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Our commitment to you
The Brick City Gallery stands with our Black students and coworkers in the fight against racism and discrimination of any kind — using art and design to communicate the history and intersectionality of human lives is central to our mission through education and civic engagement.
We are committed to being allies that actively listen, learn and contribute to the movement to reverse the systematic injustices that have targeted the Black Community.
What's happening at the Brick City Gallery
Back in my Body
February 16-March 5
Slow Viewing Night
Thursday, February 25th at 5:30 PM
Visiting Artist Talk with Rae Senarighi
Monday March 8th at 3:30 PM
To do our part to contribute to the health of safety of the Springfield and Missouri State community, the Brick City Gallery will not host our traditional First Friday opening receptions. While we wait for the pandemic to subside, we are delighted to host a late-night viewing on Thursday's till 8 PM. Follow us @brickcitygallery.msu on Instagram and Facebook for details.
Hours and location
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Available by appointment. The gallery is closed for national and university holidays.
Art Walk: The first Friday of every month, from 6-10 p.m.
Summer: Brick City Gallery is open by appointment only during the summer session: please email email@example.com
Location: The Brick City Gallery is at Brick City, 215 West Mill Street, Springfield, Missouri.