The annual Art Crawl will take place May 6 from 5:30-8:30 pm. Come take part in the hippest party of the spring season! Start at the SCA tent at the corner of Main & Mechanic Streets. Get your map and hit the town. All of Main Street becomes a gallery with artwork in Main Street businesses and musicians on the street. After-party at Springville Center for the Arts (37 N. Buffalo Street) begins at 8:30 pm where awards are given. Free. Scroll down for submission info.
Springville Center for the Arts seeks artwork submissions for the juried Annual Downtown Springville Art Crawl. The deadline is April 15 to submit artwork. Performers, installation artists and those interested in selling fine craftwork may also apply. The jury this year includes Zack Boehler, Vanessa Frost and Tina Hastings.
The Art Crawl places artwork in small businesses along Springville’s East Main Historic District. Small groups of musicians play inside and out. Kid sites, interactive activities and fine craft sales round out the event. Visitors receive a map and stroll from location to location as all of Main Street becomes an art gallery for one night. This year the Art Crawl takes place Saturday, May 6 from 5:30-8:30pm. It is a free event.
To submit, artists are asked to email images of their submissions and an entry form to SCAArtSubmissions@gmail.com. Five pieces of any medium may be accepted. There is no restriction on size or age but it must be original work. If accepted by the jury, artists will be notified and work must be delivered ready to display by April 29. A submission form and details are available at Crawl.SpringvilleArts.org
Zack Boehler is an artist and educator who spent nearly a decade working with the Ashford Hollow Foundation and Griffis Sculpture Park. He recently returned to the Buffalo area from Brooklyn to accept a position as the Public Art Project Coordinator at the Albright Knox.
Vanessa Frost is a full-time artist and owner of MUSEjar in East Aurora. She began her professional career working in the film industry in New York City, collaborating and contributing with her design work and paintings . Currently, she is living and working locally and her inspirations come from her love of travel and the daily happenings in her art shop.
Tina Hastings is the Executive Director of the Cattaraugus County Arts Council. She was formally Director/Curator of the Cathy and Jesse Marion Art Gallery at SUNY Fredonia, where she also coordinated and taught courses in the Museum Studies minor. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Master of Public Administration from Southern Illinois University – Carbondale.
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Saturday, May 6, 2017
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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