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[FIRST FRIDAY]

GREENSBORO/ S. ELM STREET

Artmongerz Gallery; 610 S. Elm St.

It’s back to ART at Artmongerz! See Fresh Art, meet the artists and enjoy refreshments.

Ambleside Gallery; 528 S. Elm St.

Go Figure exhibition features figure, landscape and still life paintings by Greensboro artist Alexis Lavine.

Bin 33; 324 S. Elm St.

First Friday with artist Rocky King.

Center for Visual Artists; 200 N. Davie St. (second Floor Cultural Arts Center)

Presenting OH SNAP!, a cell phone photo exhibition. All photos will be available for sale in the CVA Gallery and on website from Sept. 7 through Oct. 5.

Earthworks Gallery; 500 S. Elm St.

Casa Azul of Greensboro partners with Earthworks Gallery to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Opening a new exhibition “Latin Roots” with a taste of Latin American culture through art and music.

Elements Gallery; 526 S. Elm St.

This month’s featured artists are: April and Chuck Forsbrey (Hand-crafted Soap), Gerald O’Donnell (Fiber), Rhonda Whitaker (Jewelry).

Elsewhere; 606 S. Elm St.

Experience installations, performances, and works in progress by resident artists.

Friday Night Live; 200 N. Elm St.

Featuring the musical selections from Soulstice Seventh, a Winston-Salem based indie/soul band. Rounding out the evening is Uncie Lucius, an Austin-based indie rock band reminiscent of The Doors to early Black Crowes.

International Civil Rights Center & Museum; 134 S. Elm St.

Join us as we kickoff our first ever College Night! Experience the talents of local area college students and win free prizes designed especially for students, and witness a skit provided by members of the ICRCM staff.

Jules Antiques and Fine Art; 530 S. Elm St.

Opening a new show featuring local artist, MaryAnna Williams. MaryAnna creates colorful, exciting and unusual pieces using linoleum print techniques.

Just Be; 352 S. Elm St.

Featuring long time potter, Charlotte Farrand of Farrand Pottery whose passion is hand building with porcelain, stoneware, and experimenting with glazes.

Mack and Mack; 220 S. Elm St.

Mack and Mack presents The F-Art Ensemble as they try to calm the highly politicized atmosphere with an un-conventional show. Red or blue, everyone will enjoy their musical improv.

Mechelle’s Shoppe; 227 S. Elm St.

Introducing sisters Sherri Hill and Kim Jones specialty soap artists create soaps for everyday soothing and softening. The soaps are handmade in Summerfield, North Carolina.

Old Greensborough Gateway Center Artist Coalition ; 620 S. Elm St. (Second Floor)

A newly formed artists coalition featuring five artists located in the Greensborough Gateway Center celebrates its grand opening this First Friday.

Rhyne’s Corner Cupboard Antiques; 603 S. Elm St.

Enjoy the sounds of ‘world-renowned double-neck guitarist Mark Kroos fresh off taking first place in Guitar Player Magazine’s ‘Guitar Superstar Competition.’

The Studio and Gallery; 109 Cedar St.

A visual journey of the influence the Orient had on art and design. Opening reception from 6-10pm.

The Sweet Shop; 631 S. Elm St.

Talented local jazz Singer, Brenda Bey, returns for an evening of fun!

The Thrill of the Hunt; 604 S. Elm St.

Join uber-crafter Michelle Jarrett for basic beading demostrations from 6-9.

WINSTON-SALEM/TRADE STREET .

Artworks Gallery; 564 N. Trade St.

Three-person exhibition by Betty Pettinati-Longinotti, Emily Drew Mash, and Beverly Noyes.

Karma Salon; 206 W. 6th St.

Object Trouvé: Found Object Assemblages and Photography by Jerry Cartwright.

Woodland Moth; 619 N. Trade St.

THE WRITTEN WORD – a collection of works of words by Delae C. Noctra, Hydroliptic Artist.

Piedmont Craftsmen; 601 N. Trade St.

Games People Play: A fun-filled exhibit featuring all media.

