March 01


Gallery Night

Erie Art Museum
20 East 5th Street

There’s always something going on at the EAM! We’ll have live music by Jeremy Jaeger of The Division Street Machine plus $2 beers. Bar opens at 7pm.

Art for Well-being Everywhere (AWE)
915 State Street

The Feminie Spirit is alive at Palace Center with featured local artists Anne Cameron Cutri, Holly Nowak, Elizabeth Kelly, Jane Davis and others. These powerful women bring together a mix of oil, watercolor and acrylic painting, weaving, beach glass and driftwood. Plus, you can tour the AWE studio and enjoy Maia Chisholm on the harp.

401 State Street

Just around the corner from EAM, visit Ember+Forge. Featuring prints and paintings by Marco Sanchez, “Mischievously Clever or Self-Willed Persons” explores issues with identity, Mexican folklore and the political climate in the U.S. Artist meet+greet, treat specials, and vinyl tunes spun by Steve Maynard.

The Office of Dr. Jack Jamison and Dr. James Loeslein
2220 West 8th Street

Curated by Artlore Studio, Exploring Watercolors features several local watercolorists. We’ve got live music by Eric Brewer plus wine and refreshments to celebrate our 1st year at the new office.

D’ Hopkins Denniston Gallery & Boutique
5 West 10th Street

We’re celebrating our 7-year anniversary! Stop by to see work made by talented local artists. Works include oil, watercolor, acrylic, glass and even wearable art! Light refreshments served.

Tipsy Bean Coffee & Cocktail Cafe
2425 Peach Street

Artist Susie Hosterman presents Healing the Dreary Erie Blues an exhibition featuring her watercolors, acrylics and oils. Live music by Ethan F. Howell plus signature cocktails with house-made coffee liquors, local wine and beer.

John M. Lilley Library Gallery
4951 College Drive

Patricia S. Yahn Student Art Show Juror, Greg Zbach, goes Beyond Boundaries with his exhibit of Digital Media. Penn State Behrend is excited to show Greg’s work as a lead up to the Patricia S. Yahn Student Art Show reception scheduled for March 12th. The gallery will close at 8 pm so be sure to make it one of your first stops. Enjoy cookies and other light refreshments.

419 Artifacts
419 State Street

We’re baring it all in celebration of International Boudoir Month. Our curated salon-inspired exhibit includes a collection of vintage boudoir items including: custom designed lamps, bed dolls, period clothing, vanity items, Matisse, Chagall, Vargas, Warhol and other unique objets d’art. Indulge in adult beverages and cafe music.

Oasis Market
914 State Street

Check out Erie’s First Year-Round Indoor Farmers Market and Small Business Incubator, a new stop on Gallery Night. Enjoy live music, explore and shop.

Erie Art Gallery
24 West 8th Street

What’s your interpretation? Artists Jared Faulkner, Corey Thompson, Luke Powers and Kris Risto present new work in The Fallacy of Ambiguity.

PACA Building, Attic Rehab & Erie ClaySpace
1501 – 1503 State Street

Join us at Attic Rehab as we host the Edinboro Drawing and Painting Club’s faculty and alumni art show & auction. Erie ClaySpace will have garden tiles decorating plus a throwing competition—winner gets their piece finished and fired! Refreshments provided.

Masonic Temple Association
32 West 8 Street

Home to several local artists and the Erie Art Gallery, the architecture of the Erie Masonic Temple is a work of art in itself. Don’t miss an opportunity to tour the 109-year-old building. See its elegant Grand Ballroom, Lodge Room, Camelot Dining Room, plus many other beautiful architectural details: intricate plaster relief ceilings, peacock mosaic fountain and elegant woodwork.

Glass Growers Gallery
10 East 5th Street

Two for one! We’ve got Heather Miller Kanazawa’s As Above So Below, paintings reflecting memories and place. And Anna Balkan presents her handcrafted semi-precious gemstone jewelry. Meet the artists while enjoying wine and chocolate.

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 gallery spaces.

Any type of organization, business, or studio can participate, but all venues must show original artwork in their space on Gallery Night and be open from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.* Participating venues are encouraged to host programming that complements their featured artwork such as talks, artist meet & greets, demonstrations, or live entertainment as well as complimentary refreshments for visitors. Each venue pays the Erie Art Museum a participation fee. This fee covers the expense of printing and mailing a flier to over 1200 individuals and organizations. In addition, participating venues are listed on the Museum’s website and in all press releases sent to all regional print and TV media. If you are an individual artist who would like to show your work at a Gallery Night you need to find a venue who will collaborate with you. (For information about showing your work at the Erie Art Museum go here.)

For information on Gallery Night, please email Lucia or call ph 814.459.5477.