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First Friday Art Walk
January 5, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM PST
Celebrate the arts in Baker City during this art walk the first Friday of every month 5-8 p.m., with new exhibits opening and a chance to meet featured artists at galleries throughout Baker City’s downtown and at Churchill School.
Please check with individual galleries for more details about featured artists and refreshments.
Galleries that typically participate include:
See below for January 2024 First Friday highlights.
January 2024 – Crossroads Art Center, Emerging Artist Open Show
Join Crossroads Carnegie Art Center on Friday, January 5th, 2024 between 5:00-8:00pm to celebrate local artists, everyone from high school students to adult learners and all emerging artists across our region. There will be a talk by some of our crossroads teachers at 5:30 talking about their classes and anecdotes about student work. Some of the artwork will be for sale and we are expecting some fine pieces from diligent students here at Crossroads. Baker City High School is expected to have a large ceramics turnout with busts and some abstract sculptures to name a few highlights.
The wonderful Dan Brown will be playing popular music on guitar and we will have a free drawing for $25 to Pizano’s. The Crossroads sales gallery will also be open selling jewelry, 2D & 3D art, and gift cards.
Crossroads is open Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm, with the First Friday show opening continuing till 8 pm each month. For additional information please contact Angela Blair, Community Art Director at Crossroads Carnegie Art Center at email@example.com or 541-523-5369.
January 2024 – Baker Food Co-op
2008 Broadway St., Baker City, OR
Featured artist: Tina Ota
Hours of show: 4 to 7 p.m.
Serving light snacks.
January 2024 – Geiser Grand Hotel
1996 Main St., Baker City
The Geiser Grand Hotel is hosting their “First” First Friday, January 5, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Presenting featured artist, local photographer Tom Reed.
Tom Reed’s work is centered on the experience of awe at the sight of a landscape (explained in his TEDx presentation), and he hopes it leads to the consideration that nature itself is divine, sacred, and that stewardship, as opposed to the dominant utilitarian view, is the only sane attitude.
Direct any questions regarding Geiser Grand First Friday events to Brigid Musselman at 541-523-1889 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about participating galleries and featured exhibits visit the First Friday Baker City page