EVENT LISTING FOR JULY 13, 2018
GALLERIES, SHOPS, STUDIOS & MORE:
A Small Vintage Affair (219 W. Main) will be open until 9 p.m. Various vendors will be set up outside, so stop by to check them out!
Adam and Eve Norman (218 E. Main) will be doing product demos of our Fun Factory line and also a Wicked Lube table where guests can come have some fun taste testing and mixing different flavored lubes. We are also offering 20% any bottle of Wicked Lube with the purchase of a Fun Factory product for the night!
Artifactory (313 E. Main) is in full swing celebrating Summer! They will serve root beer floats and bubbles for these hot summer nights! Also, Lindsey will be there featuring her BeautyCounter products!
Bigfoot Creative (315 E. Main) will showcase work from Norman artist Darci Lenker.
The Depot Gallery (200 S. Jones) will feature local artist, Tim Kenney. He is noted for his thick textured and colorful paintings. A Burst of Color, an exhibit of Kenney’s work, will open with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. in conjunction with Norman’s 2nd Friday Art Walk. The exhibit continues through September 1. Music for the evening will be provided by Miss Brown to You beginning at 7 p.m.
D.M. Wealth Management (201 E. Main) features the work of artist Douglas Gordon, along with live music from Frank Lawrence out front!
Gallery 123 (123 E. Main) wants you to “Come UP” to Gallery 123 Art Gallery above Syrup! They are a cooperative gallery showcasing the work of 11 Norman artists including paintings, metal and stone sculpture, jewelry, felt, photography, and glass.
Gray Owl Coffee (223 E. Gray) features work from photographer Joshua Maxey.
GreenLove Wellness Center (112 W. Main) hosts singer-songwriter Isaac Stalling, along with art by Justin Hogan.
Main Street Event Center (300 E. Main) will participate in Art Walk and will showcase a featured artist.
MAINSITE Contemporary Art: Home of the Norman Arts Council (122 E. Main) hosts a closing reception for two solo exhibitions from Oklahoma City collage artist Marissa Raglin and Norman oil painter J. Chris Johnson. Photographer John Schaefer will have images gathered from the off-the-beaten-path trek he took across southeast Asia on display in The Library Gallery.
Sandalwood & Sage (322 E. Main) will feature guest artist Annie Terrill for the July Art Walk. Drawing since she was old enough to hold a pencil, Annie studied drafting at OSU Tech after her son was born. Later, she tried her hand at Figure Drawing at OCU then on to various Workshops as her art continued to evolve over the years. Her works of Acrylic on Canvas feature a range from Realism to the Abstract. Annie claims, “I have a split personality paintbrush, and I never know what will happen until it takes off.” Annie’s works will be on exhibit at Sandalwood & Sage through August 4.
The Social Club (209 E. Main) will have Aditi Panchal as their artist, a graphic designer, hand lettering artist and owner of Aditi Panchal Designs. She creates unique designs for brands, products and people. Aditi also hosts hand lettering workshops in Oklahoma City and Norman. She is passionate about helping local businesses and non-profits craft brands that sounds out. They will also serve drinks and treats like usual!
The Space (317 E. Main) switches gears and dedicates their monthly Makers Market to mini-Entrepreneurs from local communities to showcase and sell their unique handmade items. They'll be hosting the awesome kid creators from The Sewcial Club's Kids Creative Market show held earlier this spring and have room for new creative kids from Norman to join in the fun! Be sure to stop by to support these talented youngsters as they pursue their entrepreneural dreams! For details on becoming a maker at the Kids Makers Market @ The Space, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
STASH (412 E. Main) hosts “EDO Block Party” to benefit improvements to the 400 Block of E Main Street in Downtown Norman. Locals are invited to help fill in a paint-by-numbers style mural inspired by the Oklahoma black swallowtail, Indian paintbrush, and other Oklahoma native floral and fauna. The mural is a collaborative project of oil and clay art studio. Family-friendly festival vibes will flow with back yard games, team beer pong, and more. Locals can enjoy snow cones, food trucks and fun DJ music throughout the evening.Come hungry; The Loaded Bowl, Holey Rollers and Crepes & Tater Cakes and Midway Deli return! The Brewhouse will join the part serving their cold original craft beers. Featured artist, Betsy Sieck is inspired by sunsets, insects, patterns and plants. Her work will be on display through Aug. 9th. Be sure to enjoy the fun 6-9:30 pm!
Studio Ink (220 E. Main) will host Kelley Queen, with musical guest rapper Shawn Reidy! Plus, food.
Whispering Willows Art Gallery (226 E. Main) will have guest artist Cheri Wollengberg and one of their Willows Artists, Irmgard Geul, as well as artworks by the artists whose work that Whispering Willows Art Gallery handles. They will also have a book signing by artist/author Mongo Allen, Native American flute music and will have refreshments.
I Don’t Know & I Don’t Care, The Healthy Hippo, Let’s Do Greek, That Pie Place, Pop’s Pockets, Dircks Concession, Smoke & Oak and Snow Smore will all be at the 2nd Friday Food Truck Park located near The Depot (200 S. Jones) on the corner of Main and Jones.
TOLY Food Truck Park (223 W. Main) invites you to join them for a selection of food trucks serving up delicious food with lawn games and more for the whole family (and pups, too) to enjoy! They'll also host a drive for Hands Helping Paws.