Downtown Rochester Spring Gallery Stroll

Galleries and businesses all over town are preparing for another Downtown Rochester Spring Gallery Stroll, Friday, April 19, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. The stroll this spring will feature four new venues who have not participated in this event in years past. We’re pleased to welcome Holy Cannoli’s, Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters, Trent Design, and Subjectively Objective: A Photographic Gallery, and look forward to seeing their offerings. The twice-yearly gallery strolls are an excellent opportunity for art lovers and those looking for a fun evening on the town to walk from one site to another, discovering new artists, meeting area business owners, and enjoying all the community has to offer.

Among the offerings are a show of photographs at Subjectively Objective; a show of Dutch posters from the 1990’s, along with wine and hors d’oeuvres at Trent Design; and Abstract Michigan in the Main Gallery, with Pier Wright in the First Floor Gallery at Paint Creek Center for the Arts. Please check the websites of participating galleries for information on their plans for the stroll.

Participating galleries include:

1.       Holy Cannoli’s, 415 S Main Street

2.       @ Home Furniture, 434 Main Street

3.       Smith Jewelers, 406 S. Main Street

4.       Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters, 336 S. Main Street

5.       Trent Design, 114 E. Second Street

6.       Subjectively Objective:A Photographic Gallery, 106 1/2 E. Second Street

7.       Fieldstone Winery, 223 Main Street

8.       Haig’s of Rochester, 311 Main Street

9.       Paint Creek Center for the Arts, 407 Pine Street

We look forward to celebrating a special Spring evening with visitors. Wear your comfortable walking shoes, park your car, and spend some time visiting new spots and getting to know your neighbors and local businesses.

This exhibit is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Kresge Foundation.

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