The Waterfront Art Festival is a fine art and craft show and sale that was started in 1973 on the Canandaigua City Pier. It was held in Canandaigua for 41 years and then moved to Webster with a warm welcome in 2015. We love the way the Town of Webster works with us to help create a wonderful event and the exceptionally nice reception we received from the people of Webster and surrounding area.
The 2018 Sonnenberg Arts at the Gardens features artworks from over 100 artists from across the nation. The two-day juried outdoor fine art and fine craft exhibition show and sale that takes place annually, the third weekend in August at Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion State Historic Park in Canandaigua, N.Y. It is an important art event in the finger lakes region; becoming a highly anticipated exhibition of the region’s finest artists, musicians, performances and food and wine vendors.
SAVE THE DATE: 2018 M&T Bank Clothesline Festival
September 8 & 9, 2018 | 10 am–5 pm both days | rain or shine!
Admission: $5 (MAG members $4) to benefit MAG; 10 and under free if accompanied by an adult.
*Exclusive to MAG members: early bird shopping on Saturday and Sunday, 9:30–10 am
2018 CORN HILL ARTS FESTIVAL DATES & TIMES
Saturday, July 14, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday, July 15, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The 50th Annual Corn Hill Arts Festival welcomes you to come and experience Rochester’s oldest residential neighborhood. Historic homes, beautiful gardens and friendly neighbors who volunteer their time come together and create a uniquely wonderful experience. 375 original, juried artists from across the US and Canada exhibit an array of beautifully handcrafted art and crafts. As you stroll along the tree lined streets, you can enjoy musical performances from any of our four stages, relax and enjoy beers and wines from the Finger Lakes region, taste delicious international foods, and view our classic car show. We offer FREE shuttles from area parking lots and FREE Admission, so bring the whole family!
I'll be heading to the fabulous downtown streets of Legacy Village in Ohio to exhibit in one of Howard Alan Events greatest and longest running shows of the season. Shutting down the streets to create an exclusive art experience, we bring 100 of the country’s leading artists and fine crafters to the affluent Cleveland suburb Lyndhurst-Beachwood. Legacy Village provides the perfect ambience for our art festival by providing a venue already established with fine dining, designer boutiques, and upscale retail stores along its streets.
Art Show “Indelible Reflections”
Artists - Jason Barber & Cordell Cordaro
WHEN: May 11, 2018 (Friday)
6-10pm Opening (Private showings for week after opening)
WHERE: One East Avenue, 9th floor / Street parking free after 6pm
Raised in Rochester to immigrant parents and grandparents… city boys Barber and Cordaro experienced different cultures colliding in them. Examining these collisions, and reflecting on memories, Indelible Reflections was born. This collection of artworks and photos contemplates past to present moments, persons and places. It is an exploration to rediscover moments of joy, triumph and loss within their personal journeys as well as of those who came before them. This show doesn’t plot a straight path. Instead it weaves in and out of time. They are rebuilding and threading together the indelible stories and memories which have brought them to this moment.
Wander into the mouth of Expedition Earth's cave and emerge in a lively, arts and crafts festival milling at the base of a life-sized mastodon model. What better way to feel the magic of holiday shopping?
The Women’s Council, a volunteer service organization that supports the Rochester Museum & Science Center (RMSC) presents its 47th annual Holiday Bazaar Arts & Crafts Sale featuring more than 200 elite fine artists and craftspeople filling the Museum galleries and Eisenhart Auditorium. Browse ceramics, jewelry, glass, woodwork, photography, paintings, prints, sculpture, fiber arts, floral crafts and other beautiful items. Food and beverages are available in the Cunningham House studio, an area not usually open to the general public.
As one of the longest running arts and crafts festivals in the Rochester region, it attracts thousands of shoppers annually.
Hours and Admission
Friday, Nov. 17: 5–9pm
Saturday, Nov. 18: 9:30am–5pm
Sunday, Nov. 19: 11am–4pm
$5 per person or $7 for a two-day pass
Children 12 and under are FREE
The Allentown Art Festival takes place in the Allentown Historic Preservation District of Buffalo, New York. Tens of thousands of art patrons visit the festival to enjoy the beauty of Buffalo's weather in June, the charm and uniqueness of the Allentown area and the quality of the art and crafts presented by the over 400 juried exhibitors.
Saturday June 10th 10am-6pm
Sunday June 11th 10am-6pm
Little Red Riding Hood is an original one-act story ballet filled with visual and musical delights. Little Red and her friends will lead you on a journey to grandmothers house, a journey filled with beauty, suspense, humor and choices. A team of local artists has come together to help bring this ballet to life. Original music by local composer and musician Tim Leverett, character costume development by local artist Cordell Cordaro, choreography and narration by Jamey Leverett, and brilliantly danced by members of The Draper Center Youth Ensemble, with special guest performance by musicians from the Hochstein School's Chamber Music Connection.
Tickets starting at $15 or purchase our VIP Patron Tickets* for $50 including a reception at Del Monte on May 4th and preferred seating at the performance.
Tickets are available at the Nazareth College Arts Center box office or visit boxoffice.naz.edu.
*VIP Patron Tickets are limited and can be purchased at Draper Center, for more information call (585) 461-2100.
OPENING RECEPTION Thursday May 4, 2017, 5-7pm
Cordell and Rachel Cordaro Collaborative Art Show at The Geisel Gallery at Legacy Tower.
The Geisel Gallery at Legacy Tower, One Bausch + Lomb Place, is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, New York.
Opened in 1995, the Gallery has housed exhibitions by local artists and cultural institutions for over two decades.
Re-opening under a new model in 2014, the Geisel Gallery remains a stronghold for cultural exhibitions. The exhibitions continue to be coordinated by Jean Geisel.