Art for the Soul Gallery strongly encourages artists of color to apply for the Springfield Cultural Partnership's call for art for SPark! Igniting Our Community Public Art in Pynchon Plaza. Visit the Springfield Cultural Partnership's website here for more information and to apply.
Theme: Art should be literally or abstractly inspired by Springfield’s cultural and historical legacies, including past and/or present-day residents, neighborhoods, cultural traditions and landmarks, places and landscapes, architecture, and other distinctive qualities that make the city a special place to live, work, and visit. We encourage artists to utilize the theme in a way that ensures that Springfield residents are reflected in the artwork and have pride in the public art created through SPark!
On-site Walkthrough & information session at Pynchon Plaza: Wednesday, January 13th 11AM – 12PM NOON.
Spark! Webinar: Tuesday, January 19th 5PM to 6PM.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 12, 2021 at 2:00PM
Location: Pynchon Park is an award winning split-level public park located between 75 and 115 Dwight Street, and 10 and 70 Chestnut Street in Springfield, MA.
Please note: In order to ensure that everyone has the same access to information, all questions should be submitted in writing. Frequently Asked Questions and answers will be posted to the website for all. We are unable to accommodate personal calls or email correspondence related to the project.