Springfield Art Association

700 North 4th St. Springfield, IL 62702 Tel: (217) 523-2631 Fax: (211) 523-3866 Admission: voluntary contribution.

Established: 1913 Membership – Y ADA Compliant: Y Parking: free on site.

Open: Gallery. Monday to Friday. 9am-5pm: Saturday. 10am-3pm.

Closed: Legai Holidays.

Pmciliiie : Architecture (Edwards Place mansion. 1833); Classrooms/Studios; Exhibit Gallery. Activities: Education Programs (adults, students, and children): Temporary Exhibitions (7 contemporary/year).

Publications: bulletin (quarterly); exhibition catalogues.

Given to the Springfield Art Association in 1913. Edwards Place contains historical furnishings and an adjoining art gallery.
Springfield Art Association
University Park

Governors State University – Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park

Internet Address: www.govst.edu/users/gscu/pt/park3

Interior view of a gallery at Illinois State Museum. Photograph courtesy of Illinois State Museum. Springfield. Illinois.

Governors State University – Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park, cont.

Director: Ms. Beverly Goldberg Admission: voluntary contribution.

Attendance: 800 Established: 1969 Open: Daily, 24 hours.

Facilities: Library; Sculpture Park (over 20 works).

Activities: Guided Tours.

Publications: brochure; catalogue.

Placed throughout the Universitys 750 acre campus, art in the Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park comprises one of the largest collections of monumental sculpture in the country. Among the artists represented are Vito Acconci, John Chamberlain, Mark di Suvero, Ted Garner, Charles Ginnever, John Henry, Jene Highstein, Richard Hunt, Terrence Karpowicz, Clement Meadore, Mary Miss, Bruce Nauman, John Payne, Jerry Peart, Martin Purvear, Joel Shapiro, and Edvins Strautmanis.

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