Urban Arts Crawl

Urban Arts Crawl

The Urban Arts Crawl celebrates the burgeoning, unique art scene in historic Downtown Corning, each month presenting distinct artists, exhibitions and cultural experiences. A self-guided, art-centric trail held on the final Friday of each month (September through May), The Crawl includes stops at internationally acclaimed museums, community art centers and independent galleries alike.

Artist talks, demonstrations, exhibition openings, modern dance performances, public art projects, live music, craft beverage tastings and more make The Crawl a truly festive and diverse experience. Whether you’re a seasoned art collector or just out to see something different, the Urban Arts Crawl in Corning will spark your creative side.

November Participants

Rockwell Museum (111 Cedar St.) – Featuring the first look at this year’s Gingerbread Invitational – an artful exhibit of gingerbread creations, made by locals, featuring local buildings! Visit and vote for your favorite for the Community Choice Award. Hot cider and sweet treats will keep the Thanksgiving festivities rolling.

60 East Gallery (60 E. Market St.) – Featuring new abstract work by Patrick O’Connor and a collection of “Cards From Home.” Join the gallery on Saturday, November 26, for a more formal reception with complementary wine and appetizers.

Exhibit A (22 E. Market St.) – Featuring Gallery Game Night, with games and puzzles set up for gallery visitors to play. Samuel C. Guy‘s “Watered Down Whiskey” and Debb VanDelinder‘s “Coming to Fruition” will be on display, with appearances by the artists.

West End Gallery (12 W. Market St.) – Featuring an artist demo with Bob Santandrea. Also enjoy “Director’s Choice,” a collection of artwork selected by Gallery Director, Jesse Gardner.

Each month, Urban Corning will conclude the evening with a post-crawl social meet-up. This month, join us for a casual evening of drinks at Hand + Foot.

The Urban Arts Crawl is proudly presented by The Rockwell Museum, The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes and Urban Corning.