White Street Art + Brews Crawl Food Trucks | Craft Beer | New Public Art | Live Music | Artists
ROCK HILL, SC – Brand new in 2019! The Arts Council of York County hosts the White Street Art + Brews Crawl presented by Williams & Fudge and an anonymous donor in Old Town Rock Hill on Friday, April 26, 2019 from 6 – 10 PM. This is a free, family friendly event that is open to the public. Celebrate the unveiling of a new public art installation featuring artwork by Rock Hill School District 3 art students along the fence line at Williams & Fudge during the Arts Council's White Street Art + Brews Crawl. Stop by Knowledge Perk, The Mercantile by Copper Dwelling + Design, DUST OFF Brewing, and Slow Play Brewing to try a new craft beer or locally roasted coffee, participate in kids activities, and shop artwork created by award-winning local artists like M. C. Churchill-Nash, Katherine Petke, and Dylan Bannister while listening to music by David Childers + the Serpents, Mariah van Kleef, and Nicholas Holman!
Williams & Fudge, 300 Chatham Avenue, Rock Hill, SC
Public Art Unveiling | Artwork by Rock Hill School District 3 high school art students will be unveiled on the fence surrounding the parking lot adjacent to DUST OFF Brewing Co.
6 – 8 PM
DUST OFF Brewing Co., 130 West White Street, Rock Hill, SC
Food Truck | The Plated Palette
Artist | Dylan Bannister
Music | Nicholas Holman
Knowledge Perk, 130 West White Street, Unit B, Rock Hill, SC
Artist | Katherine Petke
The Mercantile by Copper Dwelling + Design, 130 West White Street, Rock Hill, SC
Artist | Zach Greenway
Music | Mariah van Kleef
7 – 10 PM
Slow Play Brewing, 274 Columbia Avenue, Rock Hill, SC
Food Truck | Full Table
Artist | M.C. Churchill-Nash
Music | David Childers & the Serpents
More information about the venues, food trucks, music and artists can be found online at https://www.yorkcountyarts.org/artbrews.
The Arts Council is headquartered in downtown Rock Hill, a state-recognized cultural district. For more information on Arts Council events, contact the Arts Council of York County at (803)328-2787, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our webpage at http://www.yorkcountyarts.org