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Art Crawl

Art Crawl Q & A

What is Art Crawl? During this evening, all the venues will be featuring local artists, and some will offer unique programming and entertainment! Art Crawl is for ALL ages!

What is the cost? There is no cost to participate in Art Crawl! Specific Venues may have optional offers or activities.

How do I sign up to participate? You don't need to sign up! Look at the Art Crawl map to see participating venues, then plan your evening! 

How do I get to each venue? "Crawling" from venue to venue would take too long, so we suggest carpooling with a few friends! Depending on the venue, you may be able to walk. Some will be offering complimentary wine & beverages, so you may want a designated driver. 

Why should I Art Crawl? You will be supporting local artists, galleries, and museums when you crawl! Live Local!

 
All participant galleries and venues will feature local artists and provide unique programming and entertainment. Each venue will include a list and map of all the stops on Art Crawl as well as a sign at their entrance to identify them as an official stop. This event was developed to promote tourism and support for local artists, and museums. Community partners include GREDF, Quincy Society of Fine Arts, The District, and Quincy Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. 
 

2018 St. Patrick's Day Venues

A. Hy-Vee  | 3700 Broadway
Check out the artwork of local artist Mika Love who specializes in watercolor painting and tattoos. Tasty appetizers & drinks can be ordered all night!

B. The Budding Artist | 307 North 36th St., Ste. 108 | 6 - 9 pm 
The Budding Artist will be showing Ann Miller Titus, Kathleen Nassery, & Rebecca Butler. Ann M. Titus works in fiber that she hand dyes & embellishes to create her textures. Dr. Kathleen Nassery uses pastel & watercolor to paint local landscapes.

C. Gray Gallery Quincy University | 1800 College Ave. | 6 - 9 pm 
View digital photographs by artist Vince Seaver from Hamilton, Illinois. Exhibit will be on view through April 5, 2018. 

D. Quincy Art Center | 1515 Jersey St. | 6 - 10 pm
Join us for the opening reception of Robert Lee Mejer: 50 Year Retrospective - Inscapes, the Students & Instructors of the Art Center, & Deborah Baughman 118:24. Mejer will give an artist talk at 7:30 pm. Appetizers & refreshments served all night!

E. Conover Studio | 412 S. 10th St. | 6 - 9 pm 
View new works by Joe Irvin Conover! Joe will be working on a hot wax textured piece and available for questions and conversation throughout the evening. Visitors are welcome to come browse!

F. Healing Arts Gallery at Lisa Wigoda Photography Studio | 838 South 8th St. | 6 - 9 pm
Enjoy the spiritual realm of art and healing with live demonstrations of Reconnective Energy Healing by Larry Smith. Artists showing are Amber Nicole Smith and Angelo J. Moretti.

G. Rosewood Custom Framing | 729 Hampshire St. | 6 - 9 pm
Join us for Artist introductions at 6 pm! Live music by Alex R. Sanders and Jesse Sommers from 7 - 9 p.m. Meet & Mingle with Nicholas D. Sorrill, Kevin Warning, Terry Britton, Rebecca ButlerAmber Nicole SmithAllison Huber, Sandra K. Smith, & Linda Lucke.

H. Potter & Vaughn | 504 Hampshire St. | 6 - 9 pm
Steve Bohnstedt has worked as a documentary-style visual journalist for more than 25 years. For the past two years, he has followed more than a dozen individuals and families caught up in poverty & homelessness here in Quincy. Potter & Vaughn is proud to welcome Steve to Art Crawl where he will discuss the Quincy, IL Poverty Project starting at 6:45 p.m. Desserts will be served all evening!

I. Mabee Art Gallery at Culver-Stockton College
1 College Hill, Caton, MO | 6 - 9 pm. 
See the the faculty exhibit featuring Gary Meacher, Joe Jorgensen, and Debra Myers.

All participant galleries and venues will feature local artists and provide unique programming and entertainment. Each venue will include a list and map of all the stops on Art Crawl as well as a sign at their entrance to identify them as an official stop. This event was developed to promote tourism and support for local artists, and museums. Community partners include Great River Economic Development FoundationArts QuincyThe District, and Quincy Area Convention & Visitors Bureau.