SPark! Meet the Artists

SPark! Meet the Artists

The Springfield Museums, Springfield Cultural Partnership , Mayor Domenic Sarno, The Springfield Parks and Recreation Department, and the Springfield Business Improvement District presented a Meet the Artist event, Wednesday, November 17, at 2:15 pm in the newly...
SPark! Call for Art

SPark! Call for Art

*This call is now completed. View our selected artists here. Springfield Cultural Partnership and The Springfield Museums request proposals for public art installations in the Springfield Central Cultural District at the newly renovated Pynchon Plaza. The SPark!...
SPark! About  the Theme

SPark! About the Theme

Igniting Our Community with Public Art in Pynchon Plaza *This call is now completed. View our selected artists here. THEME: Art should be literally or abstractly inspired by Springfield’s cultural and historical legacies, including past and/or present day residents,...
Art Stop(s) 2020

Art Stop(s) 2020

*This event was postponed due to covid-19 shutdowns. We hope to continue this event in the future. After being postponed in March of this year, Art Stop(s) is scheduled again for October 1, 4-7pm in downtown Springfield. Art Stop(s) is a non-traditional pop-up gallery...
Painted Piano video goes viral

Painted Piano video goes viral

The Painted Pianos is a summer tradition in Springfield. A video of one of the Springfield Cultural Partnership’s pianos went viral this week when Pastor Archbishop Timothy Paul and musician Shamrock came together in a random, musical moment — a true embodiment...
Thank an Artist 2019

Thank an Artist 2019

Thank you for helping us celebrate! We are so proud of the rich and diverse Springfield creative community. We want to recognize and showcase your work and create deep and lasting connections among Springfield’s creative community. On Saturday, September 21, 2019...
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