Business Community Happy Hour

Springfield Museum of Art
Thursday, April 25th


Join us for an evening of drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and networking amongst the art work. Celebrate the opening of the North Wing, view the new spaces, and learn about the exciting initiatives at the Museum.

Complementary hors d’oeuvres, cash bar
(one complimentary drink ticket provided)

RSVP encouraged to

Come Find Art! – Free All-Ages Days of Creativity

12:30-4:30pm, Jan 14, Feb 11, Mar 10, Apr 14, May 12, Jun 9, Jul 14, Aug 11, Sep 8, Oct 13, Nov 10 and Dec 8

Drop in the second Sunday of each month 12:30-4:3pm.

Come Find Art features a different artist from the galleries each month and an open studio for making art inspired by the materials or techniques used by the artist. When possible, the artist is on site – making art and talking with visitors during the event.

Admission to these Come Find Art museum visits is free thanks to our sponsors and our Business Members.

New North Wing Opening Celebration

Saturday, Jan 27, 11am-3pm

We are thrilled to invite the public to the much anticipated grand opening of the newly renovated North Wing of the Museum.

Enjoy activities and performances as you tour the new galleries, studios, and event spaces. This event marks the culmination of years of dedication, passion, and collaboration.

Art Noire 2024

Friday, Feb 2 and Saturday, Feb 3

For our third presentation, Love Black, Art Noire is a special two-day celebration on Friday, Feb 2 and Saturday, Feb 3, 2024. Featuring Midwest artists and black-owned businesses,
this event celebrates black expression. More information can be found at

Oral History Weekend

Saturday, Feb 24, 11am-2pm and Sunday, Feb 25, 2024

Please join the Museum, Clark County Historical Society, and Dr. Cynthia Richards of the English Department at Wittenberg University, in documenting stories of resilience in our community by participating in the Oral History
Weekend in connection with Chronicles: The Great Depression and the Pandemic. Stories of the pandemic and/or the Great Depression are welcome. Gallery admission is FREE and open to the public during the event.
Options for documenting stories will include:
» real-time talk-to-type with a court reporter
» video/audio recording
» circle conversations
» writing by hand
Stories may be on view during the remainder of the exhibition, shared with the Clark County Historical Society, and/or on view at pop-up, mini exhibitions at local health facilities.