Downtown Springfield Association
March 1 First Friday Art Walk

March 1 First Friday Art Walk

March, 1 2019 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Downtown Springfield Springfield, MO 65806


Art Walk roars into March with outstanding shows

Etherea, Stranger Fruit, Constructed Environments, Wild Horses, Celtic music

The month of March is said to come in like a lion and go out like a lamb. That being said, you’re going to hear Art Walk ROAR on March 1 with a selection of outstanding shows in 22 Art Walk galleries! Art Walk runs 6-10 p.m. March 1, plus don’t miss Second Saturday, our laid-back, afternoon stroll version of the Walk, noon-5 p.m. March 9.


Beyond Studio’s Etherea features 5 artists, 3 mediums in March

Beyond Studio presents Etherea, featuring the work of five different artists: Zack Robbins, Nancy Dornan, Stephanie Greene, Brandon Zacarias, and Melinda Brinker in the mediums of painting, photography and fiber arts.


Featured Artists Michael Pfau, Josh Frost at Birds Eye Tattoo

Birds Eye Tattoo and Art Gallery presents Featured Artists Michael Pfau and Josh Frost in March.


Drury Pool Art Center Gallery: Jon Henry: Stranger Fruit

Drury Pool Art Center Gallery presents Jon Henry: Stranger Fruit. This exhibition,

created “in response to the senseless murders of black men across the nation by police violence,” features mothers holding their living sons in pieta-like images in settings around the country.


Photographer Deborah Whytock takes center stage at Fresh

Fresh Gallery presents Featured Artist Deborah Whytock in March. Her focus is photographs that display eclectic choices and find continuity in her style, which gravitates toward the drama of black and white.


ideaXfactory’s Constructed Environments form Labyrinth of Art

IdeaXfactory presents Constructed Environments for the March 1 Art Walk. Explore an Amazing Maze of 21 Interconnecting Spaces by 22 artists, each using 2 materials and 1 adhesive to create a unique Labyrinth of Art!


Social on Patton continues Wild Horses, adds ticketed event

The Wild Horses of Shannon County continues at Social on Patton with a special event, Wild Horse Tale – Spirit of Missouri, a 5:30 p.m. behind-the-lens conversation with Dean Curtis on his passion, technique and creative approach photographing the four herds of wild horses in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. The mixer/dinner/talk is $50 which includes a $10 raffle ticket for an image from the show, benefiting Harmony House.


Transformation Gallery welcomes Featured Artist Kwaku Addai

Transformation Gallery & Tattoo showcases Featured Artist Kwaku Addai with a display of oils and acrylics.


At Guest Artist Diane L. Denton: The Unseen, Then seen invites you to join them 6:30-8 p.m. when welcomes Guest Artist Diane L Denton: The Unseen, Then Seen for the March 1 Art Walk.

For details and images on individual shows, please visit our website!