Held on the third Saturday of October every year, this renaissance fair helps to raise funds for Infinity Academy, a school for children with learning abilities. You can have fun and help a great cause all at the same time!
A non-profit, volunteer-run cultural center in the heart of the Missouri Ozarks, the museum is home to the artwork of Lennis L. Broadfoot. Broadfoot was a Shannon County native who is best known for his book “Pioneers of the Ozarks,” a portrait of early Ozark life. The museum features many other snapshots of life in the earlier times of the Ozarks.
We are a family-owned-and-operated glass blowing, flame working, slumped glass studio. In operation since 2003, we strive to create unique and captivating glass art. We specialize in handmade blown glass, vessels, decor, jewelry and lighting and welcome commissions and custom orders.
We are open Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
We demonstrate every first Friday of the month 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. or by appointment.
Here you’ll find the most comprehensive collection of Ingalls/Wilder memorabilia in the world. Start planning your special visit to Rocky Ridge Farm to learn more about the life and times of the famous author.
In 1926, a small group of women led by Deborah D. Weisel started an Art Study Club. Today, we have those ladies to thank for the Springfield Art Museum.
The Springfield Art Museum is the city’s oldest cultural institution intent on continuing the legacy of art appreciation, preservation and education that began with the vision and dedication of that special group of women.
If that giant fork doesn’t convince your kids salads are delicious, nothing will! Downtown Springfield is filled with sculptures like this, and more beautiful artwork. Take a stroll, take in the sights. Free and family friendly.
For three days in September, come enjoy the arts, crafts, and music festival in Historic Downtown Branson! September 14th through 16th, come see or show off your arts and crafts, learn how to make something new, or buy something for your home. Comes complete with live music and free food. You don’t want to pass this opportunity up.
Visit and experience Arkansas’ leading cultural institution at the Arkansas Arts Center located in the historic MacArthur Park in Little Rock, AR. The Arts Center offers mesmerizing exhibitions, live theatre and art classes along with the Museum Shop and Canvas Restaurant.
ADMISSION IS FREE with the exception of special ticketed exhibitions.
Hours are: Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed on the Following Holidays :Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve – Close at 2 p.m., Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve – Close at 2 p.m., New Year’s Day
You may not know what art is, but you know what you like. Come to downtown Springfield 6-10 p.m. the First Friday of each month for First Friday Art Walk to find out what you like, and get inspired.
This FREE, self-guided tour of gallery and art venues features original artworks, live art demonstrations, live music, local history, international culture, plus all the dining, shopping and entertainment that the heart of the city is known for.
Newton County Historic Library Art Gallery
What makes art historic? Is it age? Is it impact? You make the decision as the Historic Library Art Gallery with a free tour in Newton County. Hint: The building is historic. The art is local.