First Friday Artwalk
The First Friday Art Walk will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. today along Pueblo’s Creative Corridor (Mesa Junction, Union Avenue and Downtown). Participating businesses include:
Broadway Cup ’n Cork, 100 Broadway Ave. — “Special and Small” with guest artists from Steel City Art Works Gallery.
Cup & Bowl Ceramic Art Studio and Gallery, 116 Midway Ave. — “Ikebanas Bring May Flowers,” Japanese flower pillows with featured artist Lori Gregory; raku firing.
OLA Gallery, 309 S. Union Ave. — “Street Scenes — A Retrospective” by Joe Adamich.
Golden M. Southwestern & Indian Art, 103 W. B. St. — featured artist Karen Wallace with “Interpretations of the Sand Creek Massacre.”
Steel City Art Works Gallery, 216 S. Union Ave. — Featured artists Toni Labenberg, Frank Nemick, George Ivins and Sandy Lasher; guest artist Virginia Hasenack.
Kadoya Gallery, 119 Central Plaza — “A Retrospective . . . So Far” by artist Raul Sosa.
The Shoe Factory, 300 1/2 N. Main St. — Gallery 201 group show; photographs by Shawn Vidmar; Jeffry Moore’s retrospective of the 1980s Denver punk scene.
The Turf Exchange Visual Art Center, 221 S. Union Ave. (downstairs) — new work by Ginny Smith.
John Deaux Art Gallery, 221 S. Union Ave. (upstairs) — music by Doves at the Window.
All activities associated with First Friday Art Walk are free. The VanGO Art Shuttle buses will travel the Creative Corridor loop with step-on, step-off service at 12 locations.
Visitors can get a Creative Corridor Explorer’s Guide at participating galleries and businesses.