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.
60 East Gallery (60 E. Market St.) – Featuring a “Red, White & Blue Celebration” in observance of the gallery owners’ son’s return from military service.
Exhibit A (22 E. Market St.) – Featuring an opening reception of Samuel C. Guy‘s “Watered Down Whiskey” in the main gallery, and Debb VanDelinder‘s “Coming to Fruition” in the back gallery. The evening also includes a special gallery talk at 7pm.
West End Gallery (12 W. Market St.) – Featuring a demonstration by Bridget Bossart van Otterloo. Also enjoy “Nature’s Light,” a collection of work by Bossart van Otterloo, and “The Light of the Lakes,” new paintings by Brian S. Keeler.
Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes (52 W. Market St.) – Featuring the return of “Occasional Winds,” a woodwinds quintet consisting of musicians from the OSFL on the oboe, flute, bassoon, clarinet and horn.
Each month, Urban Corning will conclude the evening with a post-crawl social meet-up. Plan to spend the remainder of your evening on Historic Market Street with various social opportunities at local bars and restaurants.
The Urban Arts Crawl is proudly presented by The Rockwell Museum, The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes and Urban Corning.