First Friday Art Walk – November 6, 2020

Come downtown Friday evening from 4 – 7 pm to see the latest creations from the Grand Rapids arts community.

Please maintain 6’ distance. Face coverings are required for indoor events and recommended when outdoors near others. Thank you for helping keep our community safe!

  1. LAKE LOVER VINTAGE

Stop in to Lake Lover to check out the works of 5 new artists joining our already exceptionally talented line up. Open til 7pm. Masks required.

 

  1. POP-UP HOLIDAY SALE
Karen Olson at the Pop Up Holiday Sale

Next to Lake Lover Vintage, find a pop-up holiday sale featuring a trio of talented local artists. Karen Olson will be sharing her pottery, Kim E Young will have jewelry and bags, and Peggy Sutherland will be showing her jewelry and painted glass. Open 4-8 on First Friday.

 

  1. WINGS ‘N WILLOWS ART GALLERY AND CUSTOM FRAMING

Highlighting local artists April Keilen pottery, Kim Erickson jewelry, Mary Shideler photography, Mary Augustyn pottery, Dave Hutchins caricature wood carvings, Mike Jasper pottery, Sue Brown Chapin watercolor paintings and Jose Sanchez pottery. Please join us to support local artists!

 

  1.  MACROSTIE ART CENTER
Dan Root at MacRostie Art Center

Tune in online at macrostieartcenter.org or the MAC’s Facebook page for the opening of new exhibits by Dan Root and Ashley Kolka-Lee. The gallery will be open until 6 pm and the art shop is open online 24/7!

 

  1. OLD CENTRAL SCHOOL
  • Room 102 – Stop in to La Vibe Consign, a new pop-up consignment store located in Old Central School, open from 4 – 7 pm.
  • Room 109 – View the latest display in MAC’s Emerging Artist Gallery, featuring local artist Seth Larson for the month of November.
  • Artists Loft — Stop up to the 3rd Floor to see what the Artists in Residence have been working on.
  1. REIF CENTER

Hosting the 2nd Annual Autumn Market. Handmade creations from local artists and crafters. Free tickets are required to attend. Visit reifcenter.org for more information.

 

7. NORTHWOODS CANDY COMPANY

Handmade chocolate creations and other sweets. Stop by the shop at 610 Hwy 2 East — just east of downtown.