Face Mask as a Canvas
Urban Arts Crawl Juried Art Exhibition
Friday, September 25 to Sunday, October 25 

The face mask has become a highly charged symbol of defiance/solidarity, self-expression/disguise, and beauty/functionality. All in all, it has become the symbol of the COVID era. In this special exhibition, artists have created a wearable fine art face mask as a means of expressing their view of these strange and intense times.

The mask serves as a canvas, and the artists are encouraging us to explore themes around protection, mental health, activism, breath, and identity, to name a few.

See these special masks in this social-distance friendly exhibition, in the windows of your favorite Urban Arts Crawl venues.

Participating Artists and Locations

The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes
Jacqueline Dunbar
Akua Lezli Hope
Sue Weibel

 

West End Gallery
Cynthia Cratsley
San Fortune
Megan Walsh

 

171 Cedar Arts Center
Mohit Gupta
Patricia Jackson
Mariah Robbins

Card Carrying Books & Gifts
Marcy Cathey
Becky McNeill

The Rockwell Museum
Mary Milliken
Leah Sorensen
Shannah Warwick

Proudly presented by:
The Rockwell Museum, The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes, and Urban Corning.
Made possible with support from the Community Foundation of Elmira-Corning and the Finger Lakes