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1 ST FRIDAY ART IN THE GRAND VALLEY WHERE TO FIND FEATURED ARTISTS IN NOVEMBER The Main Street Gallery 412 Main Street, 242-7666 The public is invited to attend the 1st Friday Art Reception for ”Wildlife on Film” on November 1 from 5 to 9 pm. The exhibit features photography by local artist Tom Soucek. In 1972, on a ten dollar bet, Tom rode a Honda Trail 90 motorcycle from the suburbs of Chicago to Alaska and never looked back. After living in Alaska for four decades, he moved to the Grand Valley ten years ago. He has traveled to 24 countries in search of wildlife for his lens. The artist will be available to discuss his work. Refreshments will be provided. Home of The Great Frame Up and Kochevar Photography. Mesa County Library 443 N 6th Street, 243-4442 An opening reception for the 2019 Culture Fest Art Show is scheduled from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, November 1, at the Central Library. Live music and light refreshments will be available, including samples of Well Read and The Grape Gatsby, wines that beneﬁt the Mesa County Libraries Foundation. The art show’s juror, Meghan Bissonnette, assistant professor of art history and art gallery director at Colorado Mesa University, will speak when awards are presented at 7 p.m. The Culture Fest Art Show will be on display in the east gallery corridor at the Central Library from Oct. 25, 2019, through Jan. 2, 2020. The Art Center 7th Street & Orchard Ave., 243-7337 Join us on Friday, November 1 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm for our annual Demo Night! Demo Night is open to all ages and takes over the entire building. This event gives the general public a glimpse into the artisans’ creative processes and allows the artists an opportunity to interact with the public and share their knowledge. This event proudly showcases The Art Center’s mission of bringing artists from all mediums together to express community sharing through a love and appreciation of the arts. This event is free and open to the public. Hope to see you there! Uncanny Valley Art Gallery 455 Main Street, 260-9961 ‘It’s OK, To Not Be OK’ - Suicide & Depression Awareness Show A night beneﬁting NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Uncanny Valley will be hosting a silent auction of items from local businesses and art from members of Uncanny Valley that will go to beneﬁt NAMI of western Colorado and help with their noble cause. We will also have some special guest speakers sharing how depression and suicide have aﬀected them. Show starts at 7pm, Guest speakers at 8pm. Free to the public, donations accepted. Silent auction runs until November 17th. Thanks go out to our sponsors: CopyCopy, Discontent, Mad Margaret’s, Plum Creek Winery...and thank you to the many, many businesses that contributed to the silent auction! Too many to ﬁt in our ad! The Zesty Moose Marketplace & Wine Bar 449 Colorado Avenue 970-270-6263 Please join us for the 1st Friday Art Downtown November 1 from 5:00pm to 8:30pm. The public is invited to attend a Reception and New Art Exhibit - "South of Main." This is the direction you'll want to go to see this amazing art collection featuring; Fiber, Painting & Collage Works by Artist Jan Rickman and Sandra Hoefner. Prints of original artwork and collage cards will also be available for purchase. The Art Exhibit will be on display the entire Month of November. Still Showing:"Western Wear" from The Edge of Colorado by Dean Rickman. Light Refreshments will be served along with a Cash Wine Bar! Red Lion Arts 546 Main Street, 970.424.5556 “Winter’s Twilight” Fantasy Art Show Come vote for your favorite fantasy art piece during November’s First Friday Art Walk, November 1, 6-9pm, and see who wins People’s Choice Award! 28657-1 All art will be voted on by the public.