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  Events for May 3, 2014


- Location: Hornell, NY
(9:00 AM - 12:00 PM)
- Attachment 1: STEPS_Walk.pdf
S.T.E.P.S. Walk Fundraiser
Steps To End Poverty in Steuben
Saturday, May 3
10-11 A.M. in Hornell
(Meet in front of Powell at 9 A.M.)

Join the Newman Club as we raise funds for a local food pantry and participate in a walk to raise
awareness of poverty’s impact on our neighbors.
For more information or to register, please contact Chris or Peaches:

Listen Up, We’re Taking Attendance!

- Location: Cohen Studio Building
(2:00 PM - 4:00 PM)
A Foundations End-of-Year Exhibition

Date: Saturday, May 3
Location: Cohen Studio Building
Time: 2-4 P.M.
Cost to Attend Event: Free/Open to the Public
Sponsored by: Foundations

As a celebration of the freshman foundations students’ growth and accomplishments, please join us for an exhibition of their projects. All are welcome; refreshments will be provided.

Alzheimer’s Iron Pour

- Location: Downtown Hornell, NY
(4:00 PM - 8:00 PM)
Date: Saturday, May 3
Location: Downtown, Hornell - outside the Creative Arts Center
Time: 4-8 P.M.
Cost to Attend: Free/open to public
Sponsored by: Foundry Guild, Sculpture Dimensional Studies, Women’s Leadership Center

You and members of the community are invited to participate in making your own "RELIEF SCULPTURE." With the help of foundry students you will be able to carve your own unique design which will then be cast in metal.

This is open to adults and children with supervision; anyone can do it for a $10 donation to the charity. Or you can just come watch the action too!

All of the sculptures made will be cast in aluminum that day and participants will be able to take their "relief sculpture" home with them.
Alongside the casting of the relief sculptures will be several other exciting events including a foundry guild table as well as Alzheimer’s Glass and Iron table. Additionally an Alzheimer’s Association representative will be present to help rally the community and answer any questions attendees may have about Alzheimer’s.

Half of the proceeds will go to the Alzheimer’s Association, the other half will go towards the foundry guild’s travels to the 7th International Cast Iron Arts Conference in Latvia.

Hornell Art Walk

- Location: 42 Broadway Community Arts Center Hornell:start
(5:00 PM - 9:00 PM)
Date: Saturday, May 3
Location: at 14 locations throughout downtown Hornell and Shawmut Park. Start at the Community Arts Center (42 Broadway)
Time: 5-9 P.M.
Cost to Attend Event: Free/open to public
Sponsored By: Sculpture Dimensional Studies

The Hornell Art Walk will be an exciting exhibition of work by more than 50 artists throughout downtown Hornell and Shawmut Park. It will take place Saturday May 3 , 2014 from 5 to 9 p.m.

The Hornell Art Walk is a collaboration between Alfred University’s Space and Place class (which has been working in Hornell since January), other students and faculty of AU’s Sculpture/Dimensional Studies Division, the City of Hornell, and artists and organizations working in Hornell.

The Art Walk features site-specific installations, exhibitions, open studios, the Hornell School District bully-free exhibit, a live iron pour, outdoor sculpture exhibition, a barbecue: come meet Lou, neon light show, and activities for the whole family.

Maps of all locations are available at the Community Arts Center and other locations on the Art Walk (some exhibits have specific running times listed on the maps).

A Hornell Area Transit Bus will provide free shuttle service between the Community Arts Center, the Intermediate School, and Shawmut Park between 5 and 9.

Participating Artists include: Rosemarie Oakman, B. Sean Corbin, Lily Montgomery, James Akers, Maria Bentley, Ella Medicus, Jullia Littell, Oliva Juarez, Emily Schell, Alexandra Feeney, Kristen Mansfield, Sara Borrhello, Katherine Turnquist, Camille Ames, Elise Betrus, Greyson Bruwer, Michelle Kwiecien, Ronda Phipps, Elizabeth Potenza, Olga Rozin, Tim Gonchoroff, Kevin Dartt, K-12 students from the city schools, Adam Stacey, Sara Bruce, Yvonne Harden, Mike Downie, Dan Totten, Reese Peacock, Coral Lambert, Angus Powers, Aesa Bjork, Sarah Blood, Diane Cox, Brett Hunter, Heather Joy Puskarich, Angier Performance Works, and Angie To

For additional information contact Brett Hunter:

MFA Thesis Exhibition

- Location: Turner/ Fodsick Nelson/ Old Post Office, Hornell
(5:00 PM - 9:00 PM)
Date: Saturday, May 3
Location: Robert C. Turner Gallery/ Fosdick Nelson Gallery/The Old Post Office, Hornell

Candidates for MFA degrees in Ceramic Art, Sculpture/Dimensional Studies, and Integrated Electronic Arts are featured in a series of culmination exhibitions.

Shaun Griffiths - Sculpture Dimensional Studies
Opening: 7-9 P.M.
Gallery Talk: Tuesday, May 6 @ 4:30 P.M.

Mitch Shiles - Ceramic Art
Opening: 7-9 P.M.

Lyla Goldstein - Ceramic Art
Opening: 7-9 P.M.

Adam Stacey - Sculpture Dimensional Studies
Opening: 5-8 P.M.
Gallery Talk: Sunday, May 4th @ 4:30PM

Sara Bruce - Sculpture Dimensional Studies
Opening: 5-8 P.M.
Gallery Talk: Sunday, May 4 @ 4:30 P.M.

’Nefarious - Merchant of Souls’

- Location: Orvis Gym ASC
(7:00 PM - 10:00 PM)
- Link: Nefarious Website

This film discusses the oppression illustrated by human trafficking in various parts of the world, including the United States. This material will be used for educational purposes on social issues.

Our goal for this film is that it will bring awareness to students and community members of how to overcome obstacles in life and to bring an end to slavery in our world. (Parent Advisory Cautioned)

Outdoor Track @St. John Fisher

- Location: St. John Fisher

NYSCTC Championship