OTC Fine Art Gallery at The Gillioz

  • Address : 325 Park Central East, Springfield, MO 65806
  • Phone : (417) 447-8873
  • Website : www.otc.edu/finearts/finearts.php
  • Hours of Operation : 9 a.m.-6 p.m. M-Th; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. F; and 9 a.m.-10 p.m. on First Friday

OTC Fine Art Gallery at The Gillioz proudly hosts the annual Central Ozarks Conference Annual Juried High School Art Exhibition! For the last five years, OTC Gallery has proudly hosted this annual juried exhibition promoting some of our local and regional high schools’ young emerging artists. Six high schools will be represented in 27 different art categories! Don’t miss the awards ceremony at 7 p.m. during Art Walk. OTC Fine Arts also takes “downtown center stage” with SYNERGY: a show of visual, performing, and musical arts on Park Central Square 6-10 p.m. during Art Walk! Enjoy music, live painting and theatrical performers elaborating the themes of Creation, Discovery, Transformation and Celebration. OTC students and alumni, as well as OTC music faculty will perform 6-9 p.m. with our headliner band, “Sunset to Burns,” led by OTC Electronic Media Productions Instructor Jeff Johnson, taking the stage at 9. Also on the square, OTC Fine Arts collaborates with Gerard Nadeau, assistant professor at Drury’s Hammons School of Architecture and art activist with ideaXfactory, to present a sound installation titled, Morning Song/ Evening Song. The enactment of the Evening Song Chorus, at 7:15 p.m., will occur on the Square in collaboration with OTC. A key component of the OTC program will be the live painting of a theatrical backdrop at the performance stage. For more on this interactive art event, get all the details at https://www.facebook.com/morningsongeveningsong

OTC Fine Art Gallery at The Gillioz

OTC Fine Art Gallery at The Gillioz proudly hosts the annual Central Ozarks Conference Annual Juried High School Art Exhibition! For the last five years, OTC Gallery has proudly hosted this annual juried exhibition promoting some of our local and regional high schools’ young emerging artists. Six high schools will be represented in 27 different […]