WHITE STREET ART + BREWS CRAWL

White Street

Art + Brews Crawl

presented by Williams & Fudge and Anonymous
Friday, April 26, 2019  |  6 - 10 PM
 
public art unveiling
artists  |   craft beer  |  live music  |  food trucks
family friendly
FREE TO ATTEND
Food and drinks will be available for purchase at many locations.
Please drink responsibly.

Williams & Fudge

Public Art Unveiling | 6 PM

130 W. White St. | Rock Hill, SC

 

Join the Arts Council of York County and Williams & Fudge in the parking lot between The Cotton Factory and Knowledge Perk for an unveiling of a new public art installation featuring artwork by Fort Mill School District and Rock Hill School District Three art students!

See the artwork:

Alleys as Gallerys | White Street

DUST OFF

Brewing

Music | Art | Food Truck | Craft Beer

6 - 8 PM

130 West White Street | Rock Hill, SC

 

Enjoy a pint of DUST OFF Brewing's seasonal craft beers and enjoy a bite to eat from The Plated Palette while perusing the artwork of Dylan Bannister and listening to music.

DUST OFF Brewing | more info

DUST OFF Brewing Co. is focused on making the brewery the center of neighborhood life, and not simply just a place to eat and drink. DUST OFF strives to be your “Third Place” - a cornerstone of gatherings and friendships.

 

Simply put, DUST OFF wants to deliver high-quality craft beer in a comfortable and inviting setting. While they have their favorite beers, they also appreciate many different beer styles. They want to offer a few well-balanced go-to beers that are available year round, as well as some more interesting limited-production and seasonal offerings. When you come to DUST OFF's taproom, they want you to be able to discover great new beers and get a beer that you already love. So come on by and check out their latest offerings as well as their tried and true favorites!

The Plated Palette | more info

The founders of the Plated Palette have combined their love of food and travel to bring Charlotte residents a fusion of classic Southern comfort food and global flavors from around the world. This eclectic menu is sure to change so check in to find out about new menu items or specials.

Dylan Bannister | more info

Dylan Bannister is a visual artist and printmaker from upstate South Carolina. In 2016, he earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts with concentrations in Printmaking and Drawing from Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina - where he currently resides, maintains a studio practice, and contributes to the town’s growing arts community.

 

Bannister’s artworks utilizes technologies both contemporary and antiquated to draw connections between error-ridden images and the formation, storage, and recollection of memories in one’s own mind. His interdisciplinary approach unites contemporary practices in photography and video with traditional media such as printmaking, drawing, and painting.

Nicholas Holman | music

Knowledge Perk

Art | Coffee

6 - 8 PM

130 West White Street | Unit B | Rock Hill, SC

Knowledge Perk | more info

Knowledge Perk is interested in more than coffee-as-usual. We aim to transform your coffee experience from one that is passive and detached to one that is active and immersive. 

Katherine Petke | more info

Potter, Katherine Petke creates whimsical works inspired by nature and the world around her. Pick up your very own Perk Off or Perk You mug - only available during the White Street Art + Brews Crawl.

The Mercantile

by Copper Dwelling + Design

Music | Art | Unique Gifts | Kids Activity

6 - 8 PM

130 West White Street | Rock Hill, SC

 

The Mercantile by Copper Dwelling + Design

more info

Copper Dwelling + Design has sourced great products to ensure that you won’t find our goods in just any store! Offering an eclectic mix of gift and homewares, The Mercantile is your one-stop-shop. 

Nicole Davenport | artist

Nicole Davenport was born and raised in Anderson, SC. She graduated from Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC, in 2015 majoring in General Studio with concentrations in Sculpture and Printmaking. She also completed a  Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Winthrop University in 2016. She taught middle school for one year and is now serves as the Assistant Director of the Winthrop University Galleries. She is currently working in mixed media, printmaking, and textiles.

Mariah van Kleef | more info

Mariah Van Kleef is a singer-songwriter whose music has been described as lush dream folk with Bossa Nova influences - whimsical and acoustic, often eerie and sultry.

Slow Play Brewing

Music | Art | Food Truck | Craft Beer

7 - 10 PM

274 Columbia Avenue | Rock Hill, SC

 

Slow Play Brewing | more info

In 2013, three Winthrop University Music & Arts alumni had a dream of taking their home brew from bucket to brewhouse.

 

Fall of 2018, Slow Play Brewing Company opened their doors, bringing their love of Music, Games and Beer to the Knowledge Park area in Rock Hill, SC.

Scratch Kitchen | more info

Scratch Kitchen CLT is bringing Charlotte, NC a whole lot in the way of scratch made goodness on the go. Yup, you read that right. This is a food truck that's wheeling around the best eats on the streets, sure to tantalize your tastebuds and curb your hunger on the curb.

 

What sets Scratch Kitchen CLT apart from the rest is in their mission to make each meal the best it can be. Which is why they're combining a myriad of signature scratch made products and locally sourced ingredients into a full bodied menu built to satisfy. Here, you're able to customize your breakfast with a bevy of tasty options, along with twists to classic brunch meals that are out of this world delicious. From big ol' breakfast sandwiches on bagels to waffle sliders packing in eggs, cheese and bacon, these are all viable options to start your day right. But that's not all. Scratch Kitchen CLT's got ways to spice up your lunch routine, with crispy chicken wings, honey glazed salmon, chicken parmigiana and even veggie stir fry. So what are you still reading this for? Find Scratch Kitchen CLT in Charlotte, or hire 'em to cater your next event. Trust us. This food must be tasted to be believed. | From RoamingHunger.com

M.C. Churchill-Nash | more info

Born in Kentucky horse country, and raised in East Tennessee, M.C. spent her early years drawing and painting...mainly horses and other animals. At an young age she was taught drawing, perspective, and oil painting by her father. Her paternal grandfather was a draftsman and designer of movie theaters as well as a self-taught painter.

 

As well as doing commission work, M.C. has won awards and participated in juried shows throughout the US and has work in many private collections. M.C. has taught beginner and intermediate watercolor/oil painting classes, drawing and perspective, and introductory polymer clay classes. She is a Member in Excellence of the South Carolina Watermedia Society, and a member of the South Carolina Artisans Center.

David Childers & the Serpents| more info

Throughout his 20-year career as a singer, songwriter and bandleader, Childers has written about the tension between secular and religious impulses. His albums have always included songs of wild hedonism and uplifting faith but, as his new album, Serpents of Reformation, evolved, he found himself drawn to themes of salvation and repentance. “I wrote a few new gospel-type songs and the music took on a life of its own. The songs all look at the forgiveness that’s at the heart of Christian philosophy, even though you don’t see a lot (of forgiveness) in the world today.”

 

David Childers is a musician, poet, historian, painter, father and a champion of people who get tangled up in the bureaucratic legal system; he specializes in helping people navigate the maze of the Social Security system to obtain their benefits. He grew up in the cotton mill country of North Carolina and started playing banjo when he was 14.

 

Of Childers, Avett Brother bassist Bob Crawford – a huge fan and close friend of Childers’ says, “David is the most prolific North Carolina songwriter alive,” Crawford said. “Everywhere I go, people ask about him. It’s great to see people constantly discovering this man and his massive body of work.” 

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