It’s First Friday, here are all the Art Shows I wish I could hit up tonight.

I’m probably only going to have time for two or three of these 😭😭😭

The Yards January Residency Final Showcase
The Yards Gallery Space 
50 Public Market Way
Feb 1, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

February’s First Friday at event will feature five artists that participated in our January 2019 Collaborative Residency Program. Each resident had the month to explore their practice, develop new techniques, and learn from the Rochester community. Please stop by from 6-10pm on February 1st to support this amazing group or artists!

Nationally Recognized Sand Artist Katie Jo Suddaby at Tupelo Interiors
Tupelo Interiors
215 Norris Dr
Feb 1, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Katie Jo Suddaby has studied the ancient art of Sand Mandala in Nepal with the Monks. She will be at Tupelo Interiors demonstrating her creativity from 5 to 9pm. Stop in to see her amazing talent and to see the new merchandise at Tupelo.

Hidden in Plain Sight Closing Reception
Haus Capital Corporation
383 Park Avenue Suite B
Feb 1, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join Haus Capital Corporation and Norchar – “Local Real Estate Experts” for Hidden in Plain Sight: A Photography Exhibit. Featured artists, Tharin Beeman, Brandon Mark, Kylie Newcomer, and Teagan West, force viewers to enter their worlds through the precision of their lenses and a mastery of mood through form and light. You won’t want to miss this show!

Black AF February at The Avenue Blackbox Theatre
The Avenue Blackbox Theatre
780 Joseph Ave.
Feb 1, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Every First Friday at The Avenue Blackbox we get together to co-create a multidisciplinary art space where creatives and lovers can chill in a safe, bold and inclusive co-created moment in time. A couple artists will be feature, a couple more will table their wares, and all the others will just contribute to the vibe. For our Black History Month Kick Off this month our featured artists are: Gatekeeper Adrian (multimedia + film + performative art) and DebMaisha (poetry + jazz). At the end of the night we hope to leave you more inspired than when you came in, or at least hungry for the the next time we come together — BLACK AF!

A Day’s Gonna Come
RIT City Art Space
280 East Main St (Liberty Pole Plaza)
Feb 1, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Zach Dietl and Jacquelyn O’Brien, both graduates of RIT’s Fine Arts Studio MFA program, return for a two-person exhibition of sculpture and installation, using a wide mix of materials to point toward cultural and environmental reckoning in their show titled A Day’s Gonna Come.

Love Potion # Mine
Cat Clay
1115 E Main St, Ste 242
Feb 1, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Self-care offerings from Wild Thistle Herbal, plus collecting spare change for Planned Parenthood. And enter our contest – worst Valentines gift ever. Be someone’s valentine – Bring new leggings and hairbrushes for Willow – help break the cycle of abuse. And a one-night stand presented by Pop Up Roc. Part of Heartbreak Hungerford – celebrating the best and worst of romance. Additional parking at credit union and Greenovation. Please don’t park in front of Happy Feet – your car will be crushed.

Comments are closed.