Current Exhibitions


Springfield High School AP/IB Exhibition (in the Conference Room)

Apr 2-29, 2016

Every year countless high school students in the United States strive to meet the standards of Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs in order in order to earn college credit. Students who choose to study studio art must create diverse, exceptional portfolios that demonstrate their proficiency of design in concept, composition, and execution.

Springfield High School proudly displays the work of AP and IB students Jenna Demeter, Leticia Leep, Rachel Littleton, Maria Gomez Mestiza, Michelle Randles, Ryan Ramirez, Cameron Rohr, Adara Smiddy, Keaira Sparks, Kira Sutton, and Noah Voorhees.


Faces and Stories: Paintings by Jimi Jones

Feb 20-May 29, 2016

Jimi Jones communicates his ideas, feelings, and beliefs through his paintings, many of which explore the tensions of social injustice through war, racism, religious differences, and slavery. When Jones talks about his work it’s clear he sees his role as an artist-storyteller. “…if you’re thoughtful, constructive and creative in your approach, you can have long-lasting historic impact on other people. That’s to me the strength and the art of art.” Intimate portraits layered with stories and mural-sized paintings reveal Jones’ understanding of the world; “I live through my paintings; they help me organize my random thoughts and share them and myself with others.”

Artist talk
4:30-5:30pm, Saturday, Feb 20, 2016

Opening reception
5:30-7 pm, Saturday, Feb 20, 2016

These Museum events are free to members; admission fees apply for non-members.


Artist as Teacher

Mar 12-Oct 23, 2016

This exhibition introduces museum audiences to the remarkable artists who dedicated their creative energy to teaching art as well as creating work of their own. Often these artists weren’t given the attention or recognition that their non-teaching peers enjoyed. Find out what is special about an artist who is also a teacher.