first friday calendar


Artmongerz Gallery – 610 S. Elm St.

Enjoy new and favorite works – slick canvases and sculpture by our Artmongerz artists.

Center for Visual Artists – 200 N. Davie St. (Greensboro Cultural Center)

INVISIBLE MAN showcases recent works by the 2011 All Member Juried Exhibition winner, artist Maurice Moore, in his first solo gallery exhibition.

City Arts – 200 N. Davie St. (Greensboro Cultural Center)

Flights of Fancy and Big Bold Lies! The Triad Story Exchange will present stories of pride, hope and passion from 6:00-8:00pm in the African American Atelier (200 N. Davie Street) in the Greensboro Cultural Center.

Community Theater of Greensboro – 520 S. Elm St.

At Studio B – Join the Community Theatre of Greensboro for the opening of the Weaver Academy Art Show this First Friday.

Earthworks – 500 S. Elm St.

Featuring a diverse selection of North Carolina pottery and handmade crafts, join us as Greens boro jazz saxophonist, Evan Raines performs.

Elements Gallery – 526 S. Elm St.

Featuring the works of Cheri Lachocki – Clay/Glass, Helen Shaw – Watercolors and Paul Smith – Clay. Light refreshments served.

Green Hill Center for NC Art – 200 N.

Davie St. (Greensboro Cultural Center)

Four Decades, the first major survey of the work of Roy Nydorf constitutes a mid-career retrospective of this Greensboro artist whose works figure in the collections of the Hirshhorn Museum, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Honolulu Academy and the Weatherspoon Art Museum among others.

Indie Market – Corner of S. Elm St. & Martin Luther King Blvd.

Stop by where local artists and crafts people come together for an open air market of handmade and vintage items, with a little music thrown in for your shopping pleasure. Vendors and artisans open from 4pm – 9pm.

International Civil Rights Museum – 134 S. Elm St.

Celebrating “African Liberation Month”, the All Nations Evangelical Church Group will per-

JMR Sculptures – 620 S. Elm St.

Join Jay Rotberg of JMR Sculptures as the studio is opened to the public in this grand opening gala on this First Friday.

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

Jules will have two special events for First Friday in May. We will be opening a new show by well known local artist, Don Morgan in the Upstairs Gallery and the roses in our garden have begun to bloom so we will be celebrate our beautiful garden by serving Champagne to one and all.

Just Be – 352 S. Elm St.

Featuring the work of Becky Knorpp, a local artist whose bird nest necklaces, lace earrings, and other items celebrate motherhood and Spring.

Mechelle’s Boutique – 227 S. Elm St.

Introducing local artist, Tammy Havens who designs beautiful sterling jewelry.

Schiffman’s Jewelers – 225 S. Elm St.

Partnering with the Wine to Water project, the “Glass Half Full Event” is held to raise awareness of the global water crisis.

The Sweet Shop – 631 S. Elm St.

Welcoming jazz vocalist, Brenda Bey.

soulful jazz and some sweet treats


Artworks Gallery – 564 N. Trade St.

Artworks Gallery presents a two-person exhibit entitled, “Forms and Figures” with ceramic sculpture by Mary Blackwell- Chapman and Mitzi Shewmake.

Associated Artists of Winston-Salem Gallery – 301 W. 4th St.

Author Peter Behrens will be at the AAWS Gallery signing his most recent work, The O’Briens.

Community Arts Cafe – 411 W. 4th St.

Fiddle and Bow Society presents The Gordons – Duo doing folk, bluegrass and original songs.

Inter_Section Gallery – 629 N. Trade St.

Silent Treatment, which is a chronicle of different characters and scenarios that have chaptered artist Pam Griffin’s life.

Golden Flower Tai Chi Center – 612 N. Trade St.

Tai Chi Demo in front of the store.

The Yoga Gallery – 633 N. Trade St.

Sand mandala in front of the store.

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