Inter_section Gallery; 629 N. Trade St.

Works of Melrose Tapscott Buchanan and Barbara Lister-Sink.

Fiber Company; 600 N. Trade St.

We are celebrating our 25th anniversary during the month of September. Stop in during the Gallery Hop on Friday Sept 7th and help us celebrate!

Studios at 625; 625 Trade St.

Alan G Miller vhas been taking cameras underwater since 1985 and still uses film and a darkroom to create his Cibachrome prints.

Swift Wade Gallery; 560 N. Trade St.

Kaysha Korrow: Featured artist for September

PaZ Boutique; 633 N. Trade St.

New styles by prAna, Alo, Pure Karma, and many more are making their way into the shop to help with your change of season.

Woven Soul; 631 N. Trade St.

Holy Woman Icons by Angela Yarber

Yoga Gallery; 633 N. Trade St.

Meditation Class: Meditation is easy with Jacob’s straight-forward approach.

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[ART]

Beginning September 5. SoundLAB. Elsewhere Artist Collaborative. 606 S Elm St., Greensboro. This fall, Elsewhere will collaborate with artist group INVISIBLE, Weaver Academy, and Guilford College on SoundLAB, a mobile visual artwork and instrument composed of obsolete technology. For more info, visit www.goelsewhere.org

September 6. 9:30am. If Content is King, What’s Up with Arts Marketing? SECCA. 750 Marguerite Dr., Winston-Salem. This event offers a fun, irreverent look at the loopy language of arts marketing, and provides useful advice on developing fresh, effective promotional content for tomorrow’s audiences to better market the arts. For more info, visit www.secca.org

September 6. 5pm. Curtis Mann: Artist Talk. Weatherspoon Art Museu. 1000 Spring Garden St., Greensboro. Join Curtis Mann for an illuminating artist talk as he shares insight into the process behind the making of his work, and the motivations behind his unique models of erasure and interpretation. Co-presented by SECCA and the University of North Carolina Greensboro. For more info, visit www.secca.org

September 7. 4pm. Bold New Creations: Brian Hibbard & Scott Harris. The Fat Cat Ltd. Art Gallery. 2205 J Oak Ridge Rd., Oak Ridge. In celebration of our 10th anniversaries The Fat Cat Ltd. is proud to present a special showing of new work by nationally acclaimed local artists. For more info, visit www.thefatcatltd.com

September 7. 5pm. Adult Student Art Show Opening Reception. Sawtooth School for Visual Art. 251 N Spruce St., Winston-Salem. Make sure to check out all of the beautiful work this year. For more info, visit www.sawtooth.org

September 7. 5:30pm. ArtQuest for Adults. Green Hill Center for NC Art. 200 N Davie St., Greensboro. Adults do not have to be accompanied by an adventurous kid on this First Friday! Adults will be treated to full use of the ArtQuest Printing Press and learn how to develop prints with Artist, John Gall. Cash Bar and light refreshments. For more info, visit www.greenhillcenter.org

September 7-29. Obsessions: Oceans and Irises. Inter_Section Gallery and Art Space. 629 N Trade St., Winston-Salem. Inter_Section announces the opening of OBSESSIONS: Oceans and Irises featuring works by Melrose Tapscott Buchanan and Barbara Lister-Sink. For more info, visit www.intersectiongallery.com

September 9. 12pm. Creation Celebration. Greensboro Cultural Center. 200 N Davie St., Greensboro. This open house will showcase the exciting programs that City Arts offers year-round. Activities will include performances, dance and fitness classes, pottery demonstrations and a quilting community canvas, all free of charge! For more info, visit www.city-arts.org

[DANCE]

September 8. 7pm. 4th Annual Project Shimmy. Greensboro College. 815 W Market St., Greensboro. Project Shimmy is a professional dance showcase that features top-notch bellydancers from across North Carolina as well as African, Indian, and hoop dance performances sure to provide you with an entertainment experience you won’t soon forget. For more info, visit www. twisteddance.com

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