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Open Locations for First Friday, June 3rd, 2016

Standard First Friday opening hours are from 6-9pm unless otherwise noted.
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Helikon Gallery & Studios
| 3675 Wynkoop St.

First Friday Reception: June 3rd, 6-10pm for two simultaneous exhibitions:
Mythos: a group exhibition on the theme of world mythology (in the main gallery) and Something About the Ghost-Bear Sorrow-Skin: A solo show of new works by Emily Wilcox (in Gallery 101)

Wine & Whey | 3559 Larimer Street |

First Friday Reception for Artists Nicole Brindle, Joanna Whitney and Amanda Vela. Samples of Bad Wolf Red: only a couple cases ready to drink - bottles now for sale for $15 - get them while you can! Music by CalculationsOf and other local vendors with Wine Tasting, House-Made Bruschetta and cheese samples! Party kicks off at 7!  Facebook event page

STUDIOS at the BINDERY First Fridays | 2901 Blake Street, Suite 120
Featured Studios include:
Karlagirl Studios Grand Opening! Please join artist Karla Raines as she celebrates the grand opening of her studio in the Bindery on Blake. Inspired by color, composition and texture, Karla works in mixed media and acrylic. 5:30-8:30 PM Facebook event page

Calvin Lee Art Studio and Gallery
Calvin paints portraits, landscapes and Chinese calligraphy in ink, watercolor and oil. Open 6-9pm featuring new works.

Tim Mooney
Come check out my new studio at 2901 Blake Street for First Friday in June! Evocative landscapes, intriguing abstracts, and dynamic figures!

Visual Interest | 3444 Brighton Blvd | June's First Friday Reception with Visual Interest will be showcasing the works of Amanda Vela and Heidi Annalise. This wall set is sponsored by HopeKids Colorado. Percentage of sales will be donated to HopeKids! For more info come talk to them at the event or visit the website. Live DJ entertainment, Drinks and Food will be available along with Wine donated by Wine & Whey. Facebook event page.

aBuzz Gallery
| 3340 Walnut St. |
Open First Friday: June 3, 6–9pm;
Artist Talk: June 11, 3–4pm; Closing Reception: June 18, 2–4pm
Featured Artist: Anna Marie Mead 
There Are No Words: What is difficult to say in words comes through color, light, shape and movement in paint, evoking for the viewer their own feelings

Topo Designs| 2500 Larimer St. Unit 102 | On display and for sale: artwork of Hugh Caughey from Australia. Hugh spent many years in the graphic design industry and has returned to his memories, experiences of outdoor life by exploring a multitude of mediums focusing on the shapes found in nature and their relationship with modern processes. These mini art pieces are windows into the journey of shapes and lines which Hugh explores in his larger artworks.

DATELINE | 3004 Larimer St |

Dateline gallery is please to present Dateline 027, a meditation on media, representation and self. Curated by Taylor Balkissoon and featuring:
Justin James Sehorn + Jared David Paul Anderson + Joe Addison
Opening: Friday June 3rd, 7-11 PM

Fit Republic RiNo | 2605 Walnut Street |

Check out this new RiNo location! Open First Friday featuring a live demo by artist, Patrick McGirr. Patrick does amazing works in metal on canvas that age and patina over time.

Plinth Gallery | 3520 Brighton Blvd |

Our June and July 2016 exhibition at Plinth Gallery features the work of ceramic artist Megan Mitchel. “Border Drawings” opens on June 3 with a reception with the artist from 6pm-9pm.

Pattern Shop Studio | 3349 Blake St |

The Pattern Shop Studio’s summer exhibition will be Repeat Offenders: New and Old Paintings by Sharon Brown.

The show opens on First Friday, June 3rd from 6 to 9 pm.

Great Divide Brewing Company| 1812 35th Street | Join Great Divide on Friday, June 3rd for a fundraising event in honor of the non-profit organization, SheJumps. The mission of the non-profit is to increase the participation of women and girls in outdoor activities. Steph Davis, professional climber, BASE jumper, wingsuit flyer, and the author of "Learning to Fly", will be joining us for the evening to inspire and speak about her experiences as a female athlete! Great Divide will also be brewing a beer specifically in honor of the non-profit which will be poured the evening of the event. There will be a raffle which includes gear and gift certificates from outdoor related businesses! TICKETS

RedLine | 2350 Arapahoe Street |

Open First Friday, June 3rd from 6pm-9pm featuring ongoing exhibitions:
EPIC Arts Spring Exhibition
and ArtCorps Mentoring Second Annual Youth Exhibition 2016

Spinster Sisters | Backyard on Blake | 3070 Blake St. #170

Come in Friday, June 3rd - Sunday, June 19th for our Grand Opening and receive 20% off entire purchase! (Cannot be combined with any other offer, promotion, or discount. Offers, promotions and coupons can be used on entire purchase on regularly priced items only.) Store Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 10am-7pm Friday & Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-5pm

The Preservery | Backyard on Blake | 3040 Blake St. #101

Listen at The Preservery

We now have live performances scheduled three days a week!
Classical Wednesdays: co-owner Obe Ariss takes the stage to share his talents on the piano. Friday and Saturday evenings, guest performers starting at 7:30

Ice Cube Gallery | 3320 Walnut St. |

First Friday: June 3, 6 – 9 PM
Ron Gerbrandt – “Extra•ordinary”
Jesse Myers – “Gary Myers - Fronteras”
Sarah Rockett – “It Better Be Made of Gold”
Karen Roehl – “Encore!”

First Fridays @ Dry Ice Factory | 3300 Walnut St
Open studios (entrance through the Ice Cube Gallery), including:

SL Van Dam, painter/drummer
Saying goodbye to RiNo and the Dry Ice Factory at the end of June. Open for First Friday, June 3 from 6-9 pm. Some work discounted to reduce inventory and make the move easier.

RULE Gallery | 3254 Walnut St. |

How Did I Get Here, a solo show of work by Martha Hughes, will open at RULE Gallery with a public reception on June 3, from 6-8pm.

Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) | 3636 Chestnut Place

Join us June 3 from 6 - 9pm for wine, beer, and our current exhibition of stunning photographic portraits, Making Muses.

(Photo: Laughing Contest by Tristan Spinski)

Nocturne | 1330 27th Street |

Nocturne is heating things up Friday with Ritmo Jazz Latino playing music honoring the fathers of Latin jazz and Afro-cubano 7pm-11pm. Late night master of the trumpet, Greg Gisbert is on from 11:15pm-1:00am. $10/person artist fee.
Reservations recommended:

Bella Glass Studios | 3950 Wynkoop |

We will be OPEN for First Friday on June 3rd until at least 8 pm.

Bella Glass is having a special on Father's Day projects! Discounts from 10-25% will be given so stop on in and create with dad or kids!

TAXI | 3455 Ringsby Ct. |

TAXI Pool Party! 

June 3rd, 5p-8p

$5 all you can drink, DJ Simone Says, food truck

The SOURCE | 3350 Brighton Blvd |

June 3rd, 4:30p-9p (and Saturday, June 4th, 10a-3p)
Coutelier NOLA Pop-Up at the Source
Coutelier is a shop for chefs, by chefs. Visiting from New Orleans, the #sourcepopup will feature a curated selection of handforged Japanese, French, and American cutlery.


MAP: Open locations for First Friday are marked with the black bird.
(Standard First Friday opening hours are from 6-9pm unless otherwise noted.)

Additional Locations Open on First Fridays:
Eat & Drink locations (click here for more details and to check individual locations for hours)
Tracks | EXDO Event Center | 1399 35th St. | FIRST FRIDAYS