January 31, 2020 | 5 pm to 8 pm
Hilton Garden Inn
Post Crawl Meet-Up at 8pm
Join us on the Final Friday of every month!
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. Check our “Featured Events” below to find out what’s happening at the next Urban Arts Crawl.
CRAWL CAPTAIN: AMELIA HARNAS
22 E Market
Endgames in the Gallery
171 Cedar Arts
171 Cedar St
Nascent: Glass Art
This month, 171 is featuring works of glass by members of the Studio at the Corning Museum of Glass. There will be light hors d’oeuvres and beverages, and Daniel Paquette will be DJ-ing the event.
22 objects from 9 artists are on display in the Houghton Gallery in 171’s Drake House. Nascent was chosen as the title for this exhibition because 171 Cedar Arts Center helped start hands-on glass experiences in Corning before turning over the endeavor to CMoG and Rodi Rovner (Hands-On Glass).
ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes
79 W Market
Opening Reception | Artist Demo
The ARTS Council is hosting an opening reception for the 2020 Early Winter Member Exhibition along with featuring an artist demonstration by Christina Johnson.
Christina will demonstrate her oil painting techniques by discussing the mixing properties of different hues, the glazing mixture she uses, the underpainting processes employed in her paintings, and more. People will be encouraged to join the fun by coloring their own version of the painting she’s working on!
Originally from Johnstown, NY, Christina has taught arts courses at Corning Community College and 171 Cedar Arts Center, developed educational programming at the Arnot Art Museum, and presently works at The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes as the Member Services & Communications Assistant. Christina is represented by West End Gallery.
First Heritage Federal Credit Union
23 W Market
The ARTS Council is pleased to announce Bob Ievers’ Close to Home, a new exhibition at First Heritage Federal Credit Union at their Corning, NY branch on Market Street. On view during regular business hours from January 24 – March 20, 2020, the opening reception will be during the Urban Arts Crawl and an artist talk will begin at 7pm.
Close to Home celebrates the beauty of the Southern Tier and the Finger Lakes region. Born and raised in New York City, Bob Ievers has lived in the Southern Tier for more than forty years. He has always been drawn to landscape painting and finds plein air painting particularly rewarding.
The Rockwell Museum
111 Cedar St
Bring your ears and join us for this very special Urban Arts Crawl featuring local choir group Harmonious Chorus treating us to traditional and contemporary choral arrangements from a variety of American and European composers.