Art at the Civic Center
In 2018, the Spring Hill Civic Center was renovated to provide space for both the community and City Hall staff. After completion, we started an art program, combining Spring Hill history with student and local artists.
Spring Hill History
We partnered with the Spring Hill Historical Society to bring some of our storied history back to life.
On permanent display at the Civic Center, you will find historic maps, varied civic groups, photos of our historic Main Street district and more. Also on display are canvases depicting significant Spring Hill events, donated by Mayor Steven Ellis. Many more historical photos and objects are set to be displayed soon!
U.S.D. 230 Spring Hill program
We’re proud to display artwork from students in the Spring Hill school district!
Throughout the school year, we work with art teachers at the elementary, middle and high school levels to display various forms of 2D artwork at the Civic Center. Teachers select which works of art will be displayed at the Civic Center.
Typically, student artwork is on display for three to four months before it is returned to its respective school. Artwork is displayed in the south hallway near the Civic Center Gymnasium.
In the foyers of both the east and west entrances, we display 2D artwork from local artists. These displays are switched out based on volume of artwork. Art must be 2D, framed and/or ready to hang.
If you are a Spring Hill artist interested in displaying your work at the Civic Center, please email or call Kate Shupert, Public Affairs Specialist. Artists are required to sign a release form before artwork is displayed.