BURLINGTON

First Friday Art
5-8PM
First Friday Art is a monthly, community-wide event where dozens of art venues across Burlington host openings, exhibitions, and happenings. The event is free and open to anyone. Most venues are open from 5-8PM, but some are open earlier or later. Art Map Burlington is the official guide to First Friday Art, pick up your copy around town.

First Friday Art in September coincides with the first night of the 26th Annual South End Art Hop. Opening during First Friday is a collaborative group show of Art Hop Artists at the Art’s Alive Gallery at One Main on Burlington’s Waterfront. The show show features work in acrylic, oil, photography and mixed media by Bob Arns (Mutin) (image), Ceili Seipke, Holly Hauser, Lindsay Bluto, Lorraine Manley, and MEM.

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BURLINGTON

First Friday Art
5-8PM
First Friday Art is a monthly, community-wide event where dozens of art venues across Burlington host openings, exhibitions, and happenings. The event is free and open to anyone. Most venues are open from 5-8PM, but some are open earlier or later. Art Map Burlington is the official guide to First Friday Art, pick up your copy around town.

First Friday Art in September coincides with the first night of the 26th Annual South End Art Hop. Opening during First Friday is a collaborative group show of Art Hop Artists at the Art’s Alive Gallery at One Main on Burlington’s Waterfront. The show show features work in acrylic, oil, photography and mixed media by Bob Arns (Mutin) (image), Ceili Seipke, Holly Hauser, Lindsay Bluto, Lorraine Manley, and MEM.

MONTPELIER

Art Walk
4-8PM
Downtown Montpelier showcases work by Central Vermont artists at over 20 venues. Pick up a guide book at any of the participating venues. Montpelier Alive produces the Montpelier Art Walk.

The Vermont Supreme Court Gallery presents Harry A. Rich’s “The Vermont Years, So Far…”. This collection of large-scale acrylic-on-canvas paintings in this exhibition spans the time Rich has lived in Vermont, twenty years (from 1998 to 2018), celebrating the influence of Vermont on the work of this veteran painter. (image: Busy Day in Sandgate by Harry A. Rich (50″x48″; acrylic on canvas; 2018)

The T.W. Wood Gallery presents an artist talk with Warren Kimble at 6PM in conjunction with “Warren Kimble: An Artist’s Journey”, which spans a 50-year career as a fine artist, educator and antiques collector. Also opening during Art Walk is a show by member of the Northern Vermont Artist Association in the Contemporary Hallway.

Learn more about the Art Walk and the 28 venues open for visitors at Montpelier Alive’s Art Walk