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Saturday, May 5, 2018   5:30-8:30pm – Free

For one night out of the year, Main Street, Springville becomes an art gallery, with artwork in every business, music in surprising corners and interactive art activities sprinkled throughout.  The Annual Downtown Springville Art Crawl is Saturday, May 5, 2018  from 5:30-8:30 P.M. with free activity for all ages throughout the National Register Historic District.

To “crawl,” your first stop should be at the corner of Main and Mechanic Streets to pick up a ballot and a map of the participating locations. After that, the night is what you make of it, wandering in and out of storefronts from the Pop Warner Museum and Mercantile down to N Buffalo Street and the Arts Center.

Artwork of various kinds, from watercolor to photography and acrylic to collage, is exhibited in businesses in Springville’s historic downtown.  The artwork, submitted from across Western New York, will be juried into the show by Gerald Mead (Buffalo State), Gwendolyn Brown (Ontario College of Art & Design), and Chris Stangler (Stangler Gallery). Most of the work on display is for sale.


Once 8:30pm hits, businesses close and the after-party begins at Springville Center for the Arts, located at 37 North Buffalo Street.  Refreshments will be provided in the Olmsted Gallery which features the Spring Community Exhibit.  “Crawlers” vote on their favorite artist by ballot and the award is presented.

Parking is available in the large municipal parking lot south of Main Street or off Franklin Street. The event is held rain or shine. A pedestrian-friendly, free, walking event. The Crawl is sponsored by Springville Center for the Arts, a charitable nonprofit organization.

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Saturday, May 5, 2018
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm


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