First Friday: A Night of Art 2018

First Friday: A Night of Art is a great opportunity to visit local galleries and businesses featuring rotating artwork. Held the first Friday of each month from 5-8pm, it is a self-guided tour and maps are available at each of the participating galleries. Join us on Friday, October 5th, 2018 for our next First Friday.

Participating locations:

Academy Of Natural Therapy

625 8th Avenue

No information provided.

ARTMANDO Silva Studios and Keynote Coffee

802 9th Street, Lower

No information provided.

ArtWerx Studio/Gallery

924 8th Avenue

No information provided.

709 16th Street

No information provided.

Aunt Helen’s Coffee House

800 8th Avenue

No information provided.

Brix Brewery & Taphouse

813 8th Street

Bo DePeña returns to Brix Brewery & Taphouse with fiddle player Jackson Clarendon this Saturday night from 8-10pm.

Cranford’s Tea Tavern

823 10th Street

Cranford’s Tea Tavern will host “For the Love of Art”. The artists featured in this show gather every Friday from 9-11 at the Greeley Active Adult Center (located next to Union Colony Civic Center) to create individual art pieces using a variety of mediums. They have all joined the class at different levels of experience and enjoy learning new techniques and ways of expressing what they find to be beautiful through the avenue of art.

Doug’s Hang Up

818 9th Street

FREE Event! Enjoy refreshments, performance artist Felicia Brower, and all of the amazing Reclaimed Art donated by local artists for Assistance League of Greeley’s Reclaimed Art Auction and Film Festival. Silent auction bidding will begin and you will have a chance to vote on your favorite art piece. Join us for this opening night event. Art will be on display through October 22nd.

930 8th Avenue

Join the Joe Molina Gallery & Studios on Friday, October 5th for Friday Lounge Vibes featuring J-OUTSKIRT playing Hip-Hop and R&B alongside some fun filled contemporary music. Delicious bites will be available for purchase by Chef Dre. Doors open at 8pm with a $5 cover. 18 and over with valid ID.

Lincoln Park Emporium

822 8th Street

No information provided.

927 16th Street

Join the Madison and Main Gallery as they continue the new fall show “Home is where the Art is”. Meet some of the the artists during the floral demonstration with Croft Family Farms that is planned for First Friday from 5:30-7pm. There is nothing like original art to beautify a room or create a comfortable, pleasant living space. This show includes pieces designed for functional use in the home as well as artwork inspired by artist’s ideas of home, family, and sense of place. The new work of ten guest artists and several gallery artists gives the gallery a fresh look. The featured pieces are thought provoking and vibrant with color. They include functional and decorative pottery, oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, maple burl clocks, a variety of handmade jewelry, and many other new works. The slate of guest artists include: Miki Baxter, Barbara DeMarlie, Abby Einer, Christina Hellyer, Fred Leuchter, Gregory Mayse, Natalie Opp-Mash, Kara Peterson, Margaret Puentes, and Joni Wilson. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. For more details about the show, call the Gallery at (970) 351-6201 or visit www.madisonandmaingallery.com

Margie’s Java Joint

931 16th Street

Margie’s Java Joint will host “From Lamps to Landscapes” featuring paintings by Susan Haskins. Opening reception from 5-7pm on First Friday with refreshments and music.

Mariposa Plants & Flowers

801 8th Street, #110

No information provided.

Showcase Art Center

1335 8th Avenue

No information provided.

Syntax Spirits Distillery

700 6th Street

No First Friday event due to the fact that they are still working on their new location.

The Bean Plant Studio

701 7th Street

Artist Kailin Fahy, a doctoral student at UNC in the music department, will be showing her painting at the Bean Plant Studio during First Friday.

The Blue Mug Coffee and Roastery

807 17th Street

No information provided.

The Dragon’s Cache

1109 7th Street

The Dragon’s Cache will be hosting this first show for Harms Creations, Ltd. Landscape photography featuring beautiful imagery. This is a young couple that work together to produce these wonderful images. They have pieces in several coffee shops and other locations.

926 8th Avenue

No information provided.

The Original Roma Restaurant

728 16th Street

Join the Original Roma Restaurant for “Concert Posters 101” at 6pm during First Friday: A Night Of Art. Come by to learn about the history of the Concert Poster from the beginnings to contemporary.

651 10th Avenue

Stop by the Tointon Gallery to see their latest exhibit featuring local artist, Joshua Goss. The show will be open until October 13th. Joshua’s studio and gallery are located in downtown Greeley. He uses metalworking techniques to simulate geological processes through the use of heat and pressure. His sculpture is characterized by the uplift and faulting that originates from the collision of tectonic plates. Admission to the gallery is free and the Gallery is open Monday-Saturday from 9am-5pm.

Trinkets-n-Treasures

709 10th Street

On Friday from 5-7pm, Trinkets-n-Treasures will be hosting Sally Otto of Treasured Tabletops who will be demonstrating decouping techniques.