The Missouri State Art+Design Department is pleased to announce designers Radovan Jenko and Sasha Vidakovic will be visiting Brick City and holding public lectures in conjunction with exhibitions of their work. Radovan Jenko will be opening an exhibit of his work during the FFAW October with a reception at the Brick City Gallery, from 6:00-10:00PM. A public lecture is … [Read more...] about Acclaimed Artists to Visit Brick City
First Friday Art Walk 6-10 p.m. on May 4 will have NEW art, NEW art venues, artist receptions, live music, the SculptureXGames Finale, international culture, local history, senior exhibitions, and all the food, fun, entertainment and shopping that have made downtown Springfield a destination! Below are some highlights of FFAW that will bring excitement for the last FFAW of the … [Read more...] about FFAW: May Celebration With 27 Locations!
Gear up for this month's First Friday Art Walk! This friday, April 6th, is going to be rainy, so don't be afraid to break out the umbrellas and raincoats. This month, there are over 20 locations to enjoy art across downtown Springfield! MSU Brick City Gallery, 215 W. Mill, and the Department of Art+Design, presents The Road I Call Home: Portraits and Films by Randy Bacon; … [Read more...] about April FFAW: Bring an Umbrella!
This Friday, April 6, an exhibition of works by students in the Master of Fine Arts in Visual Studies program at Missouri State University's Department of Art and Design will be opening at the Mighty Sharp Gallery. Artists Ainura Ashirova, Neal Polallis, Xuehue Jin and Vladan Djordjevic will be exhibiting their work that explores multicultural topics. Their work includes … [Read more...] about 3&1 an exhibition featuring works by MFA students
Celebrate the opening of Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power! This symposium features exhibition artists and curators who will join us for an insightful round of conversation reflecting on art, politics, music, and community in the age of Black Power. The program kicks off with an opening discussion by the Tate’s curators, Mark Godfrey and Zoe Whitley, and continues … [Read more...] about Opening Artists’ Symposium!