Midwest Regional Ballet Performances
Cost: free (preregistration is required) January 28 and February 18, 10:00-11:00 am
In conjunction with Spiva’s annual 3rd grade visits, families are invited to attend the Midwest Regional Ballet’s performance in Spiva’s Main Gallery. Pieces are inspired by Juan Kelly’s anthropomorphic paintings on view. Space is limited and preregistration is required to attend performances. Visit our website for details.
Art on Tap
Come party hardy and warm up those winter blues at Art on Tap! Thursday, February 9, 6–9pm, join us for great food, Juan Kelly’s art and a live band in Spiva’s Main Gallery.
Art on Tap is an event for Spiva members and a time to invite non-member friends and family aged 21 and older. Free for members, non-members may attend by purchasing a $20 ticket. Admission to the event includes free food and craft beverages. Ask a friend, it’s a party!
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Art Night Out
Join us on Saturday, February 11 from 7-9pm for Art Night Out IN LOVE. Bring your partner, friend, mother, whomever you LOVE to make a seasonal art project while you enjoy wine and dessert in the friendly, relaxed atmosphere of the Main Gallery. It’s a great way to catch up with friends, enjoy a date night, or meet new creative folks. Cost is $25 per participant, and must be 21 or older.
Third Grade Field Trip
January 17 – February 15, Spiva will be buzzing with the energy of more than 1400 third graders from the surrounding area who come to experience the magic of art for the annual Third Grade Field Trip.
Art on Tap
Got the winter blues? Come boogie them away at Art on Tap! Thursday, February 9 from 6:00 – 9:00pm. Join us for delicious food and drink, gorgeous art, and rockin’ tunes in Spiva’s Main Gallery.
1000 Words is a poetry and prose event held in conjunction with the PhotoSpiva 2017 exhibition (opening on March 4). This event, now in its ninth year, challenges writers to select a photograph from PhotoSpiva as inspiration for a piece of writing. The writings may be of any type – whether poetry, prose or short story, and they may be of any length; 1000 words is not a requirement.
Authors will read their works at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 18, in the Main Gallery. Readings will be recorded and linked to their exhibition photo via QR codes. The deadline to select a photo and sign up is Saturday, April 15. For more information, contact Shaun Conroy at 417.623.0183
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