PILLSBURIED: Art, Artifacts, & Curiosities from the Pillsbury Site March 28 & 29


Pillsburied promises to be an immersive experience like no other…Mark your calendar…Bring your friends.

Thursday (3/28) 6-9pm & Friday (3/29) 6-9pm.  413 E Adams St – Downtown Springfield 

“Pillsburied” is a new pop-up art exhibit and installation that serves as a sequel to the popular “Visitors”
event held at the abandoned Pillsbury factory last November. This time, over 2 tons of artifacts, art, and
curiosities have been installed in a long-unused space in downtown Springfield. The result is an
immersive experience that reflects the history, decay, and unique art-making activities found at the
Pillsbury site over the last year. Guests will be able to experience a new version of the energy and
mystery that has been created by several artists working at the factory, and will also have the
opportunity to purchase art made at, from, and about the Pillsbury site. Like the “Visitors” event,
“Pillsburied” represents a unique art project in the Springfield community.

The Pillsburied exhibit is sponsored in part by Moving Pillsbury Forward and Highlander Renewables
and was curated by Robert Mazrim.

The exhibit is located on an upper floor of 413 E. Adams Street in downtown Springfield. It will be free
and open to the public
 for two nighttime gatherings on March 28 and 29 from 6pm to 9pm. Admission
is free, but donations to support the artists are encouraged.

Thanks for being a part of this important community project.

Team Pillsbury