The sculpture exhibition "Brockway Road Pour" will run through Dec. 31 in the Beard Building Gallery at Main Street SUNY Cortland, 9 Main St. Open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday, the exhibition is free and open to the public.
The exhibit, which opened on Dec. 3, features the work of sculptor Vaughn Randall, Art and Art History Department, and his summer apprenticeship program students. The joint project between the Cortland Downtown Partnership and SUNY Cortland was funded by a National Endowment for the Arts grant designed to demonstrate and celebrate the industrial heritage of the Cortland community through the lens of art.
"Brockway Road Pour" includes Brockway-inspired designs by Randall; Darla McGrath, his primary assistant; art and art history student volunteers Brian Roach, Tara Evans and Grace Loiselle; and the unique works of Randall's apprentices, Alexandria Jones, James Courtney, Cody Tallet, Andrew McConnell, Jessica Heider, Colin Heasley, Elisabeth Sprague and Nichole Farley.
The Beard Building Gallery is a collaboration between SUNY Cortland, the Cultural Council of Cortland County and the Cortland Downtown Partnership. For more information, contact Adam Megivern of the Cortland Downtown Partnership at (607) 753-4270.