ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes
Come to The Evelyn Peeler Peacock Gallery at The Arts Council of the Southern Finger Lakes to see work by emerging and experienced artists from the Finger Lakes region! From jewelry, books, and handmade gift cards to glass, paintings, and sculpture, you'll find work from artists of all disciplines who represent the finest of the region. The current exhibition features the work of local artist members, as well as innovative works by some of this year's GlassFest Featured Artist's.
Corning Museum of Glass
See Live, narrated Hot Glass Demonstrations, and explore the Contemporary Art + Design Wing as well as the Museum's two major exhibitions. Visit the international Museum Shops, and even Make Your Own Glass. Exhibitions and demonstrations are included in the price of admission
Kids and teens, 17 and under, receive free admission. Call 800.732.6845 or visit cmog.org.
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Exhibit A presents interactive sculptures by Greg Wright for GlassFest. Wright is a recent Alfred University graduate whose engaging objects produce sound and light and are created from various materials including glass.
Also on view are intricate glass houses by Eunsuh Choi and more glass art by Angus Powers, Michael Rogers, and Dan Mire.
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The Rockwell Museum
The Rockwell Museum
111 Cedar Street | Daily, 9 am – 8 pm
Just steps from Market Street in Historic City Hall, The Rockwell Museum is the only Smithsonian Affiliate museum in Upstate NY and boasts three floors of spectacular American art. Don't miss Earth and Sky: The Ceramic Art of Wayne Higby, on view now through September 4, 2018. Kids/teens 17 and under receive FREE admission – discounts available for students, AAA, military and 55+
Parking is free to visitors of The Rockwell - the parking...
West End Gallery
Family owned and operated, West End Gallery is Corning's longest standing fine arts gallery, celebrating 41 years on Historic Market Street. You will find a beautiful selection of representational art by more than 60 exceptional artists working in a variety of mediums, including oil, acrylic, watercolor, wood, bronze, clay and glass. All glass is made locally. "A Touch of Glass", a special exhibit for GlassFest, showcases 20 local artists working in the fire arts. West End Gallery is a proud...