Exciting additions to May 6 Art Walk!

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Happy Anniversary 417!

First Friday Art Walk is delighted to announce some great additions to the May 6 event! 417 Magazine, will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a party at 319 W. Walnut – the northeast corner of Walnut and Campbell; plus, Central Assembly of God and Fria Frozen Yogurt are teaming up for a show by Central Assembly’s artists’ group, Bezalel, at Fria, 301 Park Central West. In all, visitors can enjoy 25 participating art venues this Friday night!
View the May 2011 Art Walk Newsletter to get details on all the shows, and a preview of the art, and View the May 2011 Art Walk Map to locate the venues you want to visit.

The 417 Magazine 10th Anniversary Party is a free celebration that  features the personal work of 417 Magazine Photographers, a decade of 417 Magazine covers, some one-of-a-kind “magazine-inspired” furniture designs from local interior designers and clothing designs by the students of Missouri State’s Fashion program. Also, enjoy music by Pearl, wine tasting from Missouri wineries and complimentary appetizers from Flame Steakhouse. The event will also raise funds for Ronald McDonald House. View more about the party on 417 Magazine’s website.

Man as a Tangent on the Eternal by Kathy Self

The show at Fria Frozen Yogurt features work by members of Bezalel, Central Assembly’s Artists’ Group. “Bezalel”  means “In the shadow and protection of God” in Hebrew, says artist Kathy Self.  “The purpose of this art group is to provide a safe place for people to create art. We meet once a month to make art together, share ideas, and encourage one another to keep stirring up the creative gifts that are truly gifts from God. Our goal is to create art for the glory God and the good of others.” Bezalel members include Ellen Baum, Barbara Cavaness, Gayle Page, Jennifer Hall, Edna Crouch, Susan Rybarczyk and Kathy Self. Click here to visit Fria on Facebook

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