First Friday Picks
Footprints SB1070 Exhibit Opens at Bragg’s Pie Factory
Footprints SB1070 exhibit, organized by the Calaca Cultural Center, will be opening this First Friday at Bragg’s Pie Factory. Check out protest posters, community-painted fence panels, paintings, political “heads”, and other statements against this draconian bill. Various poetry readings, performances and video will be scheduled thru Sept. 6 to 11 pm.
1301 W Grand Ave
Artists Reception for “Who’s in the House” at Tilt Gallery
Come see WHO is in the house at Tilt Gallery: an exhibition of selected prints. Opening reception Friday, August 6, 6 to 9 pm.
919 W Fillmore Street, www.tiltgallery.com
Spread the Weird Studio First Friday Open House
We will be giving tours of the new animation studio, showing some cartoons, hosting a fun craft workshop and we’ll also provide cold drinks with snack foods to munch on while mingling. Visit some neighborhood sites and then stop by to party with us.
906 N 5 St. More info here.
Retro Ranch Second Summer Anniversary Party
Your One Stop Vintage Shop on the Melrose Curve is having a party! Wear your Tiki Togs as your pursue their mid to late century furniture, clothing, accessories and art. there will be “Prizes! Booze & Food.” 21+ 7-10pm
4303 N. 7th Ave http://www.retroranch.net/
First Friday at Coe
The historic H.M. Coe House conveys a sense of the old Phoenix, before all the hustle and bustle. For a chill-out night away from the hubbub of First Friday, head to this iconic Phoenix home for a few drinks (you can bring your own as well!), great tunes and artwork and fascinating conversation.
Evan Wyloge’s minimalist paintings will be hanging from the walls, while DJ MoLo will be spinning a set or two of toe-tappin’ soul records. Archer Wave (Kenny Bump and Morgan Benavidez) will provide acoustic jams in the living room. 6-10pm
Coe House, 365 N 4th Ave
Posted on August 6, 2010, in Arts and Culture, Downtown Vitality and tagged Arts, Bragg's Pie Factory, Coe House, First Friday, galleries, Retro Ranch, Spread the Weird Studio, Tilt Gallery. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.