A great round up of all Frankford Ave First Friday Openings from Frankford Ave Arts...check it out! (You can see the full list at FrankfordAveArts.org !)
Frankford Hall Beer Garden
The Hall is offering a special discount for First Friday Participants:
bring your handbill or show this online FF listing when ordering for a
$5 liter of Franziskaner Hefeweizen or a $6 glass of Gruner Veltliner (white wine)!
Bill Russell Studio’s Foyer Gallery
Unique Hand Painted Furniture and Fine Art - Scheduled hours are 5-8. Of course, all are welcome.
The Lola Bean
Lindsay Sparanga Series shot in La Carpio, Costa Rica. Small framed and matted 9×9 frames.
Lutheran Settlement House
First Friday Local Arts Showcase and Happy Hour! feat. beer, wine,
cider, apple donuts, and other fall goodness! All proceeds benefit
LSH’s inter-generational gardening program.
AN EVENING OF CATHARTIC PERFORMANCE
two installation artists will present outdoor structures at 1816 Frankford Avenue
Henry Bermudez, Michelle Marcuse and Douglas Bermudez (from Venezuela)
will be in the downstairs gallery. All work will remain for
presentation at POST Oct 15th and 16th.
More info about the artists: David Foss, kpannerpacker, Henry Bermudez, and Michelle Marcuse.
A visiting artist will show in this venerable coffee shop.
The works of Sara Hudak
Part Time Studios
‘Nocturne’: New Works presented by Paul Romano
6 – 10 pm
Space 2033 celebrates its 1 year anniversary of First Fridays!
Presenting Strange Ecology and The Reality of Myth, lost legends of Philadelphia:
Strange Ecology by Clinton Meister
6-11pm w/music by DJ John Schenk aka Tantrum Tonic
Ted Mosher’s colorful, almost abstract works and the work of the members of BYO Print, a Philadelphia print cooperative.
Atlantis the lost Bar
Frankford & Hagert
a night of all new works by local artist Billy Westervelt. Drink specials til 2am, including the newest WXPN Broadcast Ale on tap.
2080 E Cumberland (about 400 feet west of Frankford)
The works of O. Henrietta Fisher
This series of drawings suffered exclusion recently in Philadelphia
due to their ‘direct’ content. Incorrectly and judgmentally condemned as
pornography, O. Henrietta chanced upon the new cutting edge Gallery in
East Kensington, The Hex Factory, where Curator, David Stanley Aponte,
introduced her to owner and Hexologist, Hunter Yoder.
2311 Frankford Ave
Scrapper’s Delight with work by Kim Creighton, Jim Garvey,
Candace Karch, Distort, Vinson Houston, Scott Bickmore, & Vincent
*All events run from 6pm to 9pm unless otherwise noted