ART AT THE MARKET
Congratulations to our winners at Art at the Market...
1st Sidra Kaluszka
2nd Susan Lockwood
3rd Sally Mook
4th Douglas Cave
1st Michael LaRoche
2nd Alex Crookshanks
3rd Franchell Mack Brown
4th Dale Norton
Sponsored by: Matrix Gallery, Mish Mish, Dr. Steve Jacobs, Fringe Benefit and the Community Arts Information Office
ART PARTIES AT THE ARTFUL PLACE
September 3: Famous Art Spotlight
October 1: Guest Artist, Steven White, Historic Blacksburg
November 5: Sunflowers
December 3: Cozy Cardinals
All parties start at 7:00pm and run until about 9:30pm and are conducting at The Artful Place, located at 106 Faculty Street. Each party costs $25/person except where noted. Details can be found at
BLACKSBURG REGIONAL ARTS ASSOCIATION
Blacksburg Regional Art
Association artists exhibiting at Brown Insurance, Real Life
Dental, See Mark Optical, VTLS, Zeppoli's, VT Women's Center, Mill
Mountain Coffee and Tea, the Community Arts Information Office, and
ICTAS on campus.
FIRST FRIDAY ART WALKS 2014
Take a self-guided Tour of all of the Gallery Spaces in Blacksburg anytime you like but on the following First Fridays participating Galleries will remain open until 7pm.
Friday June 6
Friday October 3
Friday December 5
Gallery Guide & Art Walk brochures available in downtown stores, the Virginia Tech Visitor's Center and participating galleries.
DOWNLOAD BROCHURE HERE
Armory Art Gallery
203 Draper Road
Phone: 231-5547 Closed May 2 to install The Graduation Show
114 Main St.
Phone: 552 - 0336
Blacksburg Public Library
200 Miller Street
Featuring the work of artist Joni Pienkowski
Blacksburg Museum & Cultural Foundation
Old Town Hall
141 Jackson Street
206 Draper Rd.
Bakery/coffee shop displaying works by local artist, George Wills
1208 N. Main St
Capone’s Fine Jewelry
101 N. Main St
Custom designs which incorporate only the highest quality gems, stones and metals. Displaying work by the owner/artist Truman Capone.
Center for the Arts at VT
Moss Arts Center, 190 Alumni Mall
Aspects of the Self: Portraits of Our Times
Community Arts Information Office
149 College Avenue
Displaying work by BRAA artists Charlotte Chan
Eucalyptus Massage Studio
201 S. Main St.
Phone: 540-552- CALM
153 College Avenue
Vegetarian Restaurant displaying works by local artists
Holtzman Alumni Center
901 Prices Fork Road
Showcasing the work of Jesi Pace-Berkley who has had work hanging since February. Then it will be a short photography display correlating with our Drillfield series event Focus on Photography (May 21- June2). Our next artist, Linda Parsons, will have her art hung on June 4.
John's Camera Corner & Gentry Studio
213 Draper Rd
Camera store displaying historical photos and paintings of Blacksburg. Open until 6:30pm
210 South Main St.
115 North Main Street
Featuring quality crafts by local, regional & national Artists.
Mill Mountain Coffee & Tea
700 N. Main St.
Displaying work by Darcy Meeker and
Kathy Elich, Printmaker and Potter
400 N. Main St.
Displaying the magnificent artwork from the children at Margaret Beeks Elementary School
290 College Avenue Suite 225
FORM: Line-Plane-Solid will be on exhibit this Friday. Exhibit is work from Virginia Tech Industrial Design Students from the FORM studio.
235 N. Main St
Delicious Mediterranean cuisine restaurant displaying art by local artists Diane Relf.
Pointe West Management
401 South Main St. Suite #102
Displaying work by Riley Chan
The Artful Lawyer A Fine Gallery Inc.
The Creekmore Law Firm 318 N. Main St.
The Artful Place, A Fine Studio (A project of the Artful Lawyer)
106 Faculty Street
The Gallery at Mish Mish
125 North Main Street
Displaying the work of Frank Clark- photography “Scenes of the New River Valley and Beyond”
Warm Hearth Village
Alwyn Moss, an artist and writer will exhibit her work from May 2 to May 30. Alwyn began painting and drawing during her stay in Rome, Italy. Her art work spans 40 years and expresses a personal response to her travels and to her deep love of nature. Her landscapes and imagery use color freely to create form and gesture. Her works have been shown in England and Italy as well as North Carolina and Virginia.
223 N. Main St (upstairs)
Hours of Operation: Vary with show
Displaying the work of Katy Shepard: The Human Experience Project.
For specific information on Downtown Blacksburg Events please contact:
Laureen Blakemore, Director
Tel: 540-951-0454 Email: email@example.com