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GREENSBORO/ S. ELM STREET

Artmongerz Gallery; 610 S. Elm St.Start your summer with sizzlin’ fresh art atArtmongerz. Enjoy live art demonstrationsand refreshments.

Ambleside Gallery; 528 S. Elm St.Featuring the works of Lindesay Harkness(landscape, still life), Matthew Hillier (wildlife),Dino Paravano (landscape, wildlife), JuliaRogers (wildlife), Mike Ryon (cityscapes),and Lori White (landscape, still life). Lightrefreshments served.

Bliss and Co.; 238 S. Elm St.Make the sidewalk your runway! Join usfor a fantastic event showcasing the latesthairstyles for the spring/summer. Outsideon the sidewalk in front of the salon (WashingtonsStreet side entrance).

City Arts Drama Center; 200 N. DavieSt.Soylent Greensboro, the Comedy Improvtroupe of the City Arts Drama Center willperform 7–8 p.m. on the second floor of theGreensboro Cultural Center in the Centerfor Visual Artists.

Earthworks; 500 S. Elm St.Featured potters Pat Schurr and Kelly Willardof Burned Earth Studio will be demonstratingcarving techniques.

Elements Gallery; 526 S. Elm St.Featuring the works of Susan Cutter (clay),Karla Gordon Netto (mixed media) andMarcy Reid-Smith (clay/glass). Light refreshmentsserved.

Center City Park; 200 N. Elm St.Enjoy music under the stars! From 7-8:15p.m. I Was Totally Destroying It” and 8:45-10p.m. Frontier Ruckus

Fahrenheit Kollectiv; 313 S. Greene St.Come join Fahrenheit Kollectiv as artist WillParham, will be showing digital and analogmanipulations exploring both ends of thephotographic medium. DJ Deafrent, will bespinning a variety of mixes.

Gate City Yarn; 231 S. Elm St.On display will be a range of experiencelevels in weaving, felting, crochet, knittingand spinning as well as hosting a fiber artshow and reception.

Indie Market; Corner of S. Elm Street &Martin Luther King BoulevardOpen air market where local artists andcrafts people offer handmade and vintageitems, with a little music thrown in for yourshopping pleasure. Vendors and artisans areopen from 4-9 p.m.

International Civil Rights Museum; 134S. Elm St.Join us for the start of Black Music Monthcelebration and Juneteenth. Witness the extraordinarytalent of We Are One, a theatregroup from the Caldcleugh MulticulturalArts Center in Greensboro.

JMR Sculptures; 620 S. Elm St.Come by and browse our large selectionof sculptures while enjoying musicalentertainment, wine and other refreshments.

Jules Antiques and Fine Art; 530 S. Elm St.Celebrating First Friday in June with; the“Micheal Roberto Jazz Trio” from 7-10 p.m.Showcasing artist Don Morgan’s originalartwork and a new collection of estatejewelry featuring several beautiful antiquecameos. A variety of refreshments served.

Just Be; 352 S. Elm St.Featuring the work of Cindy Cage, a stainedglass and mosaic artist. Her original designsinclude home decor, garden, and jewelry.Cindy also works in torch fired enamels andcopper and will be performing a copper demonstration.Light refreshments served.

Mack and Mack; 220 S. Elm St.Experience Greensboro’s longest runningimprovisational music concert, everyFirst Friday at Mack and Mack. The F-ArtEnsemble is an amorphous group ofclassically-trained musicians who performminimally-structured improvised music.Drop in for refreshmentsand our regular open house performance.

Mechelle’s Boutique; 227 S. Elm St. Meet local potterTeresa Sullivan who creates beautiful vessels each with a story of how it became to be. While visiting Mechelle’s, enjoy 20 percent off merchandise on this First Friday. Participate in a drawing to win a free accessory. Light refreshments served.

Old Photo Specialist; 320 S. Elm St. Suite B Are you interested in genealogy? If so, come by for hints on how to preserve your valuable pictures. See our display of old photos and antique frames.

Studio B; 520 S. Elm St. Join the Community Theatre of Greensboro, as it turns Studio B into a gateway for the Gallucci Family’s Art Show. Enjoy light refreshments and works from the entire Gallucci family — Jim, Kathy, Mario and Madeline.

The Summit Station; 125 Summit Ave. Live music with Bump and Sheila along with the introduction of a new dinner menu featuring pepper crusted salmon with limebuerre-blanc sauce, Atlantic salmon filet crusted in ground peppercorns and chargrilled served on a bed of seasoned wild rice with two grilled vegetable skewers, then topped with a fresh lime buerre-blanc sauce, just to name a few.

The Honey Bun Boutique; 219 Summit Ave. Enjoy a mixture of neo-soul, jazz, R&B and hip hop by our live band, Agape Muzic. Shop our shoe event and enjoy wine & refreshments.

The Studio and Gallery; 109 Cedar St. The Virginia Jackson Design Competition recognizes the most talented students in the field of textile design and creates a vehicle to bring new talent into the design industry.

The Sweet Shop; 631 S. Elm St. Welcoming jazz vocalist Brenda Bey.

WINSTON-SALEM/TRADE STREET .

Downtown Arts District; Sixth Trade & Liberty Streets Evenings are getting warmer now, a great time to come out and meet artists and show some love for the local art and artists! Plan to stop in galleries for artist receptions, visit studios and enjoy a lovely evening in the Downtown Art District — Where Art Lives! Streets are closed with parking available in surrounding parking lots. Artist Receptions, artist demonstrations, live music, dancing, entertainment and more!

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