Thank you for participating in the 2022 Cottontown Art Crawl. We can't do this without the beautiful porches, yards, and volunteers in Cottontown.
This is our
and the CAC has grown each year. Last year we had over 2,000 people walk and ride bikes through our beautiful neighborhood.
will be closed off from Scott Street to Franklin Street so we can host artists and a food truck. This way our ADA families and friends can also enjoy the crawl.
The duty of the host home is simple. Provide a clean space for your artist to set up. The artists are responsible for bringing everything they need. Allow your artist to use your restroom throughout the day.
You are not required or expected to let the general public into your home.
The CAC will have up to 6 port-a-johns located throughout the neighborhood.
Volunteers are needed for the Information Tables.
Each shift is an hour and instructions will be provided.
Volunteers are needed to set up and tear down. This would be the evening before for about 1-2 hours to deliver signs to homes and also the morning of to help set up of our information tables. And again, in the late afternoon for about an hour or two to tear down the tables and collect the signs from homes.
Once you let us know your interest (host, volunteer, or both) we will reach out with more info.
FYI: You can sign up to be a host and volunteer.