Public art has proven itself to play a major role in rejuvenating public spaces and local economies. Sculpture Walk Springfield is an initiative aimed at creating such a museum, by displaying quality sculptures in public places in Springfield on an annually rotating schedule. Each collection of sculptures will be in place from April to March of the next year.
Improv is a form of live theatre in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene or story are made up in the moment. Watch local Springfield-ians take the stage through improv. You’re sure to be entertained and get in a few laughs.
The Southwest Missouri Art & Craft Guild creates and promotes fine art and fine craft across Southwest Missouri. They are organized by artists for artists.
The Springfield Art Museum invites you to connect with the world, your community, and yourself through active engagement with art objects. They are stewards of the community’s most valuable cultural treasures, and the future of the museum and its programs continues to be brighter than ever.
The Springfield Regional Arts Council (SRAC) connects people and the arts. We support some of the most prominent visual, performing, literary, and film/media arts organization within 27 counties, the largest outreach of any in the state of Missouri.
The Springfield Little Theatre Education Department began with a handful of troupers and a few classes and has grown into it’s own facility, complete with 80+ classes in acting, voice, dance, film, comedy, writing, and theatre production each week, a school touring program, a robust education series of productions, youth performing troupes for elementary through high school-aged students, and so much more!
Journey through eight interactive galleries to see how Springfield, Missouri and its region shaped American history. Each gallery brings unique stories to life through world-class exhibits designed by Explus and videos and interactives created by Richard Lewis Media Group. Our rich and vast collection of artifacts, photographs, and “voices of history” are combined, using innovative technologies that are fun for all ages. You’re sure to discover something new with every visit.
Springfield Little Theatre is a nonprofit, community theatre located in downtown Springfield, Missouri. SLT began in 1934 with the production of The Importance of Being Ernest and has grown tremendously each year since. We produce roughly eight mainstage shows on our home stage at The Landers Theatre.
First Friday Art Walk is a program of the Springfield Regional Arts Council. Established over 20 years ago, the Art Walk is a free and self-guided program that allows the community to get an insider look at local art, businesses, and galleries! As the name suggests, the Art Walk happens on the First Friday of every month and showcases the art, food, and fun of Downtown Springfield.