Welcome back Bears! The semester is quickly coming to a close, with finals week beginning in JUST 2 days! If you’re looking for a break from studying, some amazing art to enjoy, or just the refreshments, please join us on Friday, December 7th, for the last Art Walk of 2018! The Walk begins at 6:00PM-10:00PM, with over two dozen Art Walk locations for live art … [Read more...] about December FFAW Ends Semester with a Bang!
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 … [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!
About the exhibit Come discover Bacon's work during the open exhibition. Location The Brick City Gallery Date and Time March 19-April 20, 2018. This event is free and open to the public. "The Road I Call Home" This is a series of simple, direct, casual studio portraits of homeless individuals, emphasizing the beauty, identity and integrity of each person. … [Read more...] about Randy Bacon exhibition, reception and public lecture
Three Missouri State art history students have been chosen to present research at the 11th Annual Art History Symposium. The event will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on April 7 at the Springfield Art Museum. Who will present at the symposium The MSU students include: Paige Whitcomb, “Analyzing the Melun Diptych: An Examination of Jean Fouquet’s Style” Amanda … [Read more...] about Art history students present research at annual symposium