Welcome back to another First Friday Art Walk! Be sure to grab your jackets and coats, because this Walk is sure to be the chilliest one of the semester. (Forecasts for rain and lows of 36 degrees!) This month, FFAW offers an array of art that will fire your inspiration and warm your heart in the fave of the bitter cold on Friday, November 2nd. The reception will start at … [Read more...] about November 2nd: Art Walk Turns Chilly!
Join us on October 5th as we celebrate the First Friday of October! This month, there will be "spooky" events in over 27 different locations around Springfield! The Art Walk will begin at 6:00 on Friday, October 5th, and will run until 10:00. Don't forget! All Missouri State Galleries will be providing refreshments and snacks for those interested. MSU Student Exhibition … [Read more...] about October’s FFAW: Spooky Fun!
Welcome back Missouri State Bears! August has certainly been a whirlwind, with new schedules, hectic parking, and challenging classes. With September rolling in and the semester settling down, be sure to come see what this month's First Friday Art Walk has to offer! This Friday, there will be 27 participating locations and shows. From painting, glass art, Modern Art and … [Read more...] about September Art Walk: a Night to Remember!
March is arriving seemingly quicker than ever, and with warm weather and rainy days, First Friday Art Walk is also upon us! This Friday, March 2, 22 locations across Springfield will be participating in the walk, including the Student Exhibition Center and the Brick City Gallery! Student Exhibition Center: 838 E. Walnut St., presents Design & Image 2018: Biennial Graphic … [Read more...] about MSU Galleries to Exhibit Work for First Friday: March
Welcome Back Bears! Are you ready for February's FFAW extravaganza? This month, there will be 19 participating galleries and interactive demonstrations. Featured in the FFAW are two new exhibitions in the Brick City Gallery: Keaton Wynn's "Powerplay", a collection of ceramic sculpture, and Dick Lehman's "Celebrating Mystery in the Microcosm", featuring ceramic vessels and … [Read more...] about First Friday Art Walk: February!