Come Find Art! – Free Art Days for Kids and Families

Sunday, Mar 24, 2019, 2-3:30pm

Come Find Art days are the last Sunday in each month, 2-3:30pm:

Mar 24, 2019

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


Gallery Talk: Print Positives

Sunday, Mar 24, 3:30-4:30pm (Halley & Klein Galleries)

The second in a series of exhibitions made possible through grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Print Positives features a wide array of prints from the Museum’s permanent collection studied through a collaborative effort between the Museum’s Curator and the Dayton Printmakers’ Cooperative. The exhibition includes works by Jean-Francois Millet, Salvador Dali, Roy Lichtenstein, Alexander Calder, Francisco Goya, Pierre Auguste Renoir, and Julian Stanczak, among others.

After Come Find Art from 2-3:30pm, please join us in the galleries for a moderated discussion between the Museum’s Curator, a representative from the Dayton Printmakers’ Cooperative, and two visiting artists from the Gen Studio Group in Japan, Nobuko UEeda and Yuko Innami. This is a free event!

Artists’ Talk: Annie Lee and Brian Zimerle

Thursday, Mar 28, 6:30-7:30pm (Deer Gallery)

‘Ubi Sunt’ is from the Latin phrase Ubi sunt qui ante nos fuerunt? meaning “Where are those who were before us?” (Wikipedia). Originating in biblical times, the concept has been used throughout the centuries to represent a meditation on mortality and the temporary nature of life, as well as to convey a sense of nostalgia. Artists Annie Lee-Zimerle and Brian Zimerle reflected upon this concept for their new artworks, creating two separate bodies of work in conversation with each other. The exhibition includes painting, printmaking, and ceramics.

Please join us in the gallery on Thursday, Mar 28 from 6:30–7:30pm for a special artist talk event with Annie Lee and Brian Zimerle. This event is free for Springfield Museum of Art Members/$5 for non-members.

6th Annual Black & White Party!

7-11pm, Saturday, Apr 13, 2019

» Dance the night away with tunes by DJ Chill.
» Fantastic raffle prizes from area artists and businesses.
» Beer, wine, and signature cocktails.
» From funky to formal attire – dress in black and white encouraged.

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Mozart at the Museum: Stravinsky’s l’Histoire de Soldat (The Soldier’s Tale)

Thursday, Apr 18, 7pm

Join us for the second Mozart at the Museum. Hors d’ouevres and cocktails at 6 pm, followed by the concert event at 7 pm.

In L’Histoire du Soldat, Stravinsky provides a musical setting of the legend of Faust, in which a returning WWI soldier sells his violin to the devil in return for the promise of fortune and wisdom. The devil, however, has much more in store for this young man. This chamber work will feature members of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, three actors – Larry Coressel, David Estrop and Beth Dixon – providing narration, and dancer Celina Schroer, plus computer animation by Tyler Newby

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