Burlington’s October First Friday Art Walk
- Katarine Montstream’s “L’art de Paris”, featuring the Streets of Paris & the French countryside, opens at SEABA.
- Abbey Meaker’s “comatose” photography opens at Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace.
- At the Soda Plant, attend the opening of the juried show “The Art of Horror” at S.P.A.C.E. and the Backspace and stay for the reception for “20 Mediums” in the Soda Plant Hallways.
- The “Return of the October Podge” opens at Dostie Bros. Frame Shop.
- Creative Competition is back for October at RL Photo on Sears Lane.
- At Christ the King on Locust Street, enjoy some classical music performed by local youth while viewing Edward Alonzo’s “Pilgrimages” series.
- Eric Eickmann’s “Drive By Love” opens with live music by Dwight Richter at Speaking Volumes.
- If you are headed south, stop in at The ArtSpace at the Magic Hat Artifactory in South Burlington for an artist reception for Jon Young, People’s Choice Award Winner at the 2012 Wall to Canvas event.
- At Nectar’s, check out the opening for photographers Brian Jenkins and Phoebe Hazen Low
- At Frog Hollow’s Remote Site (152 Cherry Street), a 40-year retrospective of potter Robert Compton opens. At Frog Hollow‘s main site, “Frog Holloween”‘s opening will be sure to please.
- Grace Cothalis opens a show of paintings, monoprints, and collages at Vintage Jewelers.
- Jason Hanasik’s “Fall In Line” opens at The BCA Center, 2nd Floor gallery.
- Red Square opens a show of Halloween-inspired work by Justin Atherton.
- Up the street at Salaam & The Men’s Store, sculpture and embroidered fashion by Gudrun Kleist-Reyna opens with live music.
- And at Chop Shop Hair Design stop by for an artist reception for Violeta Hinojosa and her “All That Glitters Is Not Gold” series.
- One Main at Union Station and Main Street Landing Wing Gallery, the Northern Vermont Artist Association annual exhibition will be in full swing.
Old North End:
- Dan Higgins’ “Puerto Cabezas” series opens at North End Studio A.
- Artist Jean Cannon welcomes you to her open studio.