Art

Here's Your Guide to December's Third Friday in Phoenix

Saskia Jordá, Cacerolazo, 2017.
Saskia Jordá, Cacerolazo, 2017. Phoenix Art Museum

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click to enlarge See work by four artists at New City Studio. - NEW CITY STUDIO
See work by four artists at New City Studio.
New City Studio
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See murals live painted by several Phoenix-based artists at New City Studio during First Friday. The art will be on display from 6 to 10 p.m. on Third Friday. Participating artists are Laura Spalding-Best, Isaac Caruso, Jessica Palomo, and Clyde. Find details on the Facebook event page.

Group Show
See work by multiple artists exhibited at the Icehouse, which will be open from 6 to 10 p.m. on Third Friday. Get more information on the Facebook page for Joe Holdren, who organized the show.

click to enlarge See work by Danielle Hacche in Roosevelt Row. - DANIELLE HACCHE
See work by Danielle Hacche in Roosevelt Row.
Danielle Hacche
Danielle Hacche
Explore new work by Phoenix artist Danielle Hacche, whose geometric patterns and designs are influenced by early-20th-century modernist art. For pieces in this exhibition, she draws from the German Bauhaus tradition. Third Friday hours at the Roosevelt Row shipping container galleries are 6 to 10 p.m. Learn more on the Facebook exhibit page.

"Flat Rate Box"
Get a good look at Phoenix's creative side as Modified Arts presents a diverse assortment of artwork, all created with the base of a particular-size U.S. Post Office packing box. Works were submitted through a recent open call. Participating artists include Alexandra Bowers, Rembrandt Quiballo, and Katharine Leigh Simpson, to name a few. Third Friday hours are 6 to 9 p.m. Find more information on the Modified Arts website.
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Lynn Trimble is an award-winning freelance writer and photographer specializing in arts and culture, including visual and performing arts
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