Give it up for giving back, it’s Third Friday!
Have you ever wondered what artist do to give back to their community? This Third Friday Art Walk should answer that question and more. We are proud to see so many artists doing so much good for their community tonight. So, do your part and make it out tonight to see what so many people are talking about. Find more info on the Artlink Phoenix website.
Hope For Harmony
Artists are often asked to donate their time and talent to a variety of worthy causes, so it is always a joy to see so many of them coming together, to give back. Join the Treeo Gallery tonight from 6-9 p.m., as they feature the work of nearly 20 local artists who are helping to combat cancer. Find further information here.
“See the beauty that surrounds us in our everyday lives through the lens,” says photographer Niba DelCastillo about the fine art photography group exhibit at 9 the Gallery. Rarely do so many locally talented photographers come together to show such a diverse collection of subject matter in one place. Don’t be left with your lens cap on, join them tonight from 6-10 p.m.
Local artist and ASU Graduate, Rembrandt Quiballo will be showcasing his debut exhibit at the Eye Lounge Project Space from 6-10 p.m. this evening. Quiballo is thrilled to share his new art installation with downtown Phoenix that is sure to ignite some compelling conversations. Located at 419 E. Roosevelt St.
People, Places and State 2005-2015
If you missed this exhibit on First Friday, here is your chance to catch the closing reception with artist Chris Maker, as he shares his work and his creative process with the public for a unique, one time opportunity to get a glimpse in side the mind of an artist, taking you on a personal tour of his own head over the course of a decade of creativity and composition. Join Maker tonight from 6-10 p.m. at Shade Gallery, located at 214 E. Roosevelt. Find more information here.
Artists for the Wurth House
If a third group show with a portion of the funds supporting a local cause doesn’t scream “community,” we don’t know what will. Join the Modified Arts, Kimber Lanning and more than 25 local artists as they aid in the efforts to save the historic Joseph W. Wurth House of downtown Phoenix. Open from 6-9 p.m., located at 407 E. Roosevelt St. Find more info here.