020
Entry Deadline is January 31, 2019
Our Call for Artists for 2019-2020 is now open!
Join Meghan Rowswell (MadMegh's Studio), the artist representing Missouri in the current special exhibition "4x4: 2018 Midwest Invitational Exhibition," for a unique workshop focused on soft sculpture (the art of creating pattern and form using textiles).
Textiles are a uniquely challenging medium to use for sculpture because of its flatness and lack of rigidity, but its textural qualities and associations make it an extremely rewarding experience.
Cycling enthusiasts: Start at the parking lot at 313 N Boonville at 2 p.m. for a 10-12 mile social ride that will feature photo ops at a few of Springfield Sculpture Walk's sculptures including Viewpoint, Cosmic Pickle, the Creamery Beast, and the Springfield Art Museum's "Sun Target II" (the giant french fries).
The Springfield Regional Arts Council (SRAC) is looking for 3D and sculpture artists to submit their work to be part of the Corporate Art Program: Structure Gallery. Artworks of interest include but are not limited to: glass, ceramics, metals, wood, and mixed media which can be functional or fine art decorative pieces.
The Allied Arts Council in conjunction with the City of St. Joseph invites regional, national, and international sculpture artists to enter a sculpture for the 5th annual St. Joseph Sculpture Walk! The Sculpture Walk is an exhibit of beautiful outdoor sculptures displayed for one year in downtown St. Joseph, Missouri.
Maschino's hosts a two month exhibit of the work of regional artists from August 29 through October 30, 2017. The theme of the juried show is “Outside Art: Springfield’s Sculptures”. Spingfield has a rich amount of public sculpture. The theme is this show was chosen to see how 2D artists interpret 3D art works.
The public is invited to a special summertime rotation of the Park Central Square sculpture, the Tumbler, at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 21.
This is a unique tumble for Public Works crews as this quarterly event coincides with a celebration of the life of late Coffee Ethic owner Tom Billionis.
The Ozark Greenways, Jordan Valley Park, Springfield Regional Arts Council and Sculpture Walk Springfield have pulled together to reveal to the public 4-5 new permanent sculptures to be displayed this fall in Jordan Valley Park. These pieces will extend the existing public art route, creating a museum without walls with access to all in the heart of