The Springfield Cultural Partnership Projects are a celebration of community, creativity, and the City of Springfield.
OCTOBER 1ST, 4-7 PM
The non- traditional pop-up gallery event for local artists is an opportunity to showcase their artwork, network & gain financial support for the art creative community.
The event is free and open to the public, with special street performances to liven the Downtown Springfield experience as visitors enjoy the artwork of Jennifer Bruno, Denise Riggs, José Gamaliel Crespo Rosado, Isabella Delloilo & Marla Shelasky.
PAINTED PIANO PROJECT
The Painted Pianos will officially return in 2021! The summer tradition of the Springfield Cultural Partnership’s colorful Painted Pianos across Springfield is delayed due to Covid-19. Some Painted Pianos may appear in downtown on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the sponsored location.
Painted Paino News
ARTS & CULTURE MEETS COMMUNITY #PAINTEDPIANOS
Epitomizing the mission of the Painted Piano Project: Enjoy this viral video of the musical duo, Pastor Archbishop Timothy Paul & musician Shamrock, as a random moment turned into a true embodiment of the SCP Painted Piano project near NOSH Restaurant & The Business Improvement District in Downtown Springfield. Springfield Pastor Archbishop Timothy Paul Goes Hyper-Viral in Song about Pandemic
DISTRICT-WIDE UTILITY BOX MURAL PROGRAM
The SCP is working to incorporate more art as part of economic development in Downtown Springfield. In the Fall of 2015 – we piloted a utility box mural program in Stearns Square Park during the “Springfield Under the Stars” movie night, and people loved it!