EVENT LISTING FOR FEBRUARY 9, 2018
Adam and Eve (218 E. Main) will have live music by Amber Web & be giving a free gift with purchases of $75 or more during Art Walk.
Anti Gravity Dance & Fitness (102 S. Crawford) will be doing outside aerial silks and hoop performances, as well as providing treats courtesy of The Whip Bakery. They will also be offering discounts on classes at this event!
Artifactory (313 E. Main) would like you to come out and join them as they celebrate their 3rd Anniversary during Artwalk! There will be lots of fun, festive treats and giveaways to honor the occasion!
Ashtanga Yoga Studio and Third Eye Gallery (120 E. Tonhawa) is featuring Aquatic Om by Tiffany Nachelle Edwards.
Bigfoot Creative (315 E. Main) will be showing work from artist Annie Terrill, an artist with a broad portfolio encompassing many elements and styles. They’ll also host their monthly $5 Artwal “Pick a Shirt Pick a Print” design & “Buy two regular priced items & get a free $5 bin shirt.” Join them for a Valentine’s Day celebration!
D.M. Wealth Management (201 E. Main) will host Jan Greenfield. Photography is her passion, as it soothing to her, allows her to create and express herself more-so than anything else she does. She loves the story that photography tells & she loves to share that story with others. They will also have musical guest Frank Lawrence.
The Depot Gallery (200 S. Jones) hosts a second reception for As I See It, the paintings of Steve Hicks, from 6 to 9 p.m. in association with 2nd Friday Art Walk. The reception will also feature live music by Nuclear Okra from 7 to 9 p.m. There is no admission charge.
Earth Rebirth (325 E Comanche) will be hosting their last Art Walk Band Together event during the February Art Walk. They will have music, plant sales, concessions, membership signups, and a sneak peak of their secret project to come this spring.
Gallery 123 (123 E. Main, above Guestroom Records and Abner Ale House) will have beautiful art works for sale including metal and stone sculptures, paintings, glass, photography, jewelry and fiber arts. They also support up and coming artists. This month, Brittany Benson will exhibit her work.
Gray Owl Coffee (223 E. Gray) will be showing the work of local photographer Sarah Warmker.
Main Street Event Center (300 E. Main) will feature Native American Art from the Jacobson Foundation. A musical artist will also be featured.
MAINSITE Contemporary Art: Home of the Norman Arts Council (122 E. Main) opens with a new exhibition Landscapes Over Coffee, featuring the work of Colorado-based husband-and-wife artists Haze and Jana Diedrich. Ander Cardinale will also be showcasing his Hunkys figurines in the Library Gallery.
OU Fine Arts Library (500 W. Boyd) will be opening an exhibit by John Harris and Eyakem Gulilat — Women’s Advocacy Network Photovoice Project — from 5 to 7 p.m. In January 2017, 13 Ugandan women, all formerly abducted by the rebel group the Lord’s Resistance Army and forced to be soldiers and wives to rebel commanders, worked with faculty and students from the University of Oklahoma to conduct a Photovoice project. Photovoice is a method that combines the power of photography with critical group reflection to interrogate everyday aspects of life. The goals of both the project and this exhibit are twofold. First, the photographs are meant to teach the viewer about the participants’ lives, their concerns, and their desires for change. Second, the project is intended as an opportunity for the participants to reflect on their priorities and desires for improving conditions for women in post-conflict northern Uganda.
Resonator Institute (1010 N. University) hosts a closing exhibition for the solo show of Garrett Young called Temperance. Young — inspired by comics and narrative-based works — showcases a wide array of media in this solo exhibition.
Robinson’s Repurposed (114 S. Porter) will be joining in on the festivities with a variety of eclectic and super cool art works.
Rusty’s Custard Factory (301 E. Main) will have live music and the return of Strawberry Custard.
Sandalwood & Sage (322 E. Main) will host their 9th annual "Art Rock.” Returning from their annual trek to the Gem & Mineral shows out west, they will showcase the beauties that only Mother Nature can create. They’ll also be featuring "Violins and Valentine's" not to mention a few heart shaped rocks. They invite you to join special musical guest Norman Classic Strings playing "Romantic Violin Duets" from 7 - 9 during Art Walk. And if you missed it, there's still a chance to catch the current installation of the Norman North Art Club continuing through the February Art Walk.
The Social Club (209 E. Main) will be hosting their Community Heart Installation from 6 through 10 p.m. In a time where we are all overstimulated (with social media, images, and just life in general) they wanted to encourage people to take a moment to slow down and appreciate the people around them, the people that make all the craziness work it.
STASH (412 E. Main) hosts Flower Power Market featuring new and favorite vendors selling hand-crafted and vintage items. Come hungry; Midway Deli, Holey Rollers and Crepes & Tater Cakes return to EDO for our February Art Walk. The Brewhouse will serve their original craft beers. The featured artist, Isaac Diaz, aims to bring awareness and appreciation for all indigenous peoples across the Americas. Be sure to swing by the 400 East block of Main Street for makers, food, art and fun! 6-9:30 pm.
Studio Ink (220 E. Main) is featuring Kody Haskins this month for an eclectic Art Walk at Studio Ink! They will have live drawings by 3 local artists and performances by all your favorite resident rap musicians!
Whispering Willows Art Gallery (226 E. Main) will have exhibits by Bill Boettcher, sculptor; Ashley Andexler, photographer; and Irmgard Geul, abstract artist.