First Friday Art Walk in the South End

There’s so much to see and do in the South End Arts District this Friday night! Join us for an evening of poetry, art competitions, small art, and fabulous gift ideas from 5pm till 8 (or later!).

Here’s the scoop:

In the Soda Plant on Pine:

Brickels Studio Gallery, stoneware bots large and small by John Brickels & paintings and photographs by Wendy James

Jackie Mangione Studio
, watercolor and acrylic paintings, archival prints, note cards and gift items from The Vermont Apron Company

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery, Small Works exhibit featuring artwork measuring 12″ or less in any direction (open until 9pm)

The Backspace Gallery, Small Gifts under $50, perfectly priced artwork for holiday shopping on a budget (open until 9pm)

On Pine Street:

Dostie Bros. Frame Shop
, drawings and paintings of mysterious pedigree by the duo Franglais

The SEABA Center, Finissage, featuring a selection of works by artists who have shown at SEABA curated venues over the past year

Davis Studio Gallery, oil paintings by Lydia Litwin and inkworks by Nicholas Heilig

AO Glass, learn about glass as an expressive medium with demonstrations of polar bear production from 3 – 9pm

Sangastiano Studio
, featuring work by Toni-Lee Sangastiano & Alan Alejo

Vermont Glass Designs
, Ruth Murphy will be on hand demonstrating her craft

Alchemy Jewelry Arts Gallery, handcrafted designer jewelry and sculpture & paintings by Susan Osmond

On Sears Lane:

RL Photo, Creative Competition, bring one piece of artwork during the day and compete to win all the entry fee money, People’s Choice Award at 8:30

On Flynn Ave:

Pine Street Deli, new paintings by Jimmy Leas on display

FLYNNDOG, poetry reading at 7:00, “Reading in Tongues”–original poetry in Italian, Gaelic, German and Spanish presented by 5 poets

VCAM/RETN Art Space, artist Nathan Campbell is on hand for the release of his interactive video game, “Own & Occupy”

Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace, celebrating their grand opening with work by Lorraine Reynolds and Lisa Lillibridge

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