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Wenatchee's April Art starts with the First Fridays Arts Walk/Drive, April 4th

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The arts walk on the first Friday of the month kicks off month-long exhibitions.

Robert Graves Galleryon WVC Campus Sexton Hall, WVC off 9th St M: 8 am - Noon &  4 – 7 pm T, W, Th: 9 am - 1 pm, F: 5 – 7pm First Fridays Opening Reception 5 – 7 PM

M R McDonald is a master at finding colorful, distressed and graffitied walls as subjects for his photographs, which he prints, large scale on a variety of materials. John Barany’s turned wood vessels are collaged with M R McDonald’s photos, giving them a third dimension. 

MAC Gallery on WVC Campus New Music & Arts Center on WVC Campus 5th St. Open during building hours First Fridays Installation & Performance: 5 – 7 pm

“Conversational Stretchers, Art Performance and Generosity Project”  For First Friday art walk, artist Natalie Schmidt Dotzauer will invite the public to be a part of the art. Schmidt Dotzauer is offering a handmade print in exchange for a loaf of banana or zucchini bread. Schmidt Dotzauer hopes to encourage conversations of all shapes and sizes around the front porch meeting grounds. 

Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center 127 South Mission St. T-Sat:10 – 4 First Fridays (FREE Admissions): 10 am - 7 pm The Museum is proud to sponsor the Regional High School Art Show in cooperation with the North Central Educational Service District and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction each year. The show features works by top Art students from all over NCW and runs until April 12th. Caffè Mela 17 N. Wenatchee Ave. M - F: 7 - 4, Sat - Sun: 8 - 4, This First Fridays: Open ‘til 6 PM “Three Looks, the Photography of Tamara and Brent Rust”  In the back corner, Alice in Wonderland is the explored in Photographic Tableau/Staged Photography Style. Working with local friends who made the costumes and applied makeup; Tamara and Brent employed their lighting style to create a unique take on Alice.

Pybus Public Market 3 N. Worthen St Sun-Th:8am-9pm, F – Sat: 8am-10pm First Fridays Opening Reception 5 – 7 pm The Event Center at Pybus warmly welcomes you to their second fine art exhibit. Come see a wide variety of Wenatchee Valley’s finest artwork on display in a room that allows you to really step back.The large exhibit room allows artist participants from Art Lover’s Sunday to show their work in a very spacious setting.

Lemolo Café & Deli 114 N. Wenatchee Ave. Sun-Th:11 - 4, F-Sat:11 - 8ish First Fridays: ‘til 8-ish On the walls of Lemolo’s this month, Carol Nelson. "In my watercolors, I try to capture the rhythm of color and light as it plays on scenes around me; of animals, birds, flowers and trees, scenes I've visited, seasonal changes, every aspect of life." 

Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce    1 S. Wenatchee Ave. M – F: 9-5, Sat - Sun: 11-5 First Fridays Reception: 5  – 7 pm

What does a fairy princess, the making of chainmaille armor, dulcimer music and Shakespeare all have in common? At the Chamber, arts walk night; you’ll get a sneak peek into the Kingdom of An Tir, the WVC’s Medieval Mayhem Club and Wenatchee’s 7th Renaissance Faire. The Faire runs April 26th & 27th.

Art on the Avenues Around Wenatchee, enjoy 83 sculptures, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Flyers and walking maps at participating venues. Printable PDF of flyers at: Contact:


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