Gallery Night

Friday July 8, 2016 7 to 10 pm FREE, open to the public
Come explore the city’s galleries at one of Erie’s most unique Friday-night events! The Erie Art Museum, along with local independent galleries, will open their doors after-hours for a chance to explore the city’s vibrant arts scene. Each gallery offers its own exhibitions, entertainment, refreshments
and vibes.

Enter for a chance to win an Erie Arts & Culture gift basket. Check-in
or share pics with #vibranterie on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram!

Artlore Studio 3402 West Lake Road
Featuring the works of Denise Keim, Jess Gabbard and a new jewelry collection byLena Logvina. Refreshments provided by “Dinner is Served by Lisa.”

Bayfront Gallery 17 East Dobbins Landing
Presenting paintings, photography, pottery and vintage artwork on Erie’s beautiful bayfront. Located in the historic McAllister Building, the original Erie artists cooperative including 35 regional artists will be on display. Featuring July artist of the month E. Michael Camp, recognized for his mastery of pastel
and oil painting. Light refreshments offered.

D'Hopkins Denniston Gallery 5 West 10th Street
Featuring talented artists from the Erie region; including works in abstract, landscape, glass sculpture, photography, gifts and more. Music and refreshments served.

• Erie Art Museum East 5th St., between State & French
Presenting Jose Picayo Polaroids (1986 – 2015). Exhibits on view: The 93rd Annual Spring Show, Nocturnal Emissions by Alison Stinely, Dark Garden: An Installation by Linda Huey. Artist meet and greet with Jose Picayo. Quirky tours that match pop culture to artwork at 7:30 p.m. and 8: 30 p.m..

• Glass Growers Gallery 10 East 5th Street
Featuring John Ballard Upcycled Shores: Collages & Sculpture, driftwood with other found objects converted into fascinating patterned works of art; Christine Salva Connect the Dots: Fun Follows Form, intricately painted bowls, and Susan Ferrandiz Interpretive Necklaces, handmade necklaces interpretive of North African & Central Asian designs. Meet the artists and enjoy refreshments.

Lighthouse Jewelers 2230 West 8th Street
Featuring the works by Maggie Flately, original paintings of flowers, landscapes and seascapes in oil, watercolor and acrylic. Nature photography by LDC and JDL Metal Works from North East and Moonglow hand-crafted jewelry, featuring the phase of the moon on your special day. Refreshments provided by Virgil’s Plate.

Presque Isle Artists Association (First Niagara Bank Community Room) 801 State Street, Entrance to our show is around the corner from First Niagara Bank on East 8th street under the awning.
Presenting Reflections of Erie Art Show and Sale. Meet the artists. Refreshments served.

Ralph Miller Jewelers 28 West 8th Street
Presenting Summer Sizzler – Take Six, new summer works by RMJ Jewelry Artists Carrie Magee, Liza Magee, Sally Griffin, Janice and Daniel Niebauer. Also showcasing recent works by Diane Wenzel Pierce, watercolors by Sally Griffin and The 4 Seasons, ceramic shadow box leaves by Greg Lee Carlson.

 

2016 Gallery Night Dates

March 11,
(If you would like to be a participant in this Gallery Night please contact us by January 22, 2016)

May 20
(If you would like to be a participant in this Gallery Night please contact us by April 1, 2016)

July 8
(If you would like to be a participant in this Gallery Night please contact us by May 20, 2016)

September 23
(If you would like to be a participant in this Gallery Night please contact us by August 5, 2016)

December 2
(If you would like to be a participant in this Gallery Night please contact us by October 14, 2016)


Participating in Gallery Night

Gallery Night offers promotional exposure for participating venues, reaching a large and diverse audience, and fosters excitement for the local arts scene while highlighting its many unique gallery spaces.

Any type of organization, business, or studio can participate, but all venues must show original artwork in their space on Gallery Night. Participating venues are responsible for coordinating programming and featured artwork for their unique event. Participating venues often plan talks, artist meet & greets, demonstrations, or other live entertainment to complement the visual art on display, as well as complimentary refreshments for visitors. Individual artists who need a venue and area businesses interested in participating, but without art, are encouraged to collaborate.

For information on Gallery Night, please contact Carissa by email or call 814-459-5477.