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First Friday Art Walk in Ellensburg, WA

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First Friday Art Walk October 5th, 5-7pm

Join us for the First Friday Art Walk on October 5th, from 5-7pm downtown Ellensburg at participating venues.

Bookmark this page and come back the last week of each month to learn about new venues and installations coming to Ellensburg's Art Walk!

OCTOBER 2018 Venues and Exhibits:

Catalyst Co-Working- New

312 N. Pearl St
Stevena House and her show is entitled "Fatal Femmes and Gothig Art"

We will have coffee and tea!

Clymer Museum - New

416 N. Pearl St.
"How the West is Now" featuring contemporary artwork from 16 Artists.  Music will be by "Afirmation", Wine, Beer and Appetizers as usual.

Bluestone Gallery Space - New Venue
2nd and Pine
Featuring a display giant puppets and floats.

Cornerstone Pie
307 E. 5th Ave
Featuring vintage rock posters

D & M Coffee
4th & Pearl
Featuring work by local artists

Ellensburg Public Library - New

209 N Ruby St.
Rob Fraser, Photography- Rodeo 1980s

Ellensburg Rodeo Hall of Fame - New
416 N. Pearl St.
Ellensburg Rodeo Hall of Fame presents Ellensburg Rodeo Posse and Gene Miles Portrait

Edward Jones Investments - New
415 N Pearl St.
Showing art by local artists.

Gallery One Visual Arts Center - New

408 N. Pearl St.
Generations: Featuring four related artists from the Confederated Tribes of Colville Nation: Carly Feddersen, Joe Fedderesen, RYAN! Feddersen, William Passmore

Robert Harrison - Porcelain Treasures Redefined

Gard Vintners - New

311 N. Pearl St.
Art by Billy Macquire and live music featuring the Robert's. Show starts at 6pm!

Goodey Gallery / Western Art Association
416 N. Pearl St.
Featuring Hita Von Mende of Vashon and Shirley Hackett of Ellensburg.

Grapes and Crepes
115 E 4th Ave
Displaying local art

Kittitas County Historical Museum - New
114 East Third Avenue
"Fears and Phobias"

Monster Melts & Craven's Coffee - New
107 W 3rd Ave
Showing art by Andrea Terry

Sarah Spurgeon Gallery - New
Randall Hall, room 117

All Power: Visual Legacies of the Black Panther Party, a photography exhibition organized by the Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle. The exhibit provides a historical perspective on the Black Panther Party movement, and explores how similar social injustices are being addressed today, through photographic works by eighteen contemporary black artists.

The Porch- New
608 N Main St.
Hosting works by Stevena House

Three Winds Artisan Collective - New

309 N Pearl St.
Kennedy Crabtree of Knots&Wood, macrame artist from Ellensburg, Wa

Youth Services of Kitties County  - New

213 W 3rd Ave
Kittitas Secondary school excitedly launches this school year's first trimester's artworks.

420 Gallery - New

420 N Pearl St.
Femme Locale one more week-end.  What a better way to celebrate local women artists than to meet and greet local women running for political office at the same event? Come meet Dr. Kim Shrier candidate for US Congress and Sylvia Hammond running for State Representative. Reception First Friday Oct 5th from 5-7pm. Light refreshments served.

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