November 9, 7 PM
Join us as we offer a wonderful spectrum of bourbons to taste, and whether you’re new to bourbon or are an experienced connoisseur, there will be something new to discover and learn. Curator of Collections and Interpretation Sarah Adams will present on the history of bourbon, and Kentucky native/bourbon connoisseur, Dr. Nathan Steele, will serve as your tasting guide to offer context and guidance throughout your flight.
A Gala Fundraiser to support the Springfield Art Association. This family-friendly event honors the volunteers who generously support the SAA with their time, talent and financial resources. The King and Queen reign over the 88th Beaux Arts Ball in recognition of their families' outstanding dedication to the SAA.
October 1- November 17
The Terrain Biennial is unlike any other art festival. It takes place on lawns, in front yards, on porches, beneath awnings, and in windows. Residents partner with artists to bring striking, contemporary artwork into their communities. The Terrain Biennial challenges the way art is often confined to institutional spaces and class-specific audiences. Across the state of Illinois and located here in Springfield's Enos Park Neighborhood, the rich tradition of apartment galleries and artist-run spaces, the Biennial brings contemporary art into the intimate terrain of the front yard, fostering dialogue between neighbors and providing access to new art for a wide range of people.
Pick up a map inside the SAA Office.
Year Round Events
SAA Collective Gallery
420 South 6th Street
Springfield, IL 62701
Located in the H.D. Smith Gallery
In the Hoogland Center for the Arts
Tuesday - Wednesday 10 AM - 5 PM
Thursday - Saturday NOON - 7 PM
SAA Main Campus
School of Art (Studios),
Michael Victor II Art Library,
M.G. Nelson Family Gallery, and Edwards Place
700 North 4th Street
Springfield, IL 62702
Monday - Friday 9 AM - 5 PM
Saturday 10 AM - 3 PM