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Tap Into Your Creativity For Lawn Art Project

Sculpture Walk Springfield

Springfield residents are being asked to create a work of art on their lawns.  It’s part of L.A.W.N., Lawn Art with your Neighbors, a grassroots project of Sculpture Walk Springfield, the Springfield Art Museum and Missouri State University's Art + Design Department. 

All you need to do to participate is to create a work of art using materials available at home.  It can be a sculpture, chalk art or an art installation, but it must be in front of your home.

You don’t have to be a skilled artist—you just need to tap into your creative side.

Residents must sign a participation form by April 24 so their artwork can be included in a map.  Art can be built through April 30.  

The public will be able to access the map and view the artwork May 1-10. 

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