Springfield Museums Press Releases

Live Wolf, Owls Featured at Museums' Vacation Programs

January 29, 2015

The Springfield Museums have announced their slate of activities for the upcoming school vacation week, February 16-20, 2015. The week-long program, titled All About Animals, will feature family-friendly performances and live animal demonstrations along with hands-on activities and planetarium shows. All activities are free with the price of museum admission unless noted otherwise.

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Museums Announce Stars Program for February

January 28, 2015

The Springfield Science Museum’s large rooftop telescope will be open for public sky gazing on Friday, February 6 at 7:30 pm as part of the “Stars Over Springfield” observatory series. These programs are organized by the Museum and the Springfield Stars Club, and take place on the first Friday of each month.

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Wine & Chocolate Event at Springfield Museums

January 20, 2015

On Thursday, February 5 from 5-8 pm, the Springfield Museums will present their next Culture & Cocktails event of the season, “Indulgence: An Evening of Wine of Chocolate.” The event will take place at the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, and is sponsored by FieldEddy, Inc.

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Springfield Museums Host North American Debut of Innovative Origami Exhibit

January 7, 2015

Later this month, the Springfield Museums will host a new traveling exhibit designed to challenge the perception of traditional origami. Above the Fold: New Expressions in Origami, a ground-breaking exhibition of large-scale origami installations by nine visionary master folders, will have its North American debut at the Michele and Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts from January 20–April 12, 2015. The Springfield Museums are also hosting a related exhibit, Origami Interpretations: Gloria Garfinkel, at the nearby George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum.

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Hartford Courant: Artist's Fascination With Asia Inspired Origami-Like Exhibit

December 19, 2014

"Hanabi" means "fireworks" in Japanese, and the word is an appropriate title for a series of four small sculptures by Gloria Garfinkel in Springfield.

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