Read health and safety guidelines before your visit>>
  • Alley Art Project: Public Ribbon Cutting

    Thursday, August 19, 2021
    5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Add to Calendar 08/19/2021 5:30 PM 08/19/2021 6:30 PM America/New_York Alley Art Project: Public Ribbon Cutting

    Location: Pudgie’s Pizza (61 Bridge Street, Corning, NY)

    Free and open to the public | Event will be live-streamed, details to follow

    Join us in celebrating the 13th mural of the Alley Art Project – Life in a Tapestry! Witness the unveiling of the mural, meet the student artists and designers, and check out the latest mural up close.

    In collaboration with the High School Learning Center (HSLC) of the Corning-Painted Post Area School District, students worked with Teaching Mural Artist Betsy Z. Casañas, HSLC Coordinator Dave Quackenbush, and Rockwell Educator Amy Ruza to design the latest Alley Art Project mural inspired by artwork in the Museum’s collection.

    About the Alley Art Project

    The Alley Art Project, established in 2008, is a partnership between The Rockwell Museum and the High School Learning Center of the Corning-Painted Post Area School District. Each year, students create murals with professional artists and museum educators using The Rockwell’s own fine art collection as inspiration. The program supports students through the vigorous process of designing and producing public art – while cultivating a sense of pride, ownership and connection to the community.

    The 2021 Alley Art Project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and The Triangle Fund.

    63 Bridge Street, Corning, NY 14830

    Location: Pudgie’s Pizza (61 Bridge Street, Corning, NY)

    Free and open to the public | Event will be live-streamed, details to follow

    Join us in celebrating the 13th mural of the Alley Art Project – Life in a Tapestry! Witness the unveiling of the mural, meet the student artists and designers, and check out the latest mural up close.

    In collaboration with the High School Learning Center (HSLC) of the Corning-Painted Post Area School District, students worked with Teaching Mural Artist Betsy Z. Casañas, HSLC Coordinator Dave Quackenbush, and Rockwell Educator Amy Ruza to design the latest Alley Art Project mural inspired by artwork in the Museum’s collection.

    About the Alley Art Project

    The Alley Art Project, established in 2008, is a partnership between The Rockwell Museum and the High School Learning Center of the Corning-Painted Post Area School District. Each year, students create murals with professional artists and museum educators using The Rockwell’s own fine art collection as inspiration. The program supports students through the vigorous process of designing and producing public art – while cultivating a sense of pride, ownership and connection to the community.

    The 2021 Alley Art Project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and The Triangle Fund.