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 Halloween Venues

Quincy, IL Locations

A. Heath Center Art Gallery, JWCC | 1301 S. 48th St.

The Things We Carry featuring artwork by Ann Miller Titus. Refreshments from 7 - 9 pm with and artist talk at 8 pm.

B. HyVee Market Cafe and Bar on Broadway | 3700 Broadway

Featuring artwork by Bryant Holiday

C. Quincy University | 1800 College Ave.
Gray Gallery and Lower Level Student Union and Hawk's Nest
275 QU students, staff and faculty participated in a story-telling workshop facilitated by Dear World, an organization whose mission is to connect people through stories. Come see their portraits and hear the stories that have impacted their journey.
6:00pm-6:15pm - Live Storytelling.
6:00pm-9:00pm - Cash Bar and hors 'doeuvres

D. Quincy Art Center | 1515 Jersey St.
featuring Craig Colorusso: Light + Sound, Renee McGinnis: The Garden of Mega Structures, and Salvage Salon in partnership with the Quincy Public Library’s NEA Big Read program featuring upcycled artworks from local artists.
Artist talk from Renee McGinnis beginning at 7 pm.

E. Green & Blue Gallery| 715 Maine St.
Will feature the works of Teresa Hickey, Kevin Warning, and Mick Crist. There will be snacks, an eerie atmosphere, and spooktacular prize giveaway.

F. From Tree to Treasure | 112 N. 7th St.
Visit From Tree To Treasure studio at the newest gallery in Quincy before it opens to the public! See beautiful wood turnings by Kelly Bissell, and check out the future home of fine art and gifts.

Canton, MO Locations

A. Maybee Art Gallery at Culver Stockton College | 1 College Hill

Line, Wire, Paint, & Fire by 1987 alumni, artist Brenda Rentro, featuring 2 and 3 dimensional artworks.

B. Fourth Street Warehouse | North 4th St.

Canton R-V schools are partnering with Canton Area Arts Council to present a show of 4"x6" art works produced by area students in grades 7 through 12